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EasyBib going away in July 2018
Students and faculty—please be aware that the citation building resource that we’ve used for many years, EasyBib, will be going away in July of 2018. We want to let students and faculty know far in advance that they will need to use different resources when it comes to helping with their citation needs. The library will be recommending using BibMe, and also Microsoft Word (using “References” tab) or Citation Machine. We recommend starting with BibMe.
We will be switching all the library webpage links from EasyBib to BibMe by July 2018.