Web-based Citation Managers that we have subscriptions to:
EndNote Basic/EndNote Web allows you to save citations to a personal database and then format those citations in footnotes, endnotes, or bibliographies. It is available through Web of Science. Check out EndNote Basic help.
Free Web-based Citation Managers: Zotero and Mendeley are two of the free citation managers that are commonly used in academic circles; we don't have formalized support for them, but they have help pages and your librarian may be using one or more of them.
Many databases provided by the libraries have a "Cite" feature built in. When you are looking at the detailed information for an item, look for a link or button for citing. If available, click on it; a pop-up screen will show citations in various styles that you can cut and paste into your bibliography. Be sure to check them for accuracy.
Citation styles used in the Bumpers College vary, and may include those for a particular journal. RefWorks and EndNote Basic will let you choose among hundreds of styles. Use what your professor specifies.