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  • User Guide EasyBib School Edition
  • Create Projects to Organize Assignments Each project is comprised of three areas: Bibliography, Notebook and Paper. To start an assignment, you must first create a project. • Click New Project. • Name your project and choose the citation style for your bibliography. • Click Create.
  • Manage Student Projects with Folders Project folders allow you to organize your own projects and those shared with you by students. • Click New Folder. • Name your folder and choose the level of permissions. • Private folders are for organizing your own work, other users can’t save to them. • Public folders allow students to save work into them. • Click Create!
  • Sharing projects to a Specific Folder Project folders allow you to organize your own projects and those shared with you by students. • Click Share for designated project. • Enter the e-mail of the user you want to share with. • Select the correct permissions. • Select the folder from the available list for that user. • Click Share! You can also drag projects directly into folders, using the icon below the star next to the project name.