Easy Bib School Edition
Why should students upgrade?
If you are planning on having students use EasyBib soon to cite sources for a project, feel free to print the instructions off or display them using your projector. I'd be more than happy to walk your students through this as well, either in your classroom or in the library.
Some of the benefits of the school edition are:
- options beyond MLA (including APA)
- students can create folders and invite other students to contribute as well (great for group projects)
- MRHS homepage with links to databases, the library catalog, Creative Commons search, turnitin.com, and more (see below)
Even more benefits...
Students can analyze their finished bibliographies.
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EasyBib Notebook: digital note cards, Cornell note-taking, project outlining
(video introduction below)
Want more information?
The program consists of three self-paced courses. It only about an hour for all three courses.
- Course One: Video tutorials and practice exercises on all of EasyBib’s major features.
- Course Two: Reviews the best practices for using EasyBib in the classroom. Shares real-life examples of it being used to teach 21st century information literacy skills and practice Common Core ELA Reading and Writing Skills.
- Course Three: All about communicating the value of EasyBib and promoting its usage to colleagues and students.
Want more help? User Guides and more tutorials can be found here
And, if you do want to use this with your class, that's part of what I love to do. Let me know, and I'll be there to help and co-teach right alongside you!