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The Quirky World of Citation Styles

There are at least 4000 styles for citing source materials!

Different fields of research have different conventions for citation. This is especially true as areas of research become more specific. For example, the American Association of Petroleum Geologists has its own citation style. And so does American Society of Mechanical Engineers. And the Journal of Wildlife Management. And the Agronomy Journal. And the...

You get the idea. 

There are thousands of…

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Posted by RefWorks Team on September 8, 2016 at 9:30am

ProQuest Reimagines RefWorks Platform to Streamline the Research and Collaboration Process

ANN ARBOR, MI, June 20, 2016 – ProQuest launched its new RefWorks® reference management platform, simplifying and improving research and collaboration workflows. With full-text management and tools for collaboration, the new RefWorksplatform addresses the needs of students, faculty and librarians with an innovative feature set. Libraries that offer this powerful service to their constituents have access to administrative…

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Posted by RefWorks Team on June 20, 2016 at 11:09am

The New RefWorks LibGuide

Best practices for every level of RefWorks user: http://ow.ly/gHgF3002QsI ;

Posted by RefWorks Team on June 6, 2016 at 12:54pm

The Past, the Present & the Future of Reference Management

The New RefWorks is the next generation of reference management software empowering both researchers and librarians to do more. The new RefWorks combines powerful citation management functionality including database import, web capture tools and thousands of flexible citation styles, plus a refined user experience, full-text management, collaboration and other features you’d expect from a total reference management solution.…

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Posted by RefWorks Team on March 9, 2016 at 8:00am

Visit us at ALA Midwinter 2016

Are you attending ALA Midwinter 2016 in Boston? Stop by Booth #1313 and find out about the latest RefWorks and ProQuest news! We have product updates, information about free events at ALA, and plenty of team members eager to answer your questions. 

We look forward to seeing you, and enjoy the conference!

-The RefWorks Team 

Posted by RefWorks Team on June 25, 2015 at 3:00pm

 
 
 

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Write-N-Cite install from New RefWorks not working 1 Reply

I'm playing around with the new RefWorks in preparation to rolling it out to my community. I downloaded the 64bit Windows installer and ran it successfully. But when I go into Word I don't see…Continue

Started by RefWorks Administrator in RefWorks. Last reply by RefWorks Administrator Sep 8.

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Has anyone migrated and worked with anyone who was caught migrating mid-way through a very long project (such as a dissertation?) and if so, how did you work with them to handle it?We have users that…Continue

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Started by RefWorks Administrator in RefWorks Sep 7.

Refworks and EZProxy 1 Reply

HelloWe currently support both the *new* Refworks and the *legacy Refworks*.  Both of these platforms are proxied.   Whenever we try and export references from a database, however, only the…Continue

Started by Erin Rushton in RefWorks. Last reply by Dave Hoover Jul 20.

Endnote X7 to RefWorks - Possible?

Tried it several time but always fails.  Cant find much info on it which I thought was odd.  Any insight appreciated.Continue

Started by Todd W. Roat in RefWorks May 6.

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