EasyBib the Eagle Way: Creating a Bibliography

EasyBib the Eagle Way: Creating a Bibliography will guide you through new account registration, new project set up and citation creation. This Office Mix easily lets you learn or review just one EasyBib feature or you watch the entire lesson from beginning to end.

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EasyBib the Eagle Way: Creating a Bibliography

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EasyBib the Eagle Way: Creating a Bibliography will guide you through new account registration, new project set up and citation creation. This Office Mix easily lets you learn or review just one EasyBib feature or you watch the entire lesson from beginning to end.
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  1. EasyBib the Eagle Way: Creating a Bibliography

    Slide 1 - EasyBib the Eagle Way: Creating a Bibliography

    • Register for EasyBib
    • Create a New Project
    • Start a Bibliography
  2. Registering with IP authentication

    Slide 2 - Registering with IP authentication

    • Click the Sign up link
    • Create an account with EasyBib. No coupon code required.
    • Registering from IP-authenticated school computers instantly gives you premium feature access. Register at any point to create a premium account, save your work, and access it from anywhere!
    • Register for EasyBib
    • Create a New Project
    • Start a Bibliography
  3. Creating a new project

    Slide 3 - Creating a new project

    • Your project will be added to your list of All Projects.
    • Locate your new project. Did you include your last name in the project title?
    • Notice the three links below the project name: Bibliography, Notebook and Paper.
    • In the next EasyBib lesson, we’ll be focusing on the Bibliography. So go ahead and click to open it, then you’ll be ready to go!
    • Register for EasyBib
    • Create a New Project
    • Start a Bibliography
  4. Start a Bibliography

    Slide 4 - Start a Bibliography

    • If you haven’t already, locate your new project. Did you include your last name in the project title?
    • Notice the three links below the project name: Bibliography, Notebook and Paper.
    • Click the Bibliography link.
    • Cite a Book
    • Cite an EBSCO article
    • Cite a Gale article
    • Cite a JSTOR article
    • Cite a Website
    • Cite WorldBook
  5. Cite a Book

    Slide 5 - Cite a Book

    • Click on the Book tab on the Bibliography page.
    • Enter the title of the book.
    • Find the right edition of the book and click Cite It.
    • Verify that all of information is correct, then click Create Citation.
    • Cite a Book
    • Cite an EBSCO article
    • Cite a Gale article
    • Cite a JSTOR article
    • Cite a Website
    • Cite WorldBook
  6. Cite an EBSCO article

    Slide 6 - Cite an EBSCO article

    • Select your EBSCO article.
    • In the Toolbox, click on the Export button.
    • Find the Direct Export to EasyBib option at the bottom of the list. Click Save.
    • Leave Without Abstracts selected and click Import.
    • Cite a Book
    • Cite an EBSCO article
    • Cite a Gale article
    • Cite a JSTOR article
    • Cite a Website
    • Cite WorldBook
  7. Cite a Gale article

    Slide 7 - Cite a Gale article

    • Select a Gale article.
    • In the Toolbox, click on the Citation Tools link.
    • Under the Export button in the pop-up window, click EasyBib.
    • EasyBib will open in a new tab.
    • Cite a Book
    • Cite an EBSCO article
    • Cite a Gale article
    • Cite a JSTOR article
    • Cite a Website
    • Cite WorldBook
  8. Cite a JSTOR article

    Slide 8 - Cite a JSTOR article

    • Select a JSTOR article. Make note of the title.
    • Go to your EasyBib Bibliography. Click on the Database tab.
    • Click on What kind of database article are you citing? Select JSTOR.
    • In the search box, type the title of your article. Click Cite it.
    • Cite a Book
    • Cite an EBSCO article
    • Cite a Gale article
    • Cite a JSTOR article
    • Cite a Website
    • Cite WorldBook
  9. Cite a Website

    Slide 9 - Cite a Website

    • Copy the URL (web address) from your webpage.
    • Go to your EasyBib bibliography.
    • Click on the Website tab.
    • Paste the URL into the search box.
    • Click Cite It.
    • If you get multiple results, find the correct page and click Cite This.
    • Verify that the information is correct, click Continue.
    • Edit information as needed and click Create Citation.
    • Cite a Book
    • Cite an EBSCO article
    • Cite a Gale article
    • Cite a JSTOR article
    • Cite a Website
    • Cite WorldBook
  10. Cite World Book

    Slide 10 - Cite World Book

    • Find an article in World Book Advanced.
    • In EasyBib, click on the Database tab.
    • Click on What kind of database are you citing? Then click Encyclopedia article.
    • Complete the form with the information you can collect from World Book.
    • Click Create Citation.
    • Cite a Book
    • Cite an EBSCO article
    • Cite a Gale article
    • Cite a JSTOR article
    • Cite a Website
    • Cite WorldBook
  11. Print your bibliography

    Slide 11 - Print your bibliography

    • Look for the Export button above your Bibliography.
    • Click Print as Word Doc.
    • Depending on your browser, you may be required to click Open.
    • Your document will open in Word fully formatted in MLA style.
    • Cite a Book
    • Cite an EBSCO article
    • Cite a Gale article
    • Cite a JSTOR article
    • Cite a Website
    • Cite WorldBook