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Making citation easy. Cite and store books or journal references. Add books automatically from amazon book pages. Cite books, journals and sites with this handy little extension. Leave a message if you found it useful or if there are any more features you'd like to see. FEATURES * Cite books, journals and websites (More to come). * Automatically formats references to the correct style. * Have the references stored in your browser. * Automatically retrieve and store references from any book page.

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7 Great Bibliography and Citation Tools for Students 1- Bibme This is the fully automatic bibliography maker that auto-fills. It is the easiest way to build a works cited page. The Librarian Favorites/Publishing Tools Collection by La Gina Gross edshelf Librarian Favorites/Publishing Tools Curated by La Gina Gross Self-Publishing sites Share: 7 followers Bibus From Bibus Bibus Bibliographic software Summary on Bibus is a bibliographic and reference management software. As with other such tools, Bibus allows one to search, edit, and sort bibliographic records. Download the Microsoft Word add-on - Cite This For Me Download the Microsoft Word add-on Seamlessly import your citations and bibliographies into your assignment Using the Microsoft Word add-on you can import the in-text citations and formatted bibliographies that you create on the website directly into your essay or assignment. It's super easy, and super awesome! Note: a Cite This For Me account is required to use the Microsoft Word add-on.

Research and Citation If you are having trouble locating a specific resource please visit the search page or the Site Map. Conducting Research These OWL resources will help you conduct research using primary source methods, such as interviews and observations, and secondary source methods, such as books, journals, and the Internet. The Ultimate List of Educational Websites March 28, 2014 How about having all the best educational websites compiled in one visually appealing graphic to keep with you wherever you go? This fantastic work I came across in Imgur outlines a list of some useful websites that you should know about. These websites are organized into a variety of categories such as : Language and learning, programming, music, documentaries, random knowledge, math, life hack and many more.Unfortunately the website addresses are not hyperlinked and as such you will have to type them in Google to access them.

Colwiz Search easily, find relevant articles Find relevant articles quickly amongst millions on colwiz, PubMed, IEEE, ScienceDirect, World Cat and many more. Import PDFs and references on web, desktop and mobile devices. Never worry about duplicating articles, colwiz keeps an eye on it. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: An Interesting Visual on How to Cite Online Sources in APA Style February 14, 2017 Following the publication of our MLA poster, we have received several requests from our readers asking for a similar poster for APA style. We went ahead and created the visual below to help you better understand how to cite online sources in APA style. The guidelines and examples featured in this visual are taken from the book Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association 6th Edition (American Psychological Association, 2010, pp. 200-210). The book provides guidelines on how to cite several other materials from printed documents to legal and court documents. It also includes chapters on writing clearly and concisely, mechanics of style, manuscript structure and content, crediting sources and many more. It is absolutely a great manual to have in your library.

50 Apps for the Foreign Language Classroom I enjoy discussing iPad and other edtech resources with my colleague and friend Sylvia Duckworth almost every week through Twitter. Sylvia is a leader in the French teaching community in Canada, and has created an enormous amount of resources for language teachers to use. I asked her if she wanted to collaborate on this post, and she quickly agreed to do so. Why Citations Matter: A Lesson in Preventing “Alternative Facts” - EasyBib Blog Today, teachers and students alike are inundated with headlines and breaking news stories. We read them in newspapers, on tablets and phones, and consume them live on television. But in a world where “fake news” and “alternative facts” threaten to cloak actual truth, educators everywhere have been presented an incredible teaching opportunity. There has never been a better time than the present to discuss with students of any subject area or grade level the importance of citing reliable sources in research projects. Here are the ways accurate citations can help your students achieve academic success, and how you can answer the dreaded question, “why should I cite my sources?”

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