Finding Sources – 1

Lesson Overview In this lesson, you will learn:   The differences among library OPACs/catalogs, databases and search engines How they work When to use them   OPAC/Library Catalog: Definition One place you can start is your library’s OPAC. This stands for:     Online   Public   Access   Catalog […]

JSTOR EasyBib Citation Export

Announcing Our EasyBib Citation Export for JSTOR

We’re proud to announce a new integration with JSTOR, one of the most well-known, online libraries of academic journals, books, and primary sources. With over 8,000 subscribing institutions, and close to 2,000 full-text journals found in their database, JSTOR is widely used by researchers, scholars, and students. The new EasyBib citation […]

How to Cite a Database in MLA 8

Databases are structured, electronic collections that may contain full-text articles, abstracts, data, and citations. Databases are wonderful sources to use for research purposes as their content often contains scholarly articles and information that is peer-edited and reviewed. Some popular databases include ProQuest, EbscoHost, Gale, and LexisNexis. These and many other […]

EasyBib in the News

For any press-related questions, please email Wendy Ikemoto at: wikemoto (at) chegg dot com.     New Google Docs Workflow Streamlines Collaboration for College Students Oct. 2017 / EdTech: Focus on Higher Education “Now, students and educators can use new customizable templates to make it even easier to use the Google tools for […]

MLA Format: The Complete MLA Citation Guide

Overview of MLA 8 Format The 8th edition of MLA format provides researchers with guidance on how to document the use of others’ work responsibly. Published in April 2016, the new handbook illustrates examples of citations made in the revised style, and explains how to create two types of citations: […]