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RefWorks and Other Citation Management Tools

Citation Management Program Help Guides & Tutorials

New RefWorks FAQ

New RefWorks 

Along with all the features you love about RefWorks, you now have the ability to drag and drop pdf files into your library, saving the citation information automatically. There are also enhanced sharing capabilities, a more intuitive interface, capability to annotate documents, and along with integration with MS Word, RefWorks Beta includes a plug-in for Google Docs.

How do I access this new account?

  • You can create an account by going to the Refworks website. Create your RefWorks account here.
  • If you have an existing RefWorks account, and would like to transfer to the new version of RefWorks, sign in to your account and click on  "Move to the newest version of RefWorks from ProQuest" (located at the top of the screen).
  • If you'd like to try the new RefWorks but aren't ready to transfer your citations, you can have two separate accounts. You can transfer your citations when you're ready.

Will the library offer workshops on the new version of RefWorks?

Librarians will offer instruction and consultations to help with the new version of RefWorks. See the Workshop Schedule or schedule an appointment here.

What if I don't want to try the new version of RefWorks?

If you’re not ready to make the switch, don’t worry. You can keep using the legacy version.

How can I learn more?

New RefWorks Videos

Moving Citations from Old to New RefWorks

RefWorks Online Webinars