Make the most of the sources you've already found by:
Many databases, including Academic Search Complete and Google Scholar, will automatically generate citations from your search results.
You can also use one of the citation generators available on the web, a selection of which are listed below.
If you have a complex research project with numerous references to organize, you may want to consider using citation management software, the options for which are detailed in the boxes below.
RefWorks is a web-based personal citation database and bibliography creator that allow you to import, store, and share your research citations and automatically format your bibliographies into whatever style you need (APA, MLA, Chicago, and many more).
This webpage from UNC-Chapel Hill explains what literature reviews are and offers insights into their form and construction.
The guides below provides information and resources for creating APA style citations.
Note! As of August 2012 many ERIC documents published prior to 2005 have been taken off-line for the removal of sensitive personally identifiable information. You can still request these materials via interlibrary loan.