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EasyBib-OCLC Library Edition Instructional Presentation

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EasyBib-OCLC Library Edition Instructional Presentation

  1. 1. Library Edition Guide
  2. 2. Why EasyBib and our OCLC Library Edition service?
  3. 3. EasyBib overviewMore than 38 million students use EasyBib.com’s popular citationand note-taking platform as part of their research workflow. OCLCand EasyBib together launched Library Edition to put libraries andlibrary resources right where students are already going! 850,000+ 3,000,000 visits New citations added per Directed to WorldCat.org day during peak months in 8 months #1 Organic Google result 180,000+ Facebook fans For words like “bibliography” “works cited” and “citation”
  4. 4. Bring your library to your students EasyBib Library Edition Offers a customized version of EasyBib with: •Your library’s branding •Embedded WorldCat search •Embedded virtual reference services •Links to library resources •Premium EasyBib features such as additional citation styles, note-taking, and tools to teach information literacy skillsIntercept students where they’re already going, and immediately add your library’s value to more students than ever
  5. 5. The Ohio State University libraries saw.. An 84% increase in EasyBib use despite already strong usage when they implemented Library Edition. Students could take advantage of library resources more readily, while using all of EasyBib’s tools."Easybib has made my life awhole lot easier, I dont have to OSU’s students used EasyBibworry about creating a 10,651 times from Feb. 18th tobibliography on my own. I love it!“ March 14th compared to 5,787-Sara Carver, OSU Undergrad times during the same period in 2010
  6. 6. Your students become better researchersCitation tool helps prevent plagiarismCiting is intuitive, encouraging students to cite while they write, properlycrediting sources and avoiding plagiarismInstructional features teach information literacy – students grasp whatthey are researching and learn to evaluate online sources Easily create a bibliography in MLA, APA, and Chicago styles Export to Word or Google docs fully formatted Create in text citations, and tag and sort citations. Cite/autocite 58 source types Instructional Website evaluation, Citation guide, Source guide, and LearnCite featuresNotebook improves critical thinking and research habits Notebook teaches students to meaningfully organize their notes helping them become organized and effective researchers Two systems: virtual note cards and Cornell Note taking Create an outline Group, color, and tag notes, and associates them with your outline and sources Used by over 24 million students!
  7. 7. Registering - Using IP authentication 1. Click the register link 3. Or register with 2. Register an existing third and create an party service like account with Google EasyBibRegistering from IP authenticated college computers instantly givesstudents premium feature access. Register at any point to create a premium account, save your work, and access it from anywhere!
  8. 8. Registering – Using a coupon codeGive your students a unique coupon code to register with EasyBib and access premium features
  9. 9. Registering – Using a coupon code with a third party service Register with a third party service Click coupon codes link at account page to upgrade Add coupon code to access premium features. IP authenticated computers will have immediate access
  10. 10. Getting startedThis is the project management page. Studentscan create, manage, and view projects. Start by clicking “create a new project.”
  11. 11. Getting started This is the project management page. Students can create, manage, and view projects.Each project has a bibliography, a notebook and a paper attached to it. Start by clicking “create a new project.”
  12. 12. Creating a New Project First name the project Next, select the desired citation style (students can always change this later)Then click “create”
  13. 13. Starting a bibliography or notebook The new project has been created and appears at the bottomTo start creating citations for this project, just click“Bibliography.” Click “Notebook” to create notes andan outline. Click “Paper” to open a Google doc.
  14. 14. Using the citation and bibliography tool
  15. 15. Teaching the best practices of researchEasyBib’s citation tool improves researchBy making citations intuitive and easy, students are no longer intimidatedby the citation processStudents are encouraged then to cite while they write, instead of waitingto put together their bibliography at the end of their paper, properly creditingsources and preventing plagiarismImproving information literacyWebsite evaluation tool indicates which online sources should andshould not be used in research. By providing robust criteria and examples,students learn to critically think about what they are reading onlineSource guide makes students understand what they are researching byproviding source definitions, examples, and alternativesCitation guide visually teaches where bibliographic data is foundLearnCite dynamically shows students how data is formatted whileproviding style specific help
  16. 16. Selecting a source type to citeHere is the bibliography start page. Studentscan easily select the most popular sources tocite, or they can click all 59 options to see all the sources EasyBib supports
  17. 17. Viewing all source types Students can cite almost any source. This encourages students to explore different sources types and cultivates a diverse research approachSearch and cite up to 22 of the 59 sources
  18. 18. Citing a book Students can automatically format book citations by simply entering a title, keyword or ISBN Simply enter a search term, find theappropriate edition from the list, click ‘select’, and...
  19. 19. Citing a bookThe fields automatically fill in, saving students time to focus on research! EasyBib encourages students to check the information Select the correct medium, such as website, and add additional info The LearnCite box dynamically shows where different elements are placed within a citation as information is entered, and highlights specific rules such as Click the “Create citation” those around capitalization, helping button, and... students understand the citation process
  20. 20. Building a bibliography The citation is automatically formatted and added to the student’s list. They continue the process to build a works cited
  21. 21. Citing a website Automatically cite a website by simply entering a URL. EasyBib will grab the data from the site and automatically fill in the form *EasyBib cautions to check that all of the information is correct and to fill in any empty fields
  22. 22. Information literacy for websites EasyBib shows students the robust criteria used to evaluate the website, and if not EasyBib has analyzed evaluated, provides criteria andthe most cited websites questions to help them and alerts students on evaluate the website as a which sources are credible source to use in credible to cite, which research aren’t, and which ones are in the middle
  23. 23. Information literacy for websites EasyBib provides visual examples and guidelines so students learn to find and analyze criteria used in evaluating online sources. Examples show credible,questionable, and non-credible websites
  24. 24. Source guide – Choosing the right source If uncertain about a source, a student can click the help link, which is on all 58 forms and the tab menuThe Source guide helps students understand and distinguish what type of source they are citing by providing definitions, examples, and suggestions of different source types, and guides them to the correct form
  25. 25. Citation guide The Citation guide, found at the tab menu, provides definitions of key sources, and shows where bibliographic data is found and formatted, helping students understand the fundamentals of research and information gathering
  26. 26. Manual entry and annotations If preferable or if information cannot be automatically found, students can manually enter their citation data. EasyBib will properly format whatever is entered You can add annotations to any citation
  27. 27. Importing citations from databasesSelect “Upload citations” Upload citations to any list.from the “All 58 options” EasyBib supports Bibtex menu and Endnote files If your students frequently use databases, they can easily upload citations from databases into EasyBib
  28. 28. Direct citation export from databases Numerous databases support a direct export toEasyBib, making it easy for students to export their citations. The number of supported databases is growing
  29. 29. Parenthetical citations and footnotes Create parenthetical citations Create and save footnotes in MLA and APA and adjust in Chicago styleinformation included. Click the rules link on the bottom right to see the parenthetical citation guide
  30. 30. Switching citation styles, sorting, and tagging Manage citations and move Sort alphabetically, by them between projects source, by tag, and date created Transitioning between MLA, APA, and Chicago is seamless and automatic Add tags to organize citations
  31. 31. Understanding the quality of researchBibliography Analytics teach students to evaluate their own workand identify areas for improvement before submitting assignments.
  32. 32. Exporting your bibliography Exporting your work is easyStudents can export their fully formatted works cited to Word orGoogle Docs. They can also copy & paste and e-mail their work.
  33. 33. Sharing your bibliography Sharing your work is easy Students share their work with classmates for group projects or with their instructors. Students can invite others from the bibliography page or from the Projects screen by clicking Share. Students and teachers can view projects that have been shared with them in the Shared Projects area.
  34. 34. Sharing your bibliography Students can set different levels of permissions: view, edit, comment. They can also change permissions or delete members.
  35. 35. Using the notebook
  36. 36. Notebook promotes effective researchStructured note taking…Students can link notes to sources so they can remember whereinformation comes from, helping prevent plagiarismQuotes area where students can copy and paste and track contentParaphrasing area encourages students to synthesize and understandinformationComments area pushes students to think aloud and explore ideasAbility to associate notes with the outline helps students trace informationand properly credit sources within their paperFluid organization…Organize and identify ideas, themes, and concepts by grouping, tagging,and coloring notesEasily moveable virtual notes cards promotes brainstormingList view help students understand notes and content along the variousorganizational meansOutline helps students dynamically conceptualize paper ideas
  37. 37. Notebook Create virtual note cards, associate notes with your outline, and manage your notes in list formatAccess the notebook through project management page or by clicking the notebook tab
  38. 38. Notebook – Creating a New Note Title your note Associate the note with a source in the bibliography Students can differentiate between quotes, Click the paraphrasing and their own “New note” comments/thoughts button ordouble click anywhere Add a page number, within the paragraph number, ornote pane to URL, to better track Organize notes by add a note information creating groups, adding tags and/or color-coding
  39. 39. Notebook – Managing virtual notesUse theorganizebutton toadd colors tonotes orgroups, and Students can createto manage virtual notes andtags arrange them within the space by dragging and dropping Bird’s-eye-view navigation provide ample room to arrange notes The Notebook allows students to fluidly manage and organize information as they research
  40. 40. Notebook – Using groups Group notes by dragging notes, or groups on top of one another. Change the group name by double clicking it Double click the group to expand it. Add and remove notes from the expanded group
  41. 41. Notebook – List viewClick list view tosee notes in amore expanded,scrolling format.Create andorganize newnotes in this viewas well.List view isinterchangeablewith visualizeview, andmodeled after View and manage notes based on groups,Cornell Note tags, notes associated with sources, or bytaking the date notes were created Students can easily disseminate notes along numerous dimensions helping organization
  42. 42. Notebook – Creating an outline Drags and drop bullets or use the navigation bar Students can drag notes or groups from the notes pane to the outline to associate notes with parts of their paper (drag and drop from both visualize and list view)Using the outline tool, students can dynamically structureand connect notes with their paper ideas as they research
  43. 43. Notebook – Printing and backing up notesStudents can click print toexport and back up theirnotebook. This will open up awebpage where they caneasily copy and paste theirnotes and outline
  44. 44. Notebook – Printing and backing up notes Students choose how data will display.Students can click print to export andback up their notebook. Working from the outline, students can review their paper’s flow, continuity, and substance.
  45. 45. Notebook – CommentingClick on Open Comments toleave feedback Students and teachers can easily interact. Instructors can provide feedback and answer questions along side of student work.
  46. 46. Writing the PaperStudents simply tab back to projects to open up their paper.
  47. 47. Administrative PanelBy designating, librarians and educators as admins, they are ableto view student information and usages statistics.Admins can access the administrative panel from the School link.
  48. 48. Student Information Admins can: •email students their passwords, •reset them directly, •and even view all student projects.Admins can view a list of all users registered from the Studentstab. Searching by last name, first name, and email addressmakes it easy to see who has registered and assist students.
  49. 49. Usage Statistics From the Statistics tab, admins can see usages metrics such as the number of accounts created, citations, and notes on a monthly and annual basis. Graphs make it easy to see when research is happening and when EasyBib is being utilized the most.
  50. 50. The EasyBib experience“Because the Web site is so intuitive and quick, they can focus onusing reliable sources and documenting them properly instead ofworrying about formatting the citations correctly.” -MaryAnne KarreThis is fantastic and exactly the type of application the Net wascreated for. Im going to suggest it to every student I have.“ -Professor, Penn State University"I tell all of my students about this service. I teach at a universityand this is the most accurate service I have found!“ -Maria, Professor Give your students the tools to embrace better research!
  51. 51. Gives your students a tool they will love“I love your website. I dont know how I would make it through all thesepapers without you! Thanks so much!” – Matthew, College Student“Thank you so much for this website, I absolutely LOVE it. I have oneteacher who is really picky about bibliographies and using this website Igot an A. I told a couple friends about this and now most of the eighthgrade uses it, even my English teacher uses it to check things. You aregeniuses thanks a trillion” -Taylor, Junior high student“EasyBib, I love you! Can we get married? Haha, I just felt like shootingyou all a note to tell you how much I really appreciate the service youoffer. It is incredibly helpful, makes me feel extremely organized, and isalso quite aesthetically appealing. Thanks again!!” -Michelle , studentOver 100,000 fans on Facebook!
  52. 52. Learn more about our institutionalproducts, and request a personal webinar or trial at:http://www.easybib.com/products/libraryedition