6 ref works 2.0 search online databases in refworks 2.0
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Searching online information within RefWorks Did you know that you have access to many other online data sources right at your fingertips? And you can access those data sources without leaving RefWorks . Here we will learn how to conduct a search within RefWorks 2.0 and use the UCT Libraries Catalogue (ALEPH) as an example .
Searching within RefWorks Click on Search Select “Online Catalog or Database”
Searching within RefWorks 1. Click on the drop down box to see the list of all the data sources available to you. As an example, choose University of Cape Town Libraries. 2. The Advanced Search allows for various search options. We will conduct a search for a book called ‘Life on earth’ by E. Wilson. 3. Extra search fields will be displayed if you click on this green plus button.
Searching within RefWorks Click the search button once you have established your search criteria. A new window opens with all your search results. An extra search field is displayed. You can always add more fields to search by clicking on the green plus button.
Searching within RefWorks These references are not in your RefWorks account - we are just viewing the search results from the UCT library catalogue. The name of the online catalogue or database is always displayed in the upper right corner.
Searching within RefWorks Mark the reference you wish to import You can select a folder to import the references into (from “Import to folder”) or you can just click on the import button to place the references in the “last imported folder”.
Searching within RefWorks A window pops up to ask if you want to import the reference. Click OK
Searching within RefWorks Click on ‘View last imported Folder’ to view the reference.
Searching within RefWorks View a summary of your newly imported reference View a full view of your newly imported reference by clicking on this icon.