EasyBib EDU is Here and Free for for Schools

It’s finally arrived, and we can’t hold it in anymore! We’re very excited to announce the release of EasyBib EDU, a powerful resource for schools that helps students conduct effective, ethical research and accurately cite their sources. Best of all, it’s absolutely FREE! EasyBib EDU combines our-well loved citation features with tools specifically designed to …

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How to Cite Newspaper in MLA 8

Newspapers are daily or weekly publications that contain news; often featuring articles on political events, crime, business, art, entertainment, society, and sports. Some examples of popular newspapers include The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and The Chicago Tribune. Citations include other components, depending on the medium (print or database), so check to …

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How to Cite a Journal Article in an Online Database in MLA 8

A journal is a periodical published by a special group or professional organization, often focused around a particular area of study or interest. Journals can be scholarly in nature (featuring peer-reviewed articles), or popular (such as trade publications). Journal articles are generally written by professionals and experts, thus making the content of journals excellent for …

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How to Cite a Book in MLA 8

Books are written works or compositions that have been published. They are no longer restricted to paper and have evolved into the online realm. Below, we give examples of citing a book in print, an e-book, and via an e-book device, all in MLA 8. How to Cite a Book in Print in MLA 8 …

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How to Cite a Newspaper in APA

Newspaper: A daily or weekly publication that contains news; often featuring articles on political events, crime, business, art, entertainment, society, and sports. How to cite a newspaper in print Structure: Author, F.M. (Year, Month Date of Publication). Article Title. Newspaper Title, pp. xx-xx. Note: If the article is printed on discontinuous pages, list all of the …

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The Press LOVE EasyBib

For any press-related questions, please email Danny Chan at: press (at) imagineeasy dot com. Stellar Databases: SLJ Readers’ Favorites and Other Essential Electronic Resources The Digital Shift – 4/10/14 by Elizabeth Michaelson “In the survey that drove Lauren Barack’s recent “Device and Conquer” article for SLJ (ow.ly/utWO2), librarians mentioned EasyBib as one of their favorite tools.” …

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A. Finding Sources

SUMMARY Find credible sources using tools that are designed to find the types of sources you need. LINKS EBSCO JSTOR Google Scholar Microsoft Academic Search Google Books Google Bing Sweet Search ipl2 PubMed GoPubMed Medline Plus JURN NBER National Criminal Justice Reference Services OAIster Refseek PhilPapers Science.gov Scirus DOAJ US Census Bureau CIA World Factbook …

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C. Preliminary Research

SUMMARY: Determine what kinds of sources you’ll need. Determine how you will find those sources. Get a sense for how much information is out there on your topic. A bit of preliminary research will help you plan out, draft, and ultimately write your paper. First, determine what kinds of sources you’ll need for your paper. …

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