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Simple Online Bibliography Tool
There is an abundance of technology gadgets, software, computers and websites for students today, but how do you know which ones are actually useful and effective? I've recently discovered one that I wish I had when I was in high school and college.
It's called EasyBib and it's an online application which allows you to create bibliographies by simply entering the source information from books, magazines, newspapers, interviews, and even music and TV. The Modern Language Association (MLA) format is free, and it's an inexpensive upgrade if you need APA or Chicago style formats. This is a great productivity tool and will help keep that research paper well organized!
posted on: 11/30/2009 12:00:00 PM by Elizabeth Bowman
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Elizabeth Bowman is a Seattle-based professional organizer and owner of Innovatively Organized. She provides hands-on organizing services for residential and business clients, helping them achieve work-life balance by streamlining their homes, offices and schedules.