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Comment by Teresa McGervey on February 22, 2018 at 8:54am

I noticed that the Comparison Chart listed under resources is dated December 2012. Does anyone know of a more recent chart? I have a hard time justifying RefWorks to our patrons when they prefer free, "not-restricted-by-our-network" resources and tools, like Zotero.

Also, we're still using and teaching Legacy RefWorks because until there is a sunset date for Legacy, patrons won't migrate to the new platform for fear of losing citations and/or papers in the migration. 

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WriteNCite for 2016 - Inser/Edit Citation does not work 1 Reply

Several RW users are reporting troubles with Write N Cite. They have Word 2016, Windows NT Pro, and installed WnC version 4.5.1682 on it. They can see the RefWorks tab in the ribbon and click on the…Continue

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Started by Jana Machonska in RefWorks. Last reply by Jana Machonska Sep 12.

Suggestion about de-duplicate feature 2 Replies

After running the duplicate checker,  items that result are check-marked by default.In my view, it would be better that none of them are check-marked by default. Then the user can check-mark just the…Continue

Started by Brian Simboli in RefWorks. Last reply by Brian Simboli Aug 30.

Refworks and EZProxy 2 Replies

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 RefWorks Community Aug 27.

Thesis reference type in Citation Style Editor 2 Replies

I would like to add a ‘degree type’ (or some equivalent) field to the Thesis reference type, under the category of Bibliography. However, it is not listed as an available field in the Citation Style…Continue

Started by Robert Brown in RefWorks. Last reply by Robert Brown Aug 22.

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