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© Ugur Akinci
EasyBIB is a great online bibliography tool that comes in both free and paid versions.
It is versatile, comprehensive, and comes with productivity features that I’m sure all students, scholars, and writers would appreciate.
You can start by searching to a citation for a web site, book, newspaper, journal, or database.
If that’s not enough, you can see all 58 source options available and go for one:
We are rewarded by three references to Steinbeck’s classic novel:
Select any you like and you’ll be taken to a detailed editing page where you can add other details manually and give its final form to your bibliographical reference:
Then you click Create Citation and here you are:
At this point you can do three things with your citation:
- Print as Word Doc.
- Save as Google Doc.
- Save on EasyBIB for using it later on.
It’s a marvelous productivity tool that I know I’ll be using in the future whenever I write something that requires a bibliography.