Welcome to RefWorks for the Humanities & Social Sciences by Denis Lacroix.
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Welcome to RefWorks for the Humanities & Social Sciences by Denis Lacroix
RefWorks for HSS Objectives –Learning about RefWorks and signing in –Exporting records from a database –Managing citation records –Adding records manually –Importing citations –Choosing a citation style –Checking for bibliographical errors
Organizing your Records through RefWorks RefWorks is a web-based citation manager, i.e. it will help you build your bibliographies for your assignments. Click on RefWorks under Quick Links on the right- hand side of the Library’s main Web page.RefWorks RefWorks for New Users RefWorks for New Users RefWorks Tutorial RefWorks Tutorial Acessing RefWorks from off-campus Use the RefWorks group codeRefWorks group code
Exporting Files to RefWorks from Gender Studies Database Choose « Direct Export to RefWorks » and click on the « Save » button above! When saving or e-mailing, click on the Bibliographic Manager tab to Export items to RefWorks
How to Export from Other Databases Mark the records you wish to export View marked records Export records from the database to RefWorks Click on the RefWorks link in the tool bar, OR Click on Save and/or Export Check Tip Sheets if you are unsure about exporting from a specific databaseTip Sheets Example from Web of Science :
Add a new reference manually, without having to import one.
Import references from the NEOS Libraries’ catalogue. Import selected records from RefWork’s Advanced Search results of the NEOS catalogue
Importing Records from a Database 1. Select Import from the References Menu 2. Find your database in the Import Filter/Data Source and Database Menus 3. Paste records from a database into the Import Data box (See next slides for copying records in NEOS)
Copying Records from NEOS Mark records individually and click on the Marked link in the tool bar to view your marked records
1. Select Full view and click on the View button 2. Select All records and Copy them. Records are now ready for pasting into RefWorks.
Learning RefWorks Click on RefWorks under Quick Links on the right- hand side of the Library’s main Web page.RefWorks RefWorks for New Users RefWorks for New Users RefWorks Tutorial RefWorks Tutorial Questions?