Escape assignment hell with this time-saving referencing app
It will write your entire bibliography in just a few minutes
It’s nearly time to hand in that assignment, and you’ve only got the last few paragraphs to write. But you can’t relax yet, there’s still the bibliography to write.
There’s no feeling worse than the crushing realisation that despite finishing your essay you’ve still got to spend the final hours before your deadline re-learning how to do Harvard referencing (it doesn’t matter how many times you’ve done it before, you always forget).
All you can do is blunder your way through it, cursing under your breath that there isn’t an easier way to write a bibliography.
Turns out though, there is an easier way. If you’ve not downloaded the auto-referencing app RefME yet, available to download for free here, you’re giving yourself a load of extra pain and work for no reason.
RefME compiles your entire bibliography in a matter of minutes. Just use the award-winning iOS and Android app to scan the barcodes of the books and journals you’ve used, and they’ll automatically be converted into an alphabetical bibliography in Harvard referencing style (other styles are available as well).
This bibliography is then stored in the cloud, ready for you to access online and paste into your essay. The website also has a range of browser plug-ins that will help you add e-journals and websites to your bibliography too.
Working in the library? All your citations can be accessed from any computer, and can also be exported via email and Evernote so you don’t have to worry about copying them to a memory stick you’ll no doubt lose on your way to the printer.
So, rather than prolonging your essay woes and spending night after night hunting down books and finding out publisher information and edition number, you can now get that assignment finished early enough to give you plenty of time to plan the obligatory hand-in selfie.