Pasting a bunch of links into a document and making sense of them later will be counterproductive on this project. Map sources to exhibits - highlighting exactly what information it provides - throughout the research process.
This spreadsheet can be copied into your Google Drive and provides a method for tracking what information comes from each source.
Two other tips:
Unlike other projects, starting the citation process the week it's due will cause unnecessary stress. Save valuable time by using this documentation method.
Your business plan requires 2 types of citations: In-text citations in the written part of your plan and an alphabetized bibliography of citations at the end.
Remember:The goal of every in-text citation is to direct your readers back to the bibliography so they can verify the information on their own. They work together.
To ensure consistency, I suggest the free citation manager Zotero. Sources can be managed in group libraries, with PDFs included, and shared among team members.
For your business case or business plan's bibliography or reference list, or how to use in-text citations correctly, use JMU Libraries' COB 300 APA guide to check your work.
Neither the business librarian nor the peer research advisers has time to review the bibliographies for each student team. Therefore, we can't review any of them - it wouldn't be fair to do otherwise.
Instead, take advantage of the Complete APA Citation Guide for COB 300 and the Google Slides tutorials throughout the site that show where to get the information you need to cite popular business resources.