EasyBib to Support Direct Citations from ProQuest

ProQuest is one of the most popular database providers amongst EasyBib users based on feedback collected from our subscribers. Due to high demand, we’ve been working closely to integrate our citation services with their databases. In the past, we’ve introduced ProQuest’s direct export to EasyBib function. Today, we’re proud to announce a new feature for …

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EasyBib and ProQuest integrate “Export to EasyBib” option

EasyBib and ProQuest have joined forces and are officially offering an “export to EasyBib” option on ProQuest to make students’ and educators’ lives easier when it comes to generating citations. The “export to EasyBib” option allows users to accurately generate citations while strengthening information literacy skills. In just a few clicks, a user can have a citation ready …

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National Library Week 2014 Freebies!

National Library Week is April 13-19 and to help celebrate the week, many companies are providing free access to their databases! Here’s a listing of the free resources available to you during the week:     ProQuest is providing free access from April 10-16 to ProQuest Research Companion, ebrary’s Public Library Complete (which has over …

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Citing Made Easy From Databases and Websites

Students don’t always like using databases. How do we know that? Of the top sources cited on EasyBib only one of them is actually a database (it’s JSTOR if you were curious) and the rest were all websites, including sites with user-generated content like Wikipedia and Answers.com. We can’t force students to use sources found …

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Video Tutorials: Third-Party Integrations and Database Importing

Here are the videos related to our Third-Party Integrations and how to export from EasyBib's Mobile App: Importing Citations from ProQuest Importing Citations from eLibrary Importing Citations from SIRS EasyBib Add-On for Google Docs How to install Google Apps for education Importing from JSTOR Importing from EBSCO Importing from Gale Exporting ABC-CLIO How to export ...

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“Export to EasyBib” option added to SIRS

We’re excited to announce that SIRS databases, including SIRS Issues Researcher, SIRS Government Reporter and SIRS Renaissance, have added an “Export to EasyBib” functionality. A user can now export any information they find directly to EasyBib with a few clicks!   Take a look at our most recent integrations: EasyBib and InstaGrok integration EasyBib and Merriam-Webster integration EasyBib …

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3 Biggest Myths About EasyBib

As an Outreach Associate, I speak with librarians all the time — that means I am aware of the reasons you don’t want to try EasyBib, especially the ones you don’t want to tell me upfront. So I wanted to take a moment to talk about some of the most common myths I encounter Myth #1: …

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EasyBib is now Integrated with Gale

We know how much you all love EasyBib—it turns out Gale likes us too! That’s why we’d like to announce a new citation feature on the Gale databases that allow you to directly cite something to EasyBib from Gale’s website. Gale, owned by Cengage Learning, is one of the most respected collection of databases, especially …

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EasyBib integration with Merriam-Webster

More good news from EasyBib! Merriam-Webster has incorporated the EasyBib citation API into their website – so now you can cite definitions straight from Merriam-Webster! This is great news, since Merriam-Webster is one of the most respected dictionaries of the English lexicon. To cite a definition from Merriam-Webster, just press the “Cite!” button to see …

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