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Introduction to Refworks

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An Introduction to RefWorks overview presented to doctoral students in the Syracuse University iSchool on January 7, 2009. Accompanying notes are at …

An Introduction to RefWorks overview presented to doctoral students in the Syracuse University iSchool on January 7, 2009. Accompanying notes are at http://tomkeays.com/about/presentations/refworks_ischool_2009/ischool_refworks.pdf.

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  • Welcome to this introduction to RefWorks class. My name is Tom Keays. I’m a science librarian here at SU (Syracuse University) and I can be found most days at the SciTech Library over in Carnegie. Over the next hour or so, I’m going to try to give you a good understanding of what the program is designed to do and how you can use it to improve your research productivity.

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  • 1. Introduction to RefWorks Tom Keays [email_address]
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    • Citation Support page
      • http://library.syr.edu/cite/
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  • 5. What We’ll Cover
    • We will learn how to:
    • Get help via Library Citation Support pages
    • Sign up for an individual RefWorks account
    • Add citations to RefWorks from databases
    • Organize citations within RefWorks
    • Add citations from RefWorks to a paper
    • Format citations in a paper (create a bibliography with Write-N-Cite)
    • Cite webpages using RefGrab-It bookmarklet
  • 6. Sign up for an individual Refworks account
    • Create a new account
    • Log in to an existing account
    • Citation Support page
      • http://library.syr.edu/cite/
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  • 11. Adding citations to RefWorks
    • Manually enter citations
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  • 14. Adding citations to RefWorks
    • Manually enter citations
    • Import citations from a text file or by copying and pasting
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  • 21. Adding citations to RefWorks
    • Manually enter citations
    • Import citations from a text file or by copying and pasting
    • Export citations from a database that includes a direct export feature
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  • 23. Turn off pop-up blockers
    • Internet Explorer
  • 24. Turn off pop-up blockers
    • Firefox, Netscape, and Mozilla
  • 25. Turn off pop-up blockers
    • Firefox, Netscape, and Mozilla
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  • 29. Organize citations within Refworks
    • Creating and naming folders
    • Adding citations to folders
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  • 36. Adding citations to RefWorks
    • Manually enter citations
    • Import citations from a text file or by copying and pasting
    • Export citations from a database that includes a direct export feature
    • Search > Online Catalog or Database
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  • 43. Write-N-Cite
    • Add references to a paper (Microsoft Word document)
    • Format the reference list using a citation style that you choose
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  • 55. {{900 Beyer,H.L. 2007 }}
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  • 65. RefGrab-It
    • Add RefGrab-It “bookmarklet” to browser links toolbar
    • Use RefGrab-It to import webpages
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  • 77. Introduction to RefWorks Questions?