Cite Your Sources in Google Docs Using ‘Explore’ & EasyBib Add-on

Are doing a research report using Google Docs and need to cite your sources?

Try using the EasyBib Bibliography add-on.

Search for books, journals, and websites and format your citations using MLA, APA, Chicago, Harvard, and over 7K other styles, to create your Work Cited page all within your document. Learn more >

In your Google Doc, click Add-ons.

Select EasyBib add-on. 

Allow EasyBib access to your Google Docs.

Now your are ready to research.  

Click on Tools, select ‘Explore’ and the search window will pop up.

Choose your Topic (ALA, MLA, Chicago), Bibliography or Citation.

Enter your search topic.

From Add-on, select EasyBib Bibliography Creator > Manage Bibliography

Choose Cite Source Style: MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.

Example: I am citing information from the site Dog Breed Information and Pictures. 

In the footer the source will be automatically sited with the proper attribution.

You can do an image search in Tools > Explore too.

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