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RefWorks 2.0           BETA  RefWorks in 15 Minutes
AGENDA1)   Get the Group Code & Create an account2)   Export references3)   Create a new folder4)   Organize references in...
RefWorks 2.0BETAGet the Group Code &Create an account          Top
Get Group CodeGo to: refworks.ucalgary.ca and click “Get the Group Code”              Login with your IT Username         ...
For Alumni Only            If you are a graduate of the UofC, you have            access to RefWorks. Follow the instructi...
Enter Group Code     Enter group code in space provided
Log in to RefWorks 2.0 by clicking link
Sign up for an account
RefWorks 2.0BETAExport references            Top
EXPORTING For   information on exporting:     Go to the Exporting tab     Check out my Exporting presentation
RefWorks 2.0BETACreate a New folder &Organize References intoFolder            Top
Creating a Folder• Click “New Folder”• Name folder• Click “Create”
Adding Reference to Folder(s)• Select citations• Select folder on pull-down menu• Note: One reference can go in multiple f...
RefWorks 2.0BETASelecting Output Styles            Top
 Login to RefWorks In Main Toolbar, select Bibliography >  Output style manager
Output Style ManagerSearch forspecific styles                                         Arrows will add orChoose your       ...
RefWorks 2.0BETACreate a Bibliography            Top
Creating a Bibliography (using RefWorks)      Login to RefWorks      In Main toolbar, Select Bibliography > Create
   Choose output style   Choose File Type (choose Word for Windows or Word for Mac if    wanted in Word)   Choose “Refe...
RefWorks 2.0BETAUsing Write-N-Cite III              Top
RefWorks Guide: How To For a detailed, video explanation of using  Write-N-Cite in Word please visit the  RefWorks Guide ...
   Download Write-N-Cite from RefWorks   Go to Tools > Write-N-Cite       Download v.III for PC or v.2.5 for Mac
   Open Word   Go to Ad-Ins in Word Ribbon   Open Write-N-Cite   Login
   Begin writing in Word   When ready to cite, go to Write-N-Cite   Click “Cite” link next to reference you want to cit...
   When ready to format, go to Write-N-Cite   Scroll to top   Click “Bibliography”
 Choose  output style Click Create Bibliography
 In-text        citations and bibliography will be  created
Help! For help, e-mail refworks@ucalgary.ca Check out  http://library.ucalgary.ca/icinstruct for our  current class sche...
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  1. 1. RefWorks 2.0 BETA RefWorks in 15 Minutes
  2. 2. AGENDA1) Get the Group Code & Create an account2) Export references3) Create a new folder4) Organize references into a folder5) Selecting Output Styles6) Create a bibliography7) Using Write-N-Cite III
  3. 3. RefWorks 2.0BETAGet the Group Code &Create an account Top
  4. 4. Get Group CodeGo to: refworks.ucalgary.ca and click “Get the Group Code” Login with your IT Username and Password (beginning of your UofC email address)
  5. 5. For Alumni Only If you are a graduate of the UofC, you have access to RefWorks. Follow the instructions on the last slide and, instead of logging in, Click “Alumni Group Code”Enter eID information.For more informationon your eID click here.
  6. 6. Enter Group Code Enter group code in space provided
  7. 7. Log in to RefWorks 2.0 by clicking link
  8. 8. Sign up for an account
  9. 9. RefWorks 2.0BETAExport references Top
  10. 10. EXPORTING For information on exporting:  Go to the Exporting tab  Check out my Exporting presentation
  11. 11. RefWorks 2.0BETACreate a New folder &Organize References intoFolder Top
  12. 12. Creating a Folder• Click “New Folder”• Name folder• Click “Create”
  13. 13. Adding Reference to Folder(s)• Select citations• Select folder on pull-down menu• Note: One reference can go in multiple folders
  14. 14. RefWorks 2.0BETASelecting Output Styles Top
  15. 15.  Login to RefWorks In Main Toolbar, select Bibliography > Output style manager
  16. 16. Output Style ManagerSearch forspecific styles Arrows will add orChoose your delete outputfavourite style styles from favourites Choose favourite output styles for creating bibliographies  Must choose favourites BEFORE using Write-N-Cite
  17. 17. RefWorks 2.0BETACreate a Bibliography Top
  18. 18. Creating a Bibliography (using RefWorks)  Login to RefWorks  In Main toolbar, Select Bibliography > Create
  19. 19.  Choose output style Choose File Type (choose Word for Windows or Word for Mac if wanted in Word) Choose “References to include” (Narrow by folder or My List) Create Bibliography Bibliography will be created
  20. 20. RefWorks 2.0BETAUsing Write-N-Cite III Top
  21. 21. RefWorks Guide: How To For a detailed, video explanation of using Write-N-Cite in Word please visit the RefWorks Guide and view the “How-To” tab How to use Write-N-Cite in Word (video) can be found here
  22. 22.  Download Write-N-Cite from RefWorks Go to Tools > Write-N-Cite  Download v.III for PC or v.2.5 for Mac
  23. 23.  Open Word Go to Ad-Ins in Word Ribbon Open Write-N-Cite Login
  24. 24.  Begin writing in Word When ready to cite, go to Write-N-Cite Click “Cite” link next to reference you want to cite A temporary citation, highlighted in grey, will appear in your Word document
  25. 25.  When ready to format, go to Write-N-Cite Scroll to top Click “Bibliography”
  26. 26.  Choose output style Click Create Bibliography
  27. 27.  In-text citations and bibliography will be created
  28. 28. Help! For help, e-mail refworks@ucalgary.ca Check out http://library.ucalgary.ca/icinstruct for our current class schedule View RefWorks 2.0 tutorials: http://www.refworks- cos.com/refworks/tutorials/basic.html View RefWorks Guide at: http://libguides.ucalgary.ca/refworks
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