Citation management tools help you manage your research, collect and cite sources, and create bibliographies in a variety of citation styles. Zotero is free software that you can install on your computer -- it helps organize your research, and then connects to Word to makes it much easier to create in-text citations and bibliographies. The library has created this handy guide to using Zotero -- including unlimited storage while a UCB student, staff or faculty -- by syncing your files to Box!
It's always good to double check the formatting -- none of the software is always perfect!
The fulltext of APA 6th is not available online, but we do have print copies in the reference collection of the Social Welfare and EdPsych Libraries at BF76.7 P83 2010, and it's available at other libraries on campus as well.
Basics of APA Style -- tutorial from APA on how to how to structure and format your work, reduce bias in language, avoid charges of plagiarism, cite references in text and it provides selected reference examples. The APA Style Blog -- is searchable by topic and contains weekly posts by APA experts . They also provide help on common questions -- such as How to cite a source found in another source?
If you and 4-5 other students want a workshop on Zotero let me know -- we'll try and find a time that works for everyone!