EDUTL 8334: Research Methods in Children and Young Adult Literature

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ZoteroBib is a free, online tool to let you create quick one-off bibliographies for term papers, posters, and presentations. Just search using the title, ISBN, URL, or other basic information, select your citation style, and get an accurate citation to copy into your bibliography.  Or keep adding items to your project for a full bibliography.  

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