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Bedford Bibliographer

Bedford Bibliographer This very useful, interactive tool can help students keep organized and to properly cite all their sources, both electronic and print. Once they've reated their free student account they may create virtual source cards, with room for notes, quotations, annotations and forms for
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Bedford Bibliographer


This very useful, interactive tool can help students keep organized and to properly cite all their sources, both electronic and print. Once they've reated their free student account they may create virtual source cards, with room for notes, quotations, annotations and forms for citing the source in a number of different bibliographic formats, including MLA, APA, CSE, and Chicago.

Mike Palmquist, Colorado State University


• High School Middle School

Monica Williams-Mitchel

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