Welcome to the RefWorks Community!

This site is dedicated to providing you with the latest news, updates and tips about everything RefWorks. We are invested in you, our users, and we want to include you in our community as we continually strive to bring you the best quality service possible. We’ve designed this platform to offer additional resources that will not only enhance your RefWorks experience, but will also help us connect directly with our user base in an effort to identify what’s important to you.

Are you a RefWorks Administrator? Sign up with you institutional email and you'll be granted exclusive access to the Admin Forum. This forum allows you to discuss best practices, ask questions, and communicate with other RefWorks Administrators at various institutions around the world. 

All other content on the RefWorks Community is open to everyone – that means all new users, dedicated users, as well as individuals that just want to learn more about RefWorks. Please feel free to send us a message with your suggestions or feedback, and visit the About Us tab to find technical support contact information. Don't forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter. 

Thanks for being part of the RefWorks Community!  

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. 

Comment

You need to be a member of RefWorks Community to add comments!

Join RefWorks Community

Events

Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

Forum

Thesis reference type in Citation Style Editor

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 May 28.

Save to RefWorks not working 1 Reply

 The following message comes up: "We're sorry, we were unable to save to RefWorks. We tried, but came up empty".Continue

Started by Liz Hardley in RefWorks. Last reply by RefWorks Community May 8.

unable to run Refworks Add in for Word 1 Reply

I received a Windows 10 laptop at work; and at my request they installed Office 32-bit; with Word 2016 on it - the same I had before. And now I can't run the Refworks Add in.  I get the error message…Continue

Started by RefWorks Administrator in RefWorks. Last reply by RefWorks Community Feb 14.

Make instructions for adding available in WNC from New RW more obvious? 1 Reply

Hi All,Would appreciate better documentation for users on how to make sure the style you need to use shows up in WNC when using New RefWorks.  Thanks,EnidEnid KarrSenior Research…Continue

Started by Enid Karr in RefWorks. Last reply by RefWorks Community Feb 9.

© 2018   Created by RefWorks Team.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service