RefWorks is a tool you can use to collect, manage and organize research papers and documents. Read annotate, organize, and cite your research as well as collaborate with friends and colleagues by sharing collections. Using tools like "drag and drop" capability, "smart document recognition" and "Save To", upload documents, bibliographic metadata, and capture research from websites into your own personal research database which is saved on the web. Also use RefWorks to create simple bibliographies and papers formatted with in-text citations or footnotes.
See the box on the bottom right for moving your citations to the New RefWorks.
ProQuest is launching a new and improved version of RefWorks that makes it easier than ever to manage and organize your research.
Complete these RefWorks tutorials to learn the basics.
Consider moving to New RefWorks if:
Imformation and unique features in New RefWorks:
Only stay with Legacy RefWorks if:
Features that are in Legacy RefWorks: (not planned for New RefWorks): :
If you are a Legacy RefWorks user moving to the New RefWorks, use the line in the upper left corner of the New RefWorks to create a New Refworks account and transfer your citations:
If you have already created a New RefWorks account, there will be a link in the upper left corner, once you are logged into RefWorks to move your citations or use the method in the video below.
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