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Bibme Review

January 9, 2012 by

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The citation machine Bibme is better then other similar citation sites in how it gets its information. Instead of requiring everything to be added by hand, it can automatically fill data in. That means by simply entering a identifier (URL, title, author), most of the data is already there, ready to go. It can also […]

EasyBib

January 3, 2012 by

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I used EasyBib as my bibliographic tool. It is a really cool tool because you don’t have to input all of the information manually. One problem is that you have to have an account if you want to have more than just a simple bibliographic list. However, it’s a good tool for quick, easy, accurate […]

ScreenCast on the Uses of Noodle Tools

January 3, 2012 by

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Noodle Tools is a very helpful site designed to help and improve the organization of a project or a paper. The website is a free site, originally was used a lot to generate citations for papers, and that is how I first learned about Noodle Tools. Now, after using the site more and more, I […]

Knight Cite Screen Cast

January 3, 2012 by

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Knight Cite is a citation machine that will allow you to cite your sources in APA, MLA, or Chicago formatting. There are a variety of source types that you’ll be able to cite with this machine. Some include: Books, Journals, Magazines, websites and much more. If you’re writing any sort of research paper, being able […]

Knight Cite

January 3, 2012 by

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The tool reviewed in the video is a citation tool called Knight Cite. Knight Cite is a free tool used to create citations that is maintained by the library at Calvin College. You can use it with or without creating an account, but if you create a free account with Knight Cite, Knight Cite will […]

BibDesk Review

January 3, 2012 by

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As a person who has had limited experience with other reference tools (besides Noodle Tools and some other management tools), I have found BibDesk to be somewhat user-unfriendly. I had many difficulties figuring out how to use the tools, and getting the tools in BibDesk to work properly. I was able to pull up the […]