RedLightGreen – Search 130 Million Library Titles and automatically create citations

http://www.redlightgreen.com/

Via David Mattison came news from the library world of this service aimed at undergraduates and the librarians that support them. RedLightGreen is a service from the Research Libraries Group (get it?) that allows users to search over 130 million library catalogue entries. The user can then automatically create citations in either MLA, APA, Chicago or Turabian styles, and with one click also check their local library for title availability. The service is free to anyone; if you are like me and only have to do academic citations irregularly, this is invaluable. – SWL

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RedLightGreen – Search 130 Million Library Titles and automatically create citations

3 thoughts on “RedLightGreen – Search 130 Million Library Titles and automatically create citations

  1. Curt Castillow says:

    I accessed the website and tested it by searching for a popular and obscure book in education. Immediately it returned a bibliography of both books in APA format.

    I concur with you that this website is invaluable especially if you deplore typing bibliographies as much as I do. I bookmarked the site on my browser.

    Thanks for refering us to the site.

    Curt Castillow

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