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Refworks can help you organize and cite sources. This guide will help current & new Refworks users get started.

Adding Sources to RefWorks

Many databases have a link that allows you to export references to RefWorks with one click. Below is a guide to locating the RefWorks link in several popular databases, after you've found & clicked on a source you'd like to save.

Database Location of RefWorks Link
ProQuest Upper right-hand corner of page, click Save, then RefWorks
JSTOR Upper right-hand corner of page, click Cite this Item, then Export to RefWorks
Web of Science Top of page, click Save to Other File Formats, then Save to RefWorks
LexisNexis Upper right-hand corner of page, click icon that looks like blue & white open book, then Export
Science Direct Top of page, click Export, then Save to RefWorks
Access World News Top of page, click Export, then Export Citation to RefWorks
EbscoHost Right-hand side of page under Tools, click Export, then Direct Export to RefWorks, then Save
Google Scholar Underneath each source in the search results list, click on Cite then RefWorks

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