CSU has a few really useful resources to help you get your head around referencing for your assessments. Firstly, try checking out our Referencing at CSU page. There's information about what referencing is, why we reference, and how to reference, as well as links to the Academic Referencing Tool (ART) and to the CSU Guide to APA Referencing.
For those of you who are a little more experienced with referencing, but want to find a way to make it a little less time consuming, maybe it's time you considered EndNote? EndNote is a bibliographic software package, which can be used to manage your references and even insert citations in Word documents. The software's compatible with Macs and PCs, and free to CSU staff and students. Check out your CSU Library's EndNote Guide for downloading instructions, as well as as tips for setting up, and getting started.
Online Library Workshops! We have EndNote workshops for Mac and PC users, at both an introductory level, and for the more advanced users. Workshops run at the beginning of every session, and there are still spots available for the coming weeks, so get in now!