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Refworks Presented by Margaret Clark, Reference Librarian FSU College of Law Library September 20, 2005
Objectives for Refworks Workshop Access and login to Refworks. Learn to navigate within Refworks. Import references. Organize, edit, and locate references stored in Refworks folders. Generate a bibliography. Modify an existing output style to adhere to Bluebook formatting.
What is ? Refworks is a web-based tool that allows you to create your own database of bibliographic references.
Accessing Refworks FSU Libraries FSU Libraries homepage http://www.lib.fsu.edu Create your own account or login
Setting Up an Account Fill out form – it’s free! Click REGISTER. Instantly receive an email from Refworks. Now you are ready to log in.
Logging into RefworksRefworks Two ways to login: 1.From an IP- authenticated computer at FSU – enter login name and password.
Logging into RefworksRefworks Two ways to login: 1.From an IP-authenticated computer at FSU – enter login name and password. 2.From off-site, enter your organization’s Group Code and click on Go To Login. Then enter your login name and password as in step 1. RWFlorStateU - Group Code Group Code for FSU is: RWFlorStateU
Opens to ALL REFERENCES PAGE Navigating around RefworksRefworks
Creating Folders From Folders menu, select Create New Folder Name the new folder. Click OK.
Importing References Four Ways to Import References 1. Importing Directly 2. Importing From Text File 3. Importing From Aleph 4. Adding References Manually
Importing References Four Ways to Import References Importing Directly Databases that support export of bibliographic references: ABC-CLIOEBSCO HostEureka APA PsychNetFirst SearchPAIS International CSAGale GroupOVID ProQuestWilson Web
1. Importing References Directly Open Refworks. In another browser, select a database to search. Complete a search. From your results page, mark desired records. Click Refworks link on tab.
1. Importing References Directly Select the records you want imported. An import page will open.
Importing References Four Ways to Import References Importing from Text Files Not all vendors or databases support direct export. By saving search results in a text file, you may then import those references into Refworks.
2. Importing references from saved text files. Search Web of Science and mark records. Click Submit Marks and then Marked Records. Under Step 2, select Export to Reference Software Save to your computer.
2. Importing references from saved text files. Access your Refworks account.Refworks Import references from the file on your computer.
Importing References Four Ways to Import References Importing from online catalog Search the online catalog from within Refworks.
3. Importing from online catalogonline catalog From the Search drop-down menu, select Online catalog
Importing References Four Ways to Import References Adding References Manually
4. Adding References ManuallyAdding References Manually Under Ref Type choose reference you are entering (journal, book, dissertation) Under View required fields for select bibliographic output style. Enter information in the boxes marked with a red asterisk.
Organizing References Create Folders Organize Folders Move References
Organizing References Sort References Select a folder or group of references from the View or Folders menu. At top right of page, use the Sort by menu to view references by title, author, date, or other fields.
Editing References Viewing Folders View all references View by folder View duplicates Search references and view Editing Individual References From Reference list, click Edit link in right top corner Edit any field and Save Globally Editing References This feature is particularly useful for adding information to records that are missing key fields for a certain output style.
Creating a Bibliography Generate bibliography from a reference list. Use Write-N-Cite to create a bibliography within your manuscript. Use One Line/Cite View to place references in your paper.
Generate Bibliography from Reference List Click Bibliography menu. Select Output Style from drop down menu. Click FORMAT BIBLIOGRAPHY FROM A LIST OF REFERENCES. Select the file format you wish to create. Select All References or References from specific folder. Click Create Bibliography
Use Write-N-Cite Write a paper and automatically place cite in your text. Write-N-Cite will then add bibliography to end of your paper. Write-N-Cite – utility allowing MS Word and IE users to cite references in your paper very quickly and easily.
To install, select Write-N-Cite from Tools menu.
Write-N-Cite will install an icon in your MS Word toolbar. Click on it to start.
Launch Write-N-Cite from Word. Logging in with your RefWorks ID is required. Put cursor where reference should be inserted. Click Cite.
Use One Line/Cite View to place references in your paper. From RefWorks, select the folder. Then switch to One Line/Cite View Mark desired record. Double click the Cite link. Click Select Citation. Use Copy function.
Use One Line/Cite View to place references in your paper. Paste your reference into your document. When finished, save your document. Switch to your Word Document. Place cursor where you want the reference to go.
Use One Line/Cite View to place references in your paper. Return to Citation Viewer. Click Bibliography. Select the desired Output Style. Click Format Paper and Bibliography. Select the saved document from Browse. Click Bibliography. Then save in Word format on you computer.
Output Style Output Style Editor allows you to create or modify existing output styles.
Output Style Since Bluebook is NOT on the list of output styles, you might want to create a custom style for secondary sources in Bluebook format.
Modifying an Existing Style Select existing style from menu. Click Edit to open Output Style Editor. Rename it. Click Save As.
Modifying an Existing Style First, select In-Text Citations and Notes from Citation Type drop-down menu. Then click Bibliography radio button above it. Finally, select an output field. A formatting box for that field will appear on the right. Then select one of the defined Reference Types.
Modifying an Existing Style This is the formatting box for Author output field. Fill in the settings using the handouts provided as a guide. Click Save.
RefWorks For additional help, consult your handouts Quick Start Guide Using RefWorks PowerPoint Outline Modifying Output Styles Go to Help Screens and On-line Tutorials