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Literature: Citing Sources

This Guide will help you find scholarly resources when conducting research for your Literature classes.

Citing Sources

Citing Sources

RefWorks Tutorials

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Save your references and generate bibliographies in a snap!

EasyBib

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EasyBib EDU is a powerful citation and research management tool. With EasyBib EDU, you can utilize 59 different source types as well as over 7000 styles to create citations for works cited and reference lists, create digital notecards and dynamic outlines, avoid plagiarism, and evaluate websites. It can save you time by making a Works Cited page automatically!

The coupon code for access to EasyBib EDU at Austin Peay is available on the coupon code webpage (please log-in with your last name and A number to prove your affiliation with APSU).
 

New Students to EasyBib:

  1. Enter the Coupon Code at https://edu.easybib.com/auth/coupon (you only need to do this once!)
  2. Fill out the form when prompted
  3. Remember your username and password
  4. Start citing!

 Students with Existing EasyBib Accounts:

Please view the Intro to EasyBib EDU Webinar Recording for an overview of the features available in EasyBib EDU

EasyBib for iPhone and EasyBib for Android lets you create citations on your phone, automatically! You can search for websites and books, or scan the barcodes on books using your smartphone camera and create instant, perfect citations.

Avoiding Plagiarism

All of us (students and faculty) are responsible for fully understanding what plagiarism is and how to avoid it. This video will define plagiarism and provide examples of citations to avoid plagiarism.

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