One of the goals of a research project is to defend your argument or claim by using other sources as evidence. We do this when we argue or engage in a discussion with our friends; we backup our claims by including evidence from other sources, perhaps by sharing information from an article we’ve read or … Continue reading What is a Paraphrase?
Think back to those high school days where you would roll out of bed at 6 am, get to school, and follow the same schedule as everyone else. Now, imagine a place where you can set your own schedule, choose your professors, and establish the routine for the day. Welcome to college! To help you … Continue reading Planning the Perfect College Schedule
Deciding where to go to college is tricky, but once you get to college, there’s another tough decision on the horizon: what to major in. Unless you have a very specific idea of what you want to do post-graduation, it can be difficult to pick a major. Here are some tips to make this process … Continue reading How to Choose a College Major
Are you working on preparations for the SAT, but just can’t seem to master the Reading & Writing section? If so, we’ve got some tips for you to get your best score yet! 1 – When asked about grammar, don’t worry about comprehension You do not have to understand the prose of a text in … Continue reading 6 Simple Tips for Crushing the SAT Reading Test
Online databases are convenient and reliable sources of information for the completion of research projects. They can house thousands of books, journal articles, magazines, and art collections all within one easily searchable platform. The large scope of these databases, however, means that they may not always be the simplest sources to navigate. Here are some … Continue reading How to Use a Database: An Introduction
Big news! Vancouver Style! We are excited to announce that BibMe will soon have a comprehensive citation guide for Vancouver style! We hope to have the guide ready to go by the start of this coming academic year. In the mean time, you can use our Vancouver (author-date) or Vancouver (brackets, no “et al.”) automatic citation … Continue reading Vancouver Style Citation Guide Coming Soon!
Have you ever wondered why Turabian and Chicago style look similar? Has anyone ever told you that the styles are the same thing, or that they are vastly different? Have you ever heard that Chicago itself has variations? Hopefully this blog post can clear things up for you. Turabian vs. Chicago Turabian and Chicago style … Continue reading Turabian or Chicago? What’s the difference?
Are you writing a research paper that requires a lesser known citation style? BibMe supports many CSL styles that you may not have known about.
Title pages can be tricky business. There are so many options to consider—where does the class name go? What’s a running head and subtitle? What order do they go in? We’re excited to announce that you can now create the perfect title page on BibMe! With BibMe’s new title page feature, students can create a … Continue reading Create the Perfect Title Page with BibMe!
We have a new update to share with you all today. All of our users can now add parenthetical citations to their bibliographies. You can find the parenthetical citation link in your bibliography. First, you start off at creating your citation using the correct source. When you add the citation to the bibliography, you will … Continue reading Update: Add Parenthetical Citations!