Wouldn't you like to automatically transfer the author, title, and citation information directly to software and create a database of your research without typing the information? That is exactly what Endnote Web (Thomson Reuters) does. It is especially useful for big projects or ongoing research.
Students, faculty and staff can create and access an EndNote Web account for free as part of the UMC Library's Biosis subscription. You must be on campus to Sign Up for an account. There is a useful getting started guide on the homepage..
You can transfer and organize citations directly from some databases (Ebsco and Biosis). For some databases you can save the citations and import them into Endnote Web (Proquest, Gale, PubMed). An easy process. Give it a try.
Endnote also has a PC based version which can be purchased at a discount by students.