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Easybib instructions


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Easybib instructions

  1. 1. An Easier Way to Create a Bibliography! EasyBib is an online tool that makes research, note taking, and creating a works cited page very simple. EasyBib has both free and reasonably priced premium accounts available.
  2. 2. 1 2 After you create your account click here to login 4 Type your email and password in these boxes to login Click here to create your account 3 You can also sign in using one of these accounts.
  3. 3. 1 Click on research tab to begin your search 2 Type a topic in the search box 3 Click on search
  4. 4. 1 These are your search results. To choose one just click on the link and it will take you to the web page 2 If this is a source you would like to use just click “Cite It” to do so.
  5. 5. 1 Click on Notes & Outline to choose this option. In order to use Notes & Outline you must have a premium account. It seems to be a nice addition. It is a digital version of the research note cards we use to do in HS English. 4 2 3 Click on all projects to find a project you have started. Click on new folder to edit your e-note cards. Click on New project to start a research project. Click on Upload citation to add a citation to a e-note card.
  6. 6. 2 1 Click on Bibliography to cite a source. 3 To begin creating your citations choose from one of the tabs above: website, book, newspaper, journal, or database. Choose See my projects to edit a work cited page. Choose Start a new project to begin a new page 4 MLA is free. APA and Chicago/Turabian are part of the EasyBib Pro package.
  7. 7. 1 Click on All 59 options to access more source options. Some of these include music, video, digital image, or brochure.
  8. 8. EasyBib will look up sources for you. To choose from a list of books just add the ISBN number in the search bar and click cite this. Or you can enter your information manually. 1 To cite a book click on the book tab below. 2 Type in the ISBN number to look up a book. EasyBib gives you a list of books to choose from.
  9. 9. EasyBib will give you a list of books to choose from. Some of these are the same book. Choose the one with the most complete information. 1 Choose the book you used as your source. To do this click on Select in the blue box
  10. 10. 1 This page will appear. You will edit your information and add any items that are missing from the citations. 2 Then Click Citations on the bottom of the menu
  11. 11. 1 This is your most recent citation in MLA. 2 This is a list of all the citations you have created for this session.
  12. 12. 2 You can also add your information into the boxes by clicking on Manual entry. 1 Click on Journal or the tab that matches the source you will be citing.
  13. 13. 1 Type the required information in the windows provided. 2 Click Add another contributor to add more authors for your journal article 3 Once you have filled in the required windows click on Create Citation.
  14. 14. Once you have added all of your sources there are several options for the final works cited page. Option 1 is Sharing. Option 2 Export or Print 1 Click on Sharing to get a drop down menu of sharing options 2 This option allows you to email your works cited, invite others, or share as a link.
  15. 15. 1 Click on the other option Export or Print 2 You can print as a word document, save to your Google docs or SkyDrive. Email the bibliography or copy and paste into another document.
  16. 16. Completed Work Cited Example Your final work cited page will look like the example below. I like to export mine to a word document. Then I can copy and paste the information into the format I am working with at the time. Works Cited Fainaru-Wada, Mark, and Steve Fainaru. League of Denial: The NFL, Concussion, and the Battle for Truth. New York: Crown Pub, 2013. Print. "League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis." PBS. PBS, 8 Oct. 2013. Web. 25 Oct. 2013. Mrazik, Martin, PhD, Constance Lebrun, and Joan M. White, PhD. "Does an Individual's Fitness Level Affect Baseline Concussion Symptoms?" Journal of Athletic Training 48.5 (2013): 654-57. Print. Olson, Eric. "New Nebraska Research Center to Study Concussions." College Football. Associate Press, 4 July 2013. Web. 18 Nov. 2013.