Bibliographic Citation Software allows you to organize your references easily and insert them into your paper as you write. Once you have the software installed, you can "Export" your citations directly from the database to your citation manager. Here are three options that are available.
A popular commercial product is EndNote which costs approximately $275 or you can purchase a student edition for around $150. If you plan to develop a research library to support your future clinical practice, this can be a really useful tool.
There are two free versions that will suffice for classwork.
In recent years, the University Library subscribed to the RefWorks software, but this is being phased out. If you have been using RefWorks, this guide will help you convert your citation information to Zotero.
Using EbscoHost in APA PsycInfo
If you choose not to use a bibliographic citation manager, APA PsycInfo and other Ebsco databases offer excellent tools to aid your research process. You can place articles into a folder, save your search strategy, and find an APA citation for the article. The information remains in a folder indefinitely and you can create multiple folders for different research projects.
Retrieving Articles & Searches:
How to Cite Your Article: