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7 Great Bibliography and Citation Tools for Students Yesterday while we were working on the post entitled 5 Great Learning Tools for students and as we reviewed EasyBib, we decided to include here a post that would feature a list of some important bibliography and citation tools. As teachers and educators, you know how hard students struggle to properly use a quote, citation, or list bibliography items. This is even more serious when it comes to writing formal research papers. The tools included below are among the best web services you can find online to help with the integration of bibliography and citations into documents. Harvard Reference Generator Tool: Harvard/APA Referencing created for essays, reports and dissertations About This Tool If you're a student and have ever had to write Reports, Essays or Theses, you will have had to reference what you have used in your report. If you mention something that someone else has written, you need to give them credit by referencing them.
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