Grammarly and EasyBib Add-In for Office 365


How to write the perfect English exam

I have written about this topic several times. See here, 3 powerful grammar checkers tools, 20+ web tools to help students with their writing and how to avoid common mistakes.

This time I would like to show you how I use Grammarly to correct papers. It is a good point for students too. In fact, I would love to buy the premium version for all my teachers next year. I bought it myself this year. Later in this post, I will show you how to install EasyBib Add-In for Office 365.

How to use Grammarly

“The autocorrect function is redundant for me. I’m married.”

I have made a video below where I show you how to use the plagiarism function in Grammarly. It is a good supplement to the function within our learning management platform. It makes sense to me to correct using these functions. It works best in a Windows environment, but there is an online option for Mac as well. The cool thing is that Grammarly also works in Chrome like right now when I am writing this text. Show your students how you find out that they have borrowed material and that is is quite okay as long as they let us know. Grammarly suggests APA, that is what we use in our school. APA format is the official style of the American Psychological Association(APA) and is commonly used to cite sources in psychology, education, and the social sciences. Source: verywell mind.

Let the students know how easy it is to do this with EasyBib Add-in for Office 365.

Easybib can be installed by going here; Easybid Add-in for Office 365. Choose get started with Add-in Open in Word Online. Below I have a picture using it and here I quote the commercial text from Microsoft.

Easily create, save, and add citations to your paper with the EasyBib Add-in for Office 365.

With the EasyBib Add-in for Office 365, you can:

  • Save time by automatically citing a book, website, or journal article using an ISBN, URL, or source title.
  • Easily create, save, and add citations directly into your paper without ever leaving your document.
  • Save effort by choosing to automatically format your citations in MLA, APA, or Chicago style.

 

 

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