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What’s the number one way to get students excited, motivated and enthusiastic about learning? Create activities and lessons that correlate with their interests! Here are some fun and innovative alternatives to traditional book reports.
Eli Rothschild, Texas School and Library Representative, will be at the Texas Library Association Conference from April 8 – 11. Visit him at booth #1332 if you have any questions, comments or feedback related EasyBib or ResearchReady. We’ll be giving away some free stickers and bookmarks and you’ll have a chance to win a free subscription EasyBib!
Stop by booth #1332 and say hello!Read More
We had such an exciting PD session yesterday! Naomi Bates brought so much energy to the session, and formed a connection between her and the participants throughout her presentation. As one of our participants put it, she really kept them on their toes!
Naomi highlighted a lesson she uses with her students to teach digital and information literacy skills.
See all of Naomi’s creative ideas in our recording of Getting Digi With It:
Teaching students the nitty gritty details of citations is time-consuming. Naturally, we here at EasyBib think your time can be better spent in the classroom than explaining where a period goes and whether something should be italicized or underlined.
The newest addition to our Free Resources Page is our Chicago Citation Series, which will provide valuable information for students when creating bibliographies formatted according to The Chicago Manual of Style.
When you sign up, you’ll receive three e-books:
Explains the fundamentals of Chicago style formatting, including:
Provides visual explanations of citing common sources in print and digital formats, including:
Provides visual explanations of citing audio/visual and online sources, including:
Sign up to start receiving your Chicago e-books today!Read More