Tell Us About Your EasyBib Presentations!

We’ve heard a lot of our subscribers are presenting about EasyBib at educational conferences all over the country. We love to hear when our fans spread the word about EasyBib with their fellow educators! We’d be super excited to see any and all presentations or testimonials from you too :). We would share them on our site with all of our followers and give you credit so that all your fellow educators know what rocks stars you are!

If you’re interested in sharing with us, please send relevant presentations and any testimonial quotes to kerry.kitka@imagineeasy.com. Don’t forget to include a picture of yourself too so we can put a face to your awesome name!

Our subscriber and enthusiastic user, Kim Weis, spoke at the Virginia Association of School Librarians Conference this year and encouraged everyone there to utilize EasyBib. In her presentation, she presented a screenshot of our home page to show everyone how user friendly our site is. Check it out:

EasyBib Presentation with Objectives by Kim Weis, from Hanover High School

“I explained that the video tutorials were so wonderful that if they had a question, it was probably covered in the tutorials. Sure enough…someone asked a question about students collaborating on projects and sharing notecards. I was not familiar with this aspect of the program and I said, ‘Well, let’s see if it is covered in the video tutorials and there it was! It was wonderful to pull up a 2 minute video that quickly explained this feature.”

Kim went on to talk about how the students at Hanover High School use EasyBib to organize their research projects, evaluate and cite sources, and create notecards. From these digital note cards, students can create and print outlines and their Works Cited page. If you didn’t know this before, now you know! Her presentation at VAASL went so well that she “overheard one of the administrators who was a former English teacher comment that after seeing the EasyBib program in action that it made her want to go back to English class and teach research papers all over again!” Thanks for spreading the word Kim!

2 Comments

  1. Pat Griffin
    Posted January 3, 2013 at 1:15 pm | Permalink | Reply

    I would be nice to have a one page guide that we could share with students to show them how to access and use basic EasyBib features.

  2. terry
    Posted January 3, 2013 at 11:26 pm | Permalink | Reply

    good!

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