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RefWorks 2: Exporting References - Library Search and Journal Databases

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RefWorks 2: Exporting References - Library Search and Journal Databases

  1. 1. Exporting references: Library Search and journal databases RefWorks 2
  2. 2. Exporting references to RefWorks Discover how to export references from some of our library resources including: • Library Search • EBSCO Databases • IEEE Xplore • Science Direct Access these Library Resources: myUniHub > MyStudy > MyLibrary > Library Search/Databases See RefWorks guide 9 to learn how to export references from MathSciNet
  3. 3. Export from Library Search to RefWorks myUniHub > My Study > MyLibrary > Library Search Click here. You will then be asked to confirm if you wish to ‘Continue exporting to RefWorks’. More later.
  4. 4. Exporting multiple references from Library Search Firstly save items that you want to export to RefWorks into your Favourites folder by clicking on the ‘pin’ icon (to the right of each reference). When you have saved all the references you want, go to your Favourites folder by clicking on the ‘Pin’ symbol at the top right of screen…. ….then select the items from your Favourites folder that you want to export to RefWorks. Click on the three dots to see more options and select ‘RefWorks’. The references will be exported to RefWorks.
  5. 5. Exporting referencing continued… When you export references to RefWorks, you will be asked to confirm if you wish to ‘Continue exporting to RefWorks?’. Choose the ‘newest version of RefWorks’. Continued on next slide….
  6. 6. Import your new reference (s) Click ‘Import’ – your reference(s) will be automatically saved to your Last Imported folder…. …click ‘OK’ to complete the process and open up your Last Imported folder. Your new reference will be at the top of the folder.
  7. 7. Choose where to send the reference(s) New references will be automatically saved to your Last Imported folder, however you can choose to save the reference in to one of your other folders if you have already set them up. Click on ‘Import’ when ready. Once references have been imported, they can be moved to other folders. See RefWorks guide 5 (Organising and managing your references) to learn more about folders.
  8. 8. Export from EBSCO databases* to RefWorks Click on the article title, then ‘Export’, select ‘Direct Export to RefWorks’ and ‘Save’. The reference will be exported to your Last Imported folder in RefWorks. *EBSCO databases include Art Full Text, Business Source Complete, CINAHL, Computer Source, Medline, PsychInfo and SportDiscus. Access: myUniHub > MyStudy > MyLibrary > Databases.
  9. 9. Export from IEEE Xplore to RefWorks myUniHub > MyStudy > MyLibrary > Databases > I Click on the article title, then click on ‘Cite This’. Select ‘RefWorks’ and click on ‘Go to RefWorks’. The reference will be exported to your Last Imported folder in RefWorks.
  10. 10. Export from Science Direct to RefWorks myUniHub > MyStudy > MyLibrary > Databases > S Click on ‘Export’ and then ‘Save to RefWorks’. The reference will be exported to your Last Imported folder in RefWorks.
  11. 11. More help using RefWorks https://libguides.mdx.ac.uk/plagiarismreferencing/NewRW
  12. 12. Need further help? Your Librarian is: Vanessa Hill v.hill@mdx.ac.uk https://libguides.mdx.ac.uk/VanessaHill June 2020 Referencing http://libguides.mdx.ac.uk/plagiarismreferencing

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