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Highlights of School Edition include:
- Website Evaluation — Shows student what factors to consider when examining a website’s credibility.
- Learn Cite Tool — Pops up to the right of an input box in a citation form. Provides targeted help.
- Analyze Feature – Examines the quality of a bibliography and helps students improve their score(s).
- Research Tab – Helps students explore and narrow down a research topic.
- Notebook — Digital note-taking in a user-intuitive space.
- Sharing Function – Collaborate with others, or allow a teacher to comment on a student’s bibliography.
- Importing Citations From Databases – Students now have an easy way to add citations from various databases to their EasyBib bibliographies.
- Source Guides — Click “help” on a citation form for source definitions, examples, and direct links to forms.
- Educator & Student Guides – Lesson plans that tie to Common Core Standards, and printable guides that compliment your classes.
- Administrative Features – See School Analytics to monitor a student’s usage of EasyBib or use Student Search to check in a student’s account or reset their password. This feature can be enabled for your account upon request
Additional Downloads and Resources
- Flyers & Handouts
- Stickers and Logos
- Presentation walking through School Edition
- Knowledge Base
- An Introduction to Information Literacy – Quick Glance
- An Introduction to Information Literacy – Full Handout
- EasyBib: Common Core Feature Alignment
- School Edition Flyer
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Once you have created a premium account click the "All 58 options tab" and click "Upload citations." Here you can import citations, as well as find links on how to do this. You can see examples here.
Our students cite a lot of journal articles, but sometimes EasyBib does not pull up the journal information. Why?While we support autociting for many journal titles, our dataset isn't comprehensive. We are working with more and more databases to include a larger library of journal articles and other sources. If your article does not appear, you can manually enter the information, or if the database supports citation export, you can export the citation data as a bibtex or endnote file and then upload it into EasyBib.
Is there an export option on EasyBib for Google docs?You can export a full formatted bibliography to Google docs by clicking on the "Save as Google docs" button on the bibliography view page.