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RefWorks for DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY MEDICINE - Faculty Development

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RefWorks is an online research management, writing and …

RefWorks is an online research management, writing and
collaboration tool. It is designed to help researchers easily
gather, manage, store and share all types of information,
as well as generate citations and bibliographies.

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  • Personal bibliographic citation managers are tools for recording and using bibliographic citations. Most citation managers allow you to import citations from bibliographic databases, enter citations manually, store and manage citations, insert citations into documents, and create bibliographies. Citation managers save you from searching for that key resource you need to cite but cannot remember exactly where it was retrieved from. When you import citations into citation management software as you come across useful information, you save yourself a lot of work and stress later on when it comes time to compile your bibliography. There are many personal bibliographic citation managers available including EndNote , BibTex , Reference Manager , and RefWorks .
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    • 1. Nazi Torabi Research & Instructional Librarian Taylor Library March 09, 2011 Slides:http://www.slideshare.net/ntorabi DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY MEDICINE FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
    • 2.
      • Set up a RefWorks account
      • Create folders
      • Populating folders
          • Manually
          • Direct import
          • Indirect import
          • Website – Google Scholar /RefGrab it
      • Share folders with RefShare
      • Create a bibliography
      • Using Write-N-Cite
      • RefWorks off campus access
    • 3.
      • Personal bibliographic citation managers
      • Save citations as you search
      • Organize your research, Include citations while you write your paper
      • Import references from many data sources including databases, the UWO catalogue, even from web pages
      • Create bibliographies
      • Share citations with friends, colleagues, students, etc .
    • 4.
      • free to all UWO faculty, staff, and students
      • web-based so available anywhere and anytime
      • data is stored on a server in Toronto
      • data is backed up every night so you will not lose your data
    • 5.
      • Set up a RefWorks account
    • 6.
      • References organization by default:
        • Last imported folder
        • References not in a folder
        • Deleted references (deleted references will store here for 30 days)
    • 7.
        • Reference in a folder (e.g. Test2 folder)
        • References not in a folder
      Removing
    • 8.
      • Duplicates
      • Upload attachments
    • 9.
      • Sullivan-Taylor ,P,, et al. ( 2011 ). Data that Makes a Difference in Quality Improvements in Primary Health Care: Approaches through a Pan-Canadian Voluntary Electronic Medical Record Source. Studies in health technology and informatics . 164: 367-71 . (PMID: 21335738.)
    • 10.
      • This will automatically launch RefWorks and store the citations in your "Last Imported" folder. Direct export functionality is available from most database providers. e.g. SCOPUS
    • 11.
      • References have to be imported into RefWorks from a text file (txt.) created by saving references from a wide variety of online services and other bibliographic management programs. Text file will be imported into RefWorks via specific filters. e.g. PubMed
    • 12.
      • RefGrab-IT
      • Google Scholar
    • 13.
      • Organize folders
      • Sharing folders – RefShare
    • 14.
      • Output Style
      • Format a Bibliography from a List of References
    • 15.
      • Enables you to incorporate citations into your paper while you write . Automatically generates a bibliography when you're done.
      • Write- N- cite
      • From north California State University Libraries
    • 16.
      • Visit www.lib.uwo.ca
      • Login to off-Campus Access (connect to proxy)
      • Then, sign into RefWorks
      1 2
    • 17.
      • Group Code to access Write-n-Cite
    • 18.
      • Taylor Support Materials
      • RefWorks Help
      • Importing Citations from PubMed into RefWorks click here
      • RefWorks 2.0 Fundamentals Tutorial
    • 19. Email: ntorabi@uwo.ca Phone: (519) 661-2111 ext: 88992 Slides: http:// www.slideshare.net/ntorabi Blog: http://taylormedinfo.blogspot.com /