and enter the coupon code drewuniv
In the form that comes up, enter your
- First Name
- Last Name
- Drew email address
- a new password (don't use your Drew password)
- the same password again
- choose Student for Position
- your level in college (College--Other) from the drop-down
** If you DO already have an EasyBib Account, upgrade your existing accounts by logging in at https://edu.easybib.com/auth/
Once you've created your account, you can use Sign in with Google to connect it to your Drew Google account.
Be sure to choose the Citation Style your instructor wants you to use.
- To put sources into your project, click on Bibliography in the Project, and proceed as usual.
- To edit a citation, go to Bibliography and click on Edit in the citation you want to change.
- To remove a citation from your project, go to Bibliography and click the check mark next to the citation(s) you want to remove. Click on with checked, and choose Delete checked citations.
- On the Bibliography page, click the tab the type of citation you're working with:
- Website (for items that appear only on the Public Web)
- Video/film (for movies, youtube videos, etc)
- Book (for printed and e-books)
- Journal article (for journal articles you find on the web or in print)
- In the lower corner of the search window, you can then click on Manual Cite to get a fill-in-the-blank box for your citation.
- You can also put in the title, ISBN (for a book), or DOI (for a journal article) in the search box and see if EasyBib can find the citation.
- When you find the citation and click "Proceed to the Final Step" you'll be prompted to fill in any missing information for the citation.
Click on the Export button and choose one of the options: I prefer Copy and Paste which lets you then copy the bibliography into any document you are working on, whether it's Word, Google Docs, or an email.
Other choices will let you export directly to a certain type of document.
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- A URL?
A URL is a web page's address. It useally begins with http:// or https://
- An ISBN?
An ISBN is a unique number that corresponds to a particular edition of a print or electronic book. They first came into use in the 1970s, so books from before then likely will not have an ISBN. ISBNs can be found on the back of the Title Page and often on the book label on the back of the book.
- A DOI?
Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) are unique numbers assigned to particular journal articles. They are relatively recent, only coming into widespread use in the 2000s.