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 fall into two camps: ones that love the new Refworks so much that wish they could just re-do their entire projects over in the new system (but they are writing chapter by chapter); and those that like the new one just fine but are worried what will happen at the cut-off date.

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