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4 Note Taking Systems To Consider

Taking clear and effective notes is an important skill for all students, and essential for effective self-study, paper-writing and revision—but which method is best? We take a look at four popular note taking systems and the differences between them: The Cornell Method This method not only makes note taking quicker […]

Gender neutral language

Using Gender Neutral Language in Your Papers

Recently, the use of gender-neutral language—also known as gender-inclusive language—has become a trending topic, and it’s something to consider when writing your academic papers and essays. We’ll walk you through the various gender-neutral options, looking at when they might be most appropriate. We will be using MLA style parenthetical citations […]

Should you choose who or whom

Who vs. Whom: Which Do I Use?

Most people know there is a difference between who and whom, but few remember what it is. In truth, you could go your entire life and only use whom a handful of times, but when those rare grammatical moments strike, if you want to be prepared, we are here to […]

Introduction to Subject and Keyword Headings

When starting to find resources for your next project, smart searching tips (and creating citations ( usually in MLA style or APA style) as you research can save you time and effort in the end. Searching online for a research project requires strategy. Typing a complete research question into the search bar […]

New EasyBib Guides Homepage

New & Improved Guides Homepage!

Out with the old and in with the new! We’re excited to share the launch of our new EasyBib Writing Center Website! We listened to your requests, worked with our team, and developed a website chock full of features – just for you! Here are some key features of our […]

Christopher Columbus Lesson

Gathering Strong Evidence

This is the first of two lessons that teach research and comprehension skills around the topic of the Christopher Columbus. The second will be published in a week. Also, don’t forget to have students cite their sources in MLA format, APA format, or Chicago style. Photo Source: “I’m Christopher Columbus” by Claus Rebler. Licensed […]