The Chicago Manual of Style is the citation style your professor requests you to use. It is available online and in the Research Hub, Room 224, Call Number: Z 253 .U69.
Use the Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide for more samples of different format types (chapters in books, electronic journals,etc.) when using footnotes and bibliographies.
Author/Database producer of Site. "Title of Web Page." Title or Database producer/owner of Web site [database online] (add this if there is no other way of telling it is a website). URL (accessed date).
Example: Gevorgyan, Lilit, and Sipilä, Venla. "Country Report: Azerbaijan." IHS Global Insight [database online]. (accessed October 15, 2010).
If you are using RefWorks, be sure to use Chicago 16th edition to get the "" around the title and to have your proper nouns captialized!
Include the url if it has a stable url or is freely accessible on the Internet
Example: Shah, Anup. "Causes of Poverty." Global Issues That Affect Everyone. http://www.globalissues.org/TradeRelated/Poverty.asp (accessed March 18, 2008).
Zotero is a free, simple plug-in (for Firefox) or a standalone program (with browser extensions to Google Chrome and Safari) that collects, stores and organizes references for books, journal articles, websites and other materials that you've collected and then automatically converts those references into a properly formatted bibliography. It is fairly easy to use, reliable, and well-documented. Zotero can:
Alongside tracking literature citations, Zotero stores downloaded or links to Acrobat pdf files or any other types of files on your computer.