There are a number of citation generators and reference managers you can use to help with your referencing. These are handy tools but not always accurate, so you should always check your references against the APA guide.
A citation generator can generate in-text citations and reference lists. You will likely still need to enter the information manually, however. Once you have done so, you can copy and paste the citation/reference list entries into your assignment.
Common citation generators
Reference management tools
A reference management tool does more than just generate citations/references, it also keeps a library of your resources and helps you to manage them. A reference management tool is a piece of software that you download to your computer—often accompanied by extensions for word processors and browsers. The software can generate in-text citations and reference lists for you, but you will likely still need to enter the information manually. The software keeps a record of the resources you have used in a library, so you can keep and reference them by inserting them where needed.
Some common reference management tools:
Pros and cons of reference management tools
You can export citations from OneSearch to some reference management tools.
Note: Remember that these are computer generated so may not always be correct. Always check your references against the guide.
To do so, once you are in the PDF of the document, select the export button down the right-side of the page:
Then select "Direct Export in RIS Format..."