Thank you to all that were able to join the September webinar. We appreciated all the feedback.  For those who were unable to attend, no worries, we have posted the recording on the Knowledge Center. 


In this session we covered:
  • RefWorks Community updates
  • June - September release highlights
  • October - December updated roadmap
Key articles in the Knowledge Center: 
These articles address many of the questions we received in our webinar sessions:
Additional Resources:

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