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Melora Norman <[log in to unmask]>
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Melora Norman <[log in to unmask]>
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Hi Emily,

EasyBib is probably the most popular; if you can get get your IT department
to integrate it with your Google Apps for Education it has more features.

Purdue's OWL is a great general resource used by some of my English
teachers -  https://owl.english.purdue.edu/

Great question--would love to know what others are using!

Happy Friday,

Melora @OHS



On Fri, Feb 17, 2017 at 1:42 PM, Emily Jackson Sanborn <
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> Hi all - I'm a high school librarian newbie, and will be teaching some
> classes after break to AP English kids on how to research, take notes,
> track citations, and create a paper at the end of it all.  I've personally
> always used the old-fashioned index card method for note-taking.  However,
> I'd love to offer the students an online or computer-based way to keep
> track of their notes and citations.  Do any of you have free sites/apps
> that you would recommend?
> thanks!
> -Emily
>
>
> Emily C. Jackson Sanborn
> Library Media Specialist
> Orono Middle and High Schools
>

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