15 Monday 15th December 2014
When I was a go-getting student, I hated the drawn out process of citing books at the end of an essay. Even if you listed all the correct information, your crusty old lecturer would probably call you out for not using the correct referencing style. Well, I've just stumbled on a shortcut that could literally save all of you undergrads minutes of time.
Go to Google Scholar. Type in the book you wanna cite. Click search. Click 'cite' below the [book]. Boom, it comes up in all accepted styles. This is particularly helpful if you're being subjected to coursework over Christmas, and you need more time to make gravity bongs, purchase Xanax on the Silk Road or whatever else students do these days.
DAMN SON Y'ALL GON LEARN TODAY:
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