BibMe Feature Spotlight: Source Type Options for Easier Citing

Have you ever struggled to identify what source type you are using for research, or to figure out how to format a citation for a particular source? With so much information on the Internet and in the world, it’s not always an easy task. That’s why BibMe offers citation services for several different source types! … Continue reading BibMe Feature Spotlight: Source Type Options for Easier Citing

How to Write a Hypothesis

What is a Hypothesis? A hypothesis is your initial prediction about your topic or argument. Although you’re probably used to writing hypotheses in science, you can also use them effectively in other areas of research. Why Start With a Hypothesis? When researching, creating a hypothesis gives you a place to start from. It helps you … Continue reading How to Write a Hypothesis

Library Basics: Using the Catalog and Other Resources

Libraries are treasure troves of information, ready and waiting to answer your every question. However, navigating through their information and finding your answers can be intimidating for those new to a library. We want to everyone to walk confidently into their local or school library, so we’ve put together this short guide to help anyone … Continue reading Library Basics: Using the Catalog and Other Resources

What is an Annotated Bibliography?

Sometimes researchers want to know more about the context of a source, and why the writer has chosen to focus on it in their work. That’s where annotated bibliographies come in. An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to books, articles, documents, etc. Normally, a works cited page or reference list simply displays each … Continue reading What is an Annotated Bibliography?