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How to use the RefWorks citation management program  

Instruction on how to create your RefWorks account, save citations to RefWorks, and create a reference list/bibliography using RefWorks.
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Tired of trying to save and manage your citations in a Word document?

Do you wish you could easily generate a reference list or bibliography?

RefWorks can help!

RefWorks is an online citation management program that allows you to save citations and generate reference lists and bibliographies. This guide will take you through the process of setting up your RefWorks account, adding citations into RefWorks, and creating a reference list/bibliography of your citations.

 

Creating your account Instructions on how to create your RefWorks Account.
Adding citations How to add citations to RefWorks.
Creating a reference list Step by step instructions on how to create a reference list or bibliography from the citations you have saved to RefWorks.
Write-N-Cite
Instructions on how to use Write-N-Cite, a plugin for Microsoft Word, to cite references from your RefWorks account in a Word document.
Migrating to RefWorks

Instructions on how to transfer data into RefWorks from other bibliographic management programs, such as EndNote or Zotero.

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