This year we will be making the transition from Refworks to Endnote Online. For more information, see our new EndNote Basic page. If you have questions, contact Bill Badke or Duncan Dixon.If you have references in RefWorks, you will need to move them to EndNote. This PDF tutorial provides instruction.
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Graduating soon? Alumni? It's now possible to maintain access to your RefWorks bibliographies after you graduate. You will need to obtain your RefWorks group code before you graduate. It's found by logging in at:
Write-N-Cite is a utility that allows Microsoft Word (Windows and Mac) users to run an abbreviated version of RefWorks in their word processor. With Write-N-Cite, you can cite references in a manuscript with the click of a button. The utility installs a tab on your Word ribbon.
To install Write-N-Cite, you need to log into your RefWorks account and download Write-N-Cite from within your account. This video tutorial demonstrates the procedure.
RefGrab-It works with your browser to capture bibliographic information from web pages giving you the option to import that data into your RefWorks account.
Windows (Internet Explorer 7 and lower, and Firefox)
If you get a blank screen instead of having RefWorks pop up when you download citations in a database, the problem is likely that you have a pop-up blocker operating on your computer. To solve this problem, hold the CTRL key down while you click on Save to save citations to RefWorks. This tells the popup blocker that a popup is being allowed.
Login to RefWorks through the library homepage before attempting to export references from a database. If the login window (below) doesn't say Trinity Western University, you may need to use our Group Code to successfully log in. Note that you'll need to log in using your username and password to get the Group Code.
Technical support questions
Please contact our RefWorks Technical Support Department directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 775-327-4105.
Contact a TWU reference librarian at the Information desk, or, Telephone: 604-513-2121 extension 3903, or, Ask A Librarian Online
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