Handout #1: Introduction to RefWorks

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This guide is a brief overview of some RefWorks features.

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Handout #1: Introduction to RefWorks

  1. 1. RefWorks 1. Last Imported - Folders Your most recently imported citation(s) go here Log-in name: ____________ 2. References not in a folder - Password: _______________ Home to any reference not in a folder 3. “My List” It is used for temporary actions Adding Citations Place citations in here to: 1. Direct import from database Print, Export, Edit Look for an icon or “Export” link The citations stored here will only be stored 2. Searching a library catalog in RefWorks here during your current session in RefWorks Search > Online Catalog or Database Write n’ Cite 3. Create your own References > Add new reference 1. Open Write n’ Cite 2. Sign into your RefWorks account 3. Open your Word document 4. Place your cursor where you would like to enter a citation Creating a Bibliography 5. In the Write n’ Cite window, navigate to 1. On the menu bar, click “Bibliography” the cite you want and click “cite” 2. Select your “Output Style” (citation 6. Repeat steps 4 & 5 for each citation you style; over 500 to choose from!) want to add 3. Select “Format a Bibliography from a 7. When finished entering your in-text List of References” citations, in your Write n’ Cite window, 4. Choose your file type click “Bibliography” and chose your citation style HTML (copy & paste into a document) 8. Click Word (save as a Word file) Write n’ Cite takes the in-text citations you 5. Select which references to include used and creates a bibliography (having them in folders comes in handy…) Have a Question? Run into a problem? 6. Click Contact Andrea D. Reed Media & Digital Services Librarian Off Campus? No Problem! 610.225.5004 Please contact the reference desk– areed@eastern.edu 610.341.1777 for EU’s group code Tutorials available at http://libguides.eastern.edu/refworks ©2010 A. Reed

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