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2 Introduction to RefWorks Marni Harrington The D.B. Weldon Library

3 After today….. Set up RefWorks account Import references Create references manually Generate and format bibliography Share RefWorks folders

4 What is RefWorks?? Bibliographic citation management software Format bibliography in a variety of styles Web-based Free Reliable

5 Set-up RefWorks

6 Use your Western address

7 Log into RefWorks Off campus: RWUWestOnt

8 Set-up RefWorks account Use your UWO address Use a combination username and password that is different than your UWO username and password YOUR TURN

9 Import References Western Libraries Catalogue Research Databases Manually

10 Add records from the catalogue From the catalogue record – Click on RefWorks image

11 One Record at a time

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13 Complete the import

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15 Create a folder

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17 Move citation into folder √

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19 Generate Bibliography

20 Bibliography NEEDS EDITING!!!

21 Import a book from the shared catalogue Make a folder (TRYIT) Move to folder Create a bibliography YOUR TURN

22 Add many records from Catalogue 1.Mark records in catalogue 2.View marked records 3.Send saved records (MARC format) 4.Select & copy sent records 5.Open RefWorks and select IMPORT 6.Select import parameters and PASTE 7.Import 8.View Last Imported folder 9.Move to folder TRYIT 10.Create Bibliography and EDIT

23 1. Mark & Save Records

24 2. View Saved Records

25 3. Send Saved Records

26 4. Select All Records & Copy Use CTRL-A to select all text … and then CTRL-C to copy

27 5. Import to RefWorks Go to RefWorks Click on References Click on Import

28 6. Select Import Parameters & Paste

29 7. Import

30 8. View Last Imported Folder

31 9. Put in folder TRYIT

32 10. Create Bibliography & Edit Chicago (Reference List) – 14 th Edn. NEEDS EDITING!!!

33 Your turn SEARCH CATALOGUE WITH KEYWORDS OF YOUR CHOICE 1.Mark records in catalogue 2.View marked records 3.Send saved records (MARC format) 4.Select & copy sent records 5.Open RefWorks and select IMPORT 6.Select import parameters and PASTE 7.Import 8.View Last Imported folder 9.Move to folder TRYIT 10.Create Bibliography and EDIT YOUR TURN

34 Add article citations from database Go to appropriate database (Library Literature, LISTA, Scholars Portal) Three basic steps each time: 1.Search for items 2.Mark items of interest 3.Export marked records to RefWorks

35 Add article citations: SEARCH

36 Add article citations: MARK

37 Add article citations: EXPORT

38 Add article citations

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41 EBSCO: Search, Mark, Export

42 √ EBSCO

43 Scholars Portal: SEARCH

44 Scholars Portal: MARK

45 Scholars Portal: EXPORT

46 Your turn Search a database of your choice Mark articles Export into RefWorks Put in folder TRYIT Access an article through “Get Western” YOUR TURN

47 Create & Edit References Manually Select Add New References from Reference drop-down menu Choose Folder to save in Choose Ref Type (Journal Article, web page, unpublished material) Save Can always edit more later

48 Create References Manually

49 View & Edit

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51 Your turn Add a new reference YOU chose the name of the book and YOU be the author Put in folder TRYIT Create a bibliography with your book name If style errors, go back and edit Delete from folder TRYIT YOUR TURN

52 Share References Share citation lists with others whether or not they have RefWorks account Stable URL is created – can be ed, added to WebCT or course page or embedded in any website or document To access go to Tools – Share References

53 Share References

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55 Your turn Share the folder (with yourself for now) Go to Tools – Share References Choose Share Folder Set sharing parameters Copy or URL

56 More RefWorks Group Code: RWUWestOnt Use available Tools – Write –N-Cite – Ref Grab-It – View Duplicates RefWorks Mobile

57 Help!!!

58 RefWorks FAQs

59 Quick Start Guide and Tutorial

60 Weldon Library Mon-Th 9-6pm; Fri 10-4:30; Sat & Sun 1-4:30 | (519) x83162

61 Thanks! Marni Harrington


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