This update to RefWorks is a new way to collect, organize, annotate en cite research publications. It has the same functionality as the old "legacy" RefWorks, and an easier-to-use, more intuitive interface.
This LibGuide is about the new RefWorks, but there is also an old 'legacy' version of RefWorks.The legacy version will still be available in the coming years. Before you switch from the Legacy RefWorks to the New RefWorks, you should consider a number of factors:
Using both old and new RefWorks within one Word-document will likely cause problems. We do not recommend switching to New RefWorks in the middle of a project. Finish the project in old RefWorks, and start your next project in New RefWorks.
An institutional account is available to staff and students of the RUG and UMCG, and includes 10GB of document storage, unlimited sharing inside and outside the institution, easy institution-wide sharing, phone and email tech support, training and more.
To create a RefWorks account:
Once you activate your account (you'll receive an email with a link to complete the registration process), you’ll get access immediately and can get started managing your documents.
These are the how to guides to the main New Refworks features. You can also find them in the ProQuest Refworks Customer Resources Page:
Besides RefWorks, we also offer EndNote and Mendeley for reference management: