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Getting references into your account


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Getting references into your account

  1. 1. RefWorks 2.0 BETA<br />Getting References Into Your Account<br />
  2. 2. Special Note on Exporting:<br />I will not cover all databases in this slideshow. <br />I will cover:<br />Summon &<br />Google Scholar<br />If there are other databases you would like to export from but do not know how, go to the Exporting tab.<br />If there your specific database is not in the list, please email<br />
  3. 3. Summon<br />Summon is the search box you first see when going to the library homepage<br /><ul><li>When you search in Summon, each result has a folder next to it
  4. 4. Click folder to save item
  5. 5. After reference is in folder, a green check mark appears on folder</li></li></ul><li>Summon (Continued)<br /><ul><li>A static bar at the bottom of the results page is where your “Saved Items” are located.
  6. 6. Click the “Saved Items” folder to view and export items
  7. 7. A box with your references will appear
  8. 8. At the top is a link to RefWorks
  9. 9. Click to export
  10. 10. When prompted, login to RefWorks to import the references from Summon</li></li></ul><li>Google Scholar<br /><ul><li>When you go to Google Scholar, there is a link in the top, right-hand corner to “Scholar Preferences”
  11. 11. Click to change your preferences and allow exporting to RefWorks</li></li></ul><li>Google Scholar (Continued)<br /><ul><li>Scroll to the bottom of the “Scholar Preferences” page
  12. 12. You will see a section for Bibliography Manager.
  13. 13. Click the “Show Links to import citations into” radio button
  14. 14. Select “RefWorks” from the pull-down menu
  15. 15. Make sure to Save Preferences</li></li></ul><li>Google Scholar (Continued)<br /><ul><li>Once you save your preferences you will be returned to the Google Scholar Search box.
  16. 16. Search for a topic of your choice
  17. 17. Your results will look like this:
  18. 18. Last link below short abstract is “Import into RefWorks”
  19. 19. Click link to export
  20. 20. Login to RefWorkswhen prompted
  21. 21. *Note*: you can only export one reference at a time from Google Scholar</li></li></ul><li>More Exporting<br />I have detailed exporting from other databases on my Exporting Page.<br />You can also view the RefWorks Help page, Importing from Online Data Vendors. <br />
  22. 22. Help!<br />For help, e-mail<br />Check out for our current class schedule<br />View RefWorks 2.0 tutorials:<br />View RefWorks Guide at:<br />