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Online citation managers are an easy way to cite properly and track of all of your sources when do research. Students can use many different online citation tools: EasyBib, Bibme, Citation Machine, Endnote, Zotero and Noodletools. Students can import citations directly from databases that can automatically integrated into your research paper and works cited page (bibliography). If using the Gale databases such as Gale Global Issues, just click on CITATION TOOLS on the right side of the page. Choose the formation for your citation (MLA 8, APA, Chicago). Select EXPORT to Google Drive, Noodletools etc. Then your citation will be exported to one of these other tools. This same process works with the INFOHIO EBSCO databases too.
Resources from BMHS Library
Easywriter - A High School Reference by
Call Number: 808 LUN
Publication Date: 2009-12-08
All writers make choices -- and better choices get better results. EasyWriter: A High School Reference offers essential help with grammar, mechanics, and documentation, then goes beyond the basics with Andrea Lunsford's trademark attention to critical thinking, argument, and language choices. This special high school edition features a hard cover to stand the test of time, plus new sections on topics crucial to high school success -- all in a book that's easy to use, easy to carry, and easy to afford.
Where can I locate online citation generators?
How do I import a citation from Gale into Noodletools?