Always read the assignment instructions before formatting your paper - there may be additional requirements from the course/instructor.
The title page should include:
All this information should be centered and double spaced, as shown below:
Note that there should be no page number on the title page - you can select "Different First Page" when formatting page numbers in Word to make sure the page numbers start on the following page.
Sample title page created by Claire Pienaar, 2021.
Longer assignments in Chicago style can often use headings to help organize the paper. Always check with your instructor or guidelines to see if headings are expected for your assignment.
If you are expected to use headings, Chicago does give you some freedom in how you format them. Here are some suggestions:
Note that the heading on this page says "Bibliography," centered on the page and in normal font.
Photo: Chicago Bibliography Sample from Lumen Learning (n.d.). Retrieved April 19, 2021, from https://courses.lumenlearning.com/boundless-writing/chapter/chicagoturabian-citations-and-references-notes-and-bibliography-nb-system/
Note that the list is also formatted with a hanging indent. Watch the video below to learn how to create a hanging indent:
How to Create Hanging Indents in Microsoft Word
Sterling Miller, "Create Hanging Indents in Microsoft Word," YouTube, August 25, 2015, video, 1:35, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEcpi98IEns.
The video above is from:
Excel, Word, and PowerPoint Tutorials from Howtech. How to Insert Footnote in Word. YouTube, May 5, 2013. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9_dw_CxG6w.