Showing posts with label Word Templates. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Word Templates. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 8, 2021

How to Quickly Create a Bibliography in Word

In my previous post I wrote about why every fall I revisit how to cite sources and create bibliographies. In that post I also included directions for using inline citation and bibliography generator in Google Docs. Microsoft Word has a very similar tool that students can use. 

In this short video I demonstrate how to insert citations and create a bibliography in Microsoft Word documents.

  

Applications for Education
Whenever I write blog posts or publish videos about tools like these I get emails from readers who like to point out that bibliography tools make it "too easy" or that there is some discrepancy between the tool and the latest minor update to MLA or APA. My point in getting middle school and high school students to use these tools is to help them build the habit of citing their sources. When they reach the point that they have a college professor who is a stickler for bibliography formats or they're submitting research papers to journals then they can worry about the minutia of the bibliography standards of academic research papers. 

Saturday, February 20, 2016

35 Permission Slip Templates

If you have ever organized a field trip, you have probably had to gather permission slips signed by your students' parents. Your school might have a standardized template for permission slips or it might not. Should you find yourself having to create your own permission slips and field trip letters, take a look at the templates available on Template Lab.

On Template Lab you will find 35 permission slip and field trip letter templates. All of the templates are available to download for free. The downloads are Word files that you can edit to meet your specific needs.

Before you start writing a permission slip or field trip letter from scratch, take a look at Template Lab.