Citing references in Google Docs
With information becoming more and more readily available, properly citing sources is being taught to students at a younger age. English and social studies classes require a larger amount of writing with citations. Google Docs provides a Citations feature, which can add inline and end-of-document citations.
In addition, the EasyBib Bibliography Creator adds the ability to search for the citation of a work instead of manually typing in the information.
Using the Citations feature
The Citations feature allows students to enter and save citations in Google Docs. Then, when the students are writing their papers, they can insert citations directly from the citations sidebar. Furthermore, this feature formats the inline and end-of-document citations to match formats such as MLA, APA, and Chicago. To enter a citation source, follow the steps given here:
- In a Google Doc, select Citations from the Tools menu. Citations will open in the right...