expository writing example tips

Expository Essays: Tips, Tricks and Topics

Every student has to write an expository essay at least once in their educational career. These are actually fairly simple essays to write, but they do require some serious research skills. Like most academic essays, the expository essay requires formal writing with an introduction, body, and conclusion. Tips for Writing […]

Future Library

Future Librarians: Pro-Literacy & Everything in Between

Chancellor:    “You are obsolete, Mr.Wordsworth!” Mr. Wordsworth:   “A lie.  No man is obsolete!” Chancellor:   “You have no function, Mr.Wordsworth. You’re an anachronism, like a ghost from another time….” –From “The Obsolete Man” episode of the Twilight Zone, written by Rod Serling The above dialogue excerpt is from an episode […]

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MLA 8 is Now the Default Citation Style

Great news has arrived just before the fall semester rush: MLA 8 is now the default citation style on EasyBib.com! If you go to our main page at www.easybib.com, you’ll notice that MLA 8 is listed as the first citation style option. MLA 7 will remain as a free option […]

How to Cite a Meme

How to Cite a Meme

The meme is one of the funniest and weirdest trends to arise from digital images on the Internet. There are memes to make you laugh at almost anything, from funny cats to politicians to a successful kid. Though unconventional, if you choose cite a meme this guide can help! The […]

3 Online Quiz Tools Elementary Teachers Love

Technology can be used in many ways in the classroom to differentiate instruction, motivate student learning, and monitor student progress. In particular, I love the many free quiz tools that can easily be used in the classroom to both engage and assess students. Here are several of my favorites and […]