Refworks

refworks

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What is RefWorks?

RefWorks is an online research management and bibliography creator service.

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RefWorks Features:

  • Online - Your personal database of references and citations is stored online so you can access it from any computer, any time of day.
  • Unlimited Storage - There is no limit to the number of records you save in your RefWorks Account
  • Import References - You can import references automatically from many of our Databases
  • Sort & Manage your References - You can sort and organize your references quickly using folders, duplicate search, and author, keyword, and periodical searches.
  • Format your Bibliography in Any Style - You can easily reformat your bibliographies and manuscripts in seconds. Use RefWorks pre-configured styles (everything from APA to Chicago to Harvard formatting styles), or set-up your own style

For Assistance

For more information, check out the RefWorks videos on our Tutorials page, take a look at our RefWorks Subject Guide, or ask for help at the Library's Reference Desk.

 

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