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refDot makes citations simple by pulling them from Amazon

If you’ve ever written a paper for a college course, you’re well aware of the fact that you need to give proper citations at the end, or suffer a loss of many points. While it wouldn’t seem like a ton of work, if you have several books that you’ve referenced, you might start to wish that there was some shortcut for compiling that information. Thanks to a simple Chrome extension, there is.

refDot is an extension that specializes in pulling citation information for you. Just browse to the Amazon page of whatever book you used, and click the bar at the top that says “click here to reference.” The information will be saved, and when you’re ready, you can export the information as plain text, or HTML. From there, just copy it to your paper, and you’re all finished.

Scott – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


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