Quickly Cite Websites With Bibcitation’s Chrome Extension
Applications for EducationAs I wrote previously in the week, one of the important things that I have constantly liked about.
Bibcitation is that it provides support for lots of citation styles in addition to the standard MLA and APA formats. Bibcitation is also simple to modify if students do find a mistake with the formatting. Bibcitation does not need trainees to sign up in order to use it. Finished Bibliographies can be downloaded as a document, as a BibTex file, or as HTML.
Earlier today I released
a blog site post about Bibcitations new Chrome extension for quickly pointing out websites. A few of its crucial functions consist of automatic format of citations in lots of styles, easy transfer of citations to your files, and one-click addition to your existing Bibcitation bibliographies. Yesterday, I made
this short video that shows the key functions of
Bibcitations Chrome extension. Take a look and see how easy it is to utilize Bibcitation..
This post initially appeared on FreeTech4Teachers.com. It has been used without approval if you see it elsewhere. Websites that steal my (Richard Byrnes) work consist of CloudComputin, Today Headline, and 711Web.