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Credo Reference Links Up With

Credo Reference (, the online reference library, announced a partnership with ( With all the databases, websites, and print sources available, compiling research, writing a paper, and citing resources can be difficult and time-consuming for many students. The new partnership between EasyBib and Credo is designed to make the process easier. Students can research their topics using Credo Reference and its gateways to other library resources, and, with just one click, they can keep track of their bibliographic data during the research process, instead of waiting until the end to compile their bibliography.

Unlike reference managers that are geared toward higher-level university students, EasyBib's intuitive design requires no learning curve and generates accurate bibliographies covering more than 55 different source types.

"We're delighted with this exciting new partnership," commented Michael Sweet, Credo CEO. "Not only is it another step towards making Credo more discoverable to the millions of students already using EasyBib, but it also creates value at the library by bridging the gap that often exists between today's users and the library resources available to them." is an automatic bibliography maker, providing quick and accurate formatting to compile a works-cited list. Founded in 2001 by students, EasyBib is headquartered in New York City and is used by more than 16 million students. EasyBib offers up-to-date formatting in MLA, APA, and Chicago styles; footnotes; parenthetical citations; and more.

Source: Credo Reference

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