RefWorks is web-based software. If you are not on campus, you need to use VPN or the RefWorks GroupCode in order to log in.
Library home page > [at top on right side]Library A-Z > R > RefWorks
Link at “In order to use RefWorks….” Then, first time – “Sign Up for a New Account”
After first time, fill in Login Name and Password.
Click on regular Library link to RefWorks while on your handheld device or go to http://www.refworks.com/mobile/
Will be prompted for:
RefWorks can be used to build your own bibliographic database. You can add notes/comments/links/PDFs. You can also insert bibliographic references from your RefWorks database into a Microsoft Word document. Your choice among many styles – AuthorDate; numbered; general styles, e.g. MLA, Chicago, APA; many individual journal specifications, e.g. JAMA, JACS, PNAS.
Option 1: Another path to add citations into your RefWorks collection/folders
Option 2: Adding References From Josiah
Option 3: Export from a database
Some databases allow you to export direclty to RefWorks.
Option 4: Save/Import
Some databases do not have a Direct Export. May use a Save/Import.
Option 5: Type in your references
This includes in-text citations as well as full bibliographic information at end of paper.
After you Install Write-N-Cite (previous step), follow these steps:
If have no Write-N-Cite in your Microsoft Word, use OneLine/Cite view.
Created in Microsoft Word. With cursor in footnote at bottom of page, click “cite” from RefWorks citation. Footnotes work with MLA and some other styles, but note that it does not work for all styles. More information on footnotes and RefWorks.