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How to Use Opposing Viewpoints

Get the basics, grab citations and help.

1. Export from Gale

Tip Login in EasyBib First!

If you open a new tab in your browser and login in EasyBib before you export from a database, the citation will automatically launch in EasyBib. Much easier! 

  
These examples are from Opposing Viewpoints, but the steps are the same in Gale Literary Sources Literary Sources, GVRL eBooks, Health Reference Center Academic and Science in Context.

Start off on your article or eBook page to export your citation to EasyBib. Here's how:

2. Select EasyBib

When the citation window pops up, select EasyBib under Export.

EasyBib

 

EasyBib helps you generate citations and create bibliographies in all our top citation styles, including ACS, APA, Chicago, GSA, MLA 7, MLA 8 and more! COM students can get free access to EasyBib using the COM Library code and creating a free account. Once you are signed in you can get EasyBib to:

  • Save your sources Automatically
  • Generate citations for our sources
  • Automatically convert from one citation style to another
  • Automatically generate your bibliography, works cited or references page
  • Automatically generate your title page in APA, Chicago/Turabian and MLA styles
  • Automatically generate a parenthetical (in text) citation for APA and MLA styles.

3. Review Your Citation

If you are already logged into EasyBib the citation will automaticaly launch in EasyBib.

You should review your citation. By default it will be formatted into the last citation style that you used, but you can change it into any style by using the tabs above or the More pull down menu.