Welcome to the Writing Resources on EasyBib!
Here you’ll find vast amounts of information to help you plan, research, organize, write, and cite your papers.
Students, does that research paper have your head spinning? Fear no more, EasyBib is here to demystify the process and help you succeed.
Teachers, here is a treasure trove for you of ready-to-use lessons and guides to help your students become the smart, critical-thinkers they need to be for the 21st century.
Good grammar forms the foundation of good writing. That’s why we created these easy-to-read guides around nine essential parts of speech. Learn through brief definitions, fun example sentences, and lists of example words. When you’re ready to put your writing to the test, run an EasyBib Plus grammar check.
Here you’ll find detailed break-downs on every step of the writing process. You’ll learn how to start your brainstorming process, how to go about research and find good sources, what it means to make an outline, how to structure arguments and ideas, and finally how to revise and edit your paper to make it air-tight.
This contains all the info you’ll need to understand and create bibliographies for your papers in MLA, APA, and Chicago format. Learning to create APA citations? Need to build an MLA annotated bibliography? Seeking out the basics of Chicago style? We’ve got you covered! Here, we’ve provided guides and examples that show how to cite just about anything, from a government document, to an interview, and beyond! Other popular guides include MLA works cited and one on MLA in-text citation.
These visual resources help you learn about citing and writing through colorful infographics and short, engaging videos.
Help students learn essential research and writing skills with these lessons on subjects like the American Revolution, and the U.S. Civil Rights Movement. More subjects to come!
Here you’ll find pages of research we’ve compiled based upon the most popular topics cited on EasyBib. If you are having trouble starting your research, our Topics Pages are a good place to get started. You can get a general idea of the concepts you’re working with, as well as credible and helpful links to expand your knowledge.
We hope you find this Student Portal helpful. After all, we made it just for you!