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Resources to help staff and students help Create, Present, Display and Discuss information they have discovered and formed opinions about.
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Citing Sources

Log into your Google Drive account before logging into your EasyBib account. 

Google Drive Student Login

Google Drive Staff Login


Once you are logged into your Google Apps account, you can log into your EasyBib account by choosing to log in with Google. 

You can access passwords information for databases and resources that require them after logging in to your Google Apps account and clicking the link below. 



EasyBib Introductions

1. Evaluation explanation

2. Click Show Criteria to find out what questions should be asked

3. Use criteria for websites that are not evaluated

1. Choose your source.


2. Fill out the form.


3. That's it! Export your bibliography or keep going.


Notebook Tutorial - Using Groups


Notebook Tutorial


Using Bullets in an Outline


Overview of EasyBib for Staff


How to cite a Kindle ebook


Stephen, Levitt D. Freakonomics. Rev. and Expanded ed. New York: Harper Collins, 2006. Kindle file.


Gladwell, M. (2008). Outliers: The story of success [Kindle DX version]. Retrieved from

Chicago Manual of Style

Thomas H. Davenport and John C. Beck, The Attention Economy: Understanding the New Currency of Business (Harvard Business School Press, 2001), Kindle e-book. 


Understand Fair Use

Fair Use (PDF document) - Evaluation Tool when using Copyrighted material

Five Principles for Fair Use :

Educators can, under some circumstances:
1. Make copies of newspaper articles, TV shows, and other copyrighted works, and use them and keep them for educational use. 
2. Create curriculum materials and scholarship with copyrighted materials embedded.
3. Share, sell and distribute curriculum materials with copyrighted materials embedded.

Learners can, under some circumstances:
4. Use copyrighted works in creating new material.
5. Distribute their works digitally if they meet the transformativeness standard.


How to Avoid Plagiarism - tutorial and exercises (Indiana University - Bloomington, 2005).


Tutorial from Arcadia University c2009

You Quote It, You Note It! — Explains the basics of avoiding plagiarismby learning why, when, and how to cite.


TOOL: Is it protected by copyright?


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