Most people have found that throughout their school career, they have created Bibliographies and Works Cited pages frequently though they have done so using MLA styles or Chicago style. Therefore, when they get to college and find that they are required to use APA styles, they get all confused. It can be tough to go from one method to another, especially if you have to switch between methods frequently. For example, if you have three or four teachers that require MLA or Chicago and then have one teacher that prefers APA, you could get confused quickly. Therefore, you may want to consider a bibliography maker.
What It Does
The bibliography maker takes your information and creates Works Cited entries for you, based on what you provide. There are many options out there, but they typically ask you which format you’re using, the source type and the title of the book. For example, you can input APA format, a book and the author or title of the book. It will find all the options available, you will select which option you want, and it will generate the Works Cited entry for you. Then, you can copy and paste it into your Word document in the appropriate place, making the creation of bibliographies much easier.
Reasons To Use It
The primary reason people choose this option is to make the finishing process much quicker. Most people spend as much time or more on the Works Cited page as they do writing the piece, which can seem a daunting task. That means you must leave enough time and energy available to write out all the entries and get them in the correct format so you can turn in your work on time.
Even if you don’t want to use the bibliography maker for every entry, you can get an idea of what the entries should look like until you feel comfortable doing them on your own. You can also use it for tricky entries, such as those without an author or those with a confusing title.
Where To Find It
Many websites offer this service, and most of them are free to use. Some will require you to sign up for the service while others will allow you to start and go.
Many times, you can continue generating entries until you are finished and then copy/paste the entire thing into your document.