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You can use EasyBib to create bibliographies in APA, MLA, and Chicago/Turabian citation styles. EasyBib will also suggest more scholarly references for your paper.

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How do I get an EasyBib account?

If you are on campus, you can click this link to register and set up your own personal EasyBib account. Once you've done that, you can use Easybib from anywhere.

If you are offcampus, you can set up an account here.

If you already have a free EasyBib account that you set up previously, logging in to EasyBib on campus will automatically upgrade your account.

What is a bibliography?

When you write a research paper or essay in college, you are usually required to include a bibliography. A bibliography is a list of the resources (books, articles, videos, etc) that you used while you were researching and writing the paper. You have to reference the exact items so that your professor knows where you got your information.

It's also very important to cite your sources correctly so there is no chance of being accused of plagiarizing.

What is an annotated bibliography?

It's the same as above, a list of resources you used to write your paper, except that you also write a short description of the book, article or video and include it after each citation. EasyBib lets you add an annotation on the confirmation page. Just click the button that says Add Annotation.

Your annotated bibliography will look like this:

Mears, A. (2011). Pricing beauty: The making of a fashion model. Berkeley: University of California Press.

   This book is a sociological study of the modeling industry. The author worked as a model in New York City while conducting research for her PhD in sociology. 

Kozar, J. M. (2010). Women's responses to fashion media images: A study of female consumers aged 30-59. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 34(3), 272-278. doi: 10.1111/j.1470-6431.2009.00854.x

   This qualitative study looked at how female consumers perceived images of fashion models and the impact of the age of the study subjects and the models in the images.