If you're in a rush to get your papers finished before the semester is over, Google can help you with some of the tedious stuff. Now, Google Docs can automatically create citations in your paper in MLA, APA and Chicago-style.
The new feature is part of Google Docs' Explore feature that lets you do research inside the document you're editing. Simply pick the link you want to cite and click the citation button. Choose the format that you prefer (from MLA, APA, or Chicago), and you're done.
This feature actually went live for regular Docs users a while back, but now it's going live for G Suite users. If you use Docs with a school account, they're probably using G Suite, which means you've been left out in the cold, but now you can join the proper citation party!