If you don't want to use RefWorks, try one of these other citation management options. These are free, but you may have to create an account to use them.
Tip! When citing an article from a journal, remember use the template for a journal article citation, not a website. Yes, the article may be found on the web, but it's important to cite the information from the journal, not the website.
1. For an article found in a print journal, include the basic citation information:
Peanut, X., Butter, Y. Y., & Jelly, Z. Z. Z. (2016). Sandwich ingredient preferences of common ravens (Corvus corax) (Corvidae) in Anchorage dumpsters. Avian Biology 12(2), 1453-1461.
2. For an article found online that includes a DOI (Digital Object Identifier), include the basic citation information plus the DOI:
Banana, A. B., & Apple, C. (2014). Preferred fruit selections of hungry University of Alaska Anchorage students. Journal of Health and Human Behavior, 446(3), 77-83. doi:12.3456/123456789
Tip! Biology 108 uses APA style according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition, so you will need to format your list of references to this particular style.
Remember, it's ALWAYS important to double-check the accuracy of the citations in your list of references to make sure that you have: