scrible and EasyBib Integration!

We’re excited to announce our partnership with online annotation tool scrible! As online content has become the most commonly utilized resource for students, it only makes sense that the method of research and annotation had to evolve, as well. With scrible, you’re able to annotate and highlight webpages and articles right from your browser and save them to your scrible Library, so you never have to worry about losing your work or misplacing an online bookmark. Using filters, tags and full-text search, you can then organize the articles however you want. Because your work is saved on the cloud, collaboration is a breeze. scrible is free to use and their Student Edition is a free upgrade for students that adds additional features like the ability to capture citations, create bibliographies, summaries and more in one click.

Now, EasyBib users can easily export citations of articles in their scrible Library to EasyBib. All you have to do is select the articles in your scrible Library and click the “Export to EasyBib” button at the top of the scrible Library menu. A new browser tab opens up and you’ll see the corresponding citations in an EasyBib bibliography.

scrible EasyBib integration

Export to EasyBib is currently only supported in scrible’s Student Edition. To learn more about scrible Student Edition, visit their website.

Danny Chan

Danny Chan

Marketing Manager at Imagine Easy Solutions
Danny graduated with from Stony Brook University (GO SEAWOLVES!). He is currently in charge of marketing at Imagine Easy Solutions. He has an obsession of pandas and meows during office hours. He is still waiting for his acceptance letter to Hogwarts.
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