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REFWORKS Presented and compiled by Jen Eidelman http://www.lib.uct.ac.za/esl Email: jen.eidelman@uct.ac.za
What about importing files from online database services that don’t have a direct import to RefWorks? No Problem! We will ...
http://www.lib.uct.ac.za From Electronic Resources choose Databases Importing text files
Importing text files Choose Web of Science from the database list
Importing text files First choose All Databases from the tab options <ul><li>Thirdly, conduct a search in the search boxes...
Importing text files 1. Choose the article you wish to import 2. Click ‘Add to marked list’
Importing text files 1. A tick will show that this article has been added to the marked list. 2. Click ‘Marked List’
Importing text files 1. Select the fields you wish to include in the output 2. Select ‘Plain text’ from the drop down opti...
Importing text files Click ‘Save’
Importing text files Choose ‘Save’
Importing text files Name and save the file as a .txt file
Importing text files Go to RefWorks and Choose ‘Import’ in the ‘References’ toolbar.
Importing text files In the Data Source Field choose University of Cape Town In the Database Field choose Web of Knowledge
Importing text files 1. Choose ‘Import data from the following text file’ 2. Click ‘Choose file’
Importing text files Choose the file you saved previously and then click ‘Open’
Importing text files Click ‘Import’ The file has been added here
Importing text files Choose View last imported folder
Importing text files The information has been added to RefWorks
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  1. 1. REFWORKS Presented and compiled by Jen Eidelman http://www.lib.uct.ac.za/esl Email: jen.eidelman@uct.ac.za
  2. 2. What about importing files from online database services that don’t have a direct import to RefWorks? No Problem! We will use the ISI Web of Knowledge database to show you how to import text files.
  3. 3. http://www.lib.uct.ac.za From Electronic Resources choose Databases Importing text files
  4. 4. Importing text files Choose Web of Science from the database list
  5. 5. Importing text files First choose All Databases from the tab options <ul><li>Thirdly, conduct a search in the search boxes. As an example, use the terms: </li></ul><ul><li>Pollution or contamination or sewage or oil </li></ul><ul><li>AND </li></ul><ul><li>Marine or ocean or sea </li></ul><ul><li>AND </li></ul><ul><li>Biodiversity </li></ul>Secondly, change the drop downs to ‘topic’ Finally, click ‘Search’
  6. 6. Importing text files 1. Choose the article you wish to import 2. Click ‘Add to marked list’
  7. 7. Importing text files 1. A tick will show that this article has been added to the marked list. 2. Click ‘Marked List’
  8. 8. Importing text files 1. Select the fields you wish to include in the output 2. Select ‘Plain text’ from the drop down option 3. Select Save to file
  9. 9. Importing text files Click ‘Save’
  10. 10. Importing text files Choose ‘Save’
  11. 11. Importing text files Name and save the file as a .txt file
  12. 12. Importing text files Go to RefWorks and Choose ‘Import’ in the ‘References’ toolbar.
  13. 13. Importing text files In the Data Source Field choose University of Cape Town In the Database Field choose Web of Knowledge
  14. 14. Importing text files 1. Choose ‘Import data from the following text file’ 2. Click ‘Choose file’
  15. 15. Importing text files Choose the file you saved previously and then click ‘Open’
  16. 16. Importing text files Click ‘Import’ The file has been added here
  17. 17. Importing text files Choose View last imported folder
  18. 18. Importing text files The information has been added to RefWorks
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