Friday, February 12, 2010

Create a Bibliography with Bibme

Paper due? Not sure how to format the bibliography that is required by your teacher/professor? Check out Bibme, the online bibliography maker that allows you to find a book/article/Web site/film, add to a bibliography and download it in either the MLA, APA, Chicago or Turabian format. Attach to your paper/report and you're good to go!

Once you add some titles to your bibliography, you'll notice the "suggested further reading" on the lower-right side of the screen. There is no information in the online FAQ about how Bibme comes up with the suggestions, but it could be helpful to some students who start creating a bibliography at the beginning of their research paper process (which would lead them to additional titles).

Registration is free and allows you to save bibliographies to your account. If you don't register, you can still use this tool (find your books, articles, Web sites, etc., add to your bib and download in your preferred style), but you'll probably find this tool so useful that you'll want to fill out the simple registration form.

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