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Citation Guides: RefWorks

What Does RefWorks Do?

Create a personal database online
Store an unlimited number of records accessible from any computer linked to the Internet. No downloading software or installation required

Import references automatically from multiple databases
Search results from a wide variety of databases can be automatically exported into RefWorks with the click of a button

Organize and manage references
Sort and file references quickly and easily using folders, duplicate search, and author, keyword, and periodical indexes

Share references
Using the Internet, easily collaborate with members of your own institution or globally with other researchers, faculty members, or students

Format bibliographies and manuscripts in seconds
Save hours of typing time and decrease the number of errors made when creating tedious bibliographies. Easily make changes to your paper and reformat in seconds.

 

Source: RefWorks. The Benefits. http://www.refworks.com/content/path_benefit/faqs.asp

How to Access RefWorks

On Campus

You must first create an account using a computer on the Alvernia University campus network.

Go to Login to Your RefWorks Account and click on the "Sign Up for a New Account" link. 

To obtain the group code, please contact a librarian.

You will be able to access RefWorks from off-campus by using the Login Name and Password you created.


Distance Education Students

Distance education students who are not able to create an account from a computer on the Alvernia network should contact a librarian for instructions on creating an account.

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RefWorks Video Tutorials: The Basics

RefWorks Write-N-Cite Video Tutorials

Getting Started with Write-N-Cite


Write-N-Cite Video Tutorials

Note:  These videos are from the University of Connecticut Libraries.  Logging in will require your Alvernia group code NOT the one listed in the video.

Write-N-Cite for Windows

From University of Connecticut Libraries

Write-N-Cite for Mac

From University of Connecticut Libraries