All videos in the series are available below:
Introduction to RefWorks: https://youtu.be/J5905oxj02U
In this brief introduction to RefWorks, you'll learn how to find and save references while doing your research, how to organize references once they're in RefWorks, and how to cite those references in your writing.
Accessing RefWorks: https://youtu.be/e9QF7Yuxu3Y
This RefWorks training session will cover how to access RefWorks, including creating a new account, and accessing through single sign-on at your institution.
RefWorks Basic Functionality: https://youtu.be/iU0dfTYyzBQ
This RefWorks training session will cover the basic functionality of the RefWorks website. We won't cover all the features available to you, but we'll look at the ones you will use most frequently in RefWorks as you conduct your research.
Exporting References to RefWorks: https://youtu.be/3CVzQsAoajY
This RefWorks training sessions covers ways to export references from other systems, so users can import them into RefWorks.
Creating References and Adding Documents Within RefWorks: https://youtu.be/BgY9IFpQgS8
This RefWorks training session will cover several different ways to add references directly into RefWorks, including uploading a document, importing references from a file, creating a reference manually, and searching library databases for references.
Editing References in RefWorks: https://youtu.be/aakyA2Y1bBE
This training session will cover how to edit references in RefWorks, including correcting metadata before and after saving to RefWorks, adding tags, editing many references at once, and more.
Organizing References with Folders in RefWorks: https://youtu.be/Ka9ccjW4nh4
This RefWorks training session will cover ways to organize your references into folders, including sharing folders with other researchers.
Writing with RefWorks: https://youtu.be/9_wa513K4Mw
This RefWorks training session will cover several tools you can use when writing a research paper and using RefWorks to supply citations and bibliographies. We'll be showing RefWorks Citation Manager, Write-N-Cite, ProQuest RefWorks for Google Docs, and Quick Cite.