Database of the Day: EasyBib & Refworks

Databases of the Day: EasyBib & Refworks

Creating citations has never been easier with our two databases: EasyBib and Refworks.

EasyBib and Refworks are both citation management tools, which can help you:

  • create bibliographies in APA, MLA, or Chicago/Tourabian format
  • format bibliographies for your research papers
  • manage, categorize, and organize your citations
  • Create a free account and access your citations anytime from any computer
  • and much more!

Which is right for you? EasyBib is geared toward undergraduates and Refworks is more geared toward graduate students.

Ready to start? Go to the library’s database A-Z list and find “EasyBib” or “Refworks” in the list or Ask-A-Librarian to get started.

Check back for our next “Database of the Day,” part of celebrating Information Literacy Awareness Month.

Event: “Aliens & Others: Violence, Vulnerability and Vigilance” Nov. 3 @ 7 PM

Join us in the library for “Aliens and Others: Violence, Vulnerability, and Vigilance” by Dr. Katherine Kirby, Associate Professor of Philosophy, St. Michael College, tonight Nov. 3 at 7 PM in McKillop Library.

Drawing on the film District 9, Dr. Kirby will discuss Emmanuel Levininas’ notion of Otherness as it contrasts with the way we normally think about, and respond to, otherness.

Database of the Day: Credo Reference

Database of the Day: Credo Reference

Looking for an topic overview, a definition, or quick fact?  Check out our Credo Reference database!

Start your research with Credo Reference. Use the concept map to refine your topic, then search your topic to find background information and sources for further research.

Credo contains over 3 million entries from over 500 reference books, including encylopedias, dictionaries and thesauri. Even find biographies, quotations, bilingual dictionaries, and measurement conversions.

Topic pages created on specific topics under many subjects including Religion, Psychology, History and the Sciences include articles, definitions, related topics, images, and more.

Ready to start? Go to the library’s database A-Z list and find “Credo Reference” in the list or Ask-A-Librarian to get started.

Check back for our next “Database of the Day,” part of celebrating Information Literacy Awareness Month.