Mark your calendar! The library is offering RefWorks Transition Workshops:
Thursday, February 13th at 12:00p (noon)
Monday, February 24th at 3:30p
Thursday, February 27th at 9:00a
Thursday, March 5th at 12:00p (noon)
Thursday, March 12th at 3:30p
Monday, March 16th at 12:00p (noon)
Monday, March 23rd at 9:00a
Thursday, March 26th at 12:00p (noon)
All workshops will be held in DL 241, the Library Instruction Lab.
Need to find information from your old account?
The link below will direct you to the legacy version of RefWorks. Please note that the University Libraries will support the Legacy RefWorks through June 2020. Starting July 2020, the University Libraries will only support the new version of RefWorks. After that time, we cannot assure the continued access to or functionality of the Legacy version of RefWorks.
The University Libraries will support the Legacy RefWorks through June 2020. Starting July 2020, the University Libraries will only support the new version of RefWorks. After that time, we cannot assure the continued access to or functionality of the Legacy version of RefWorks.
All RefWorks users, including those with Legacy accounts,
MUST create an account in ProQuest RefWorks
The purpose of this guide is to connect WSU students, staff, faculty, and alumni with the information and resources they may require to effectively transition to the new ProQuest RefWorks citation management service. ProQuest RefWorks is a web-based citation management service that allows users to create a personal database of resources, making it easy to generate bibliographies and footnotes for your research papers. The Library provides this service at no cost to Wright State University faculty, staff, students, and graduates.
Use the tabs above to discover:
the new Citation Tools available in RefWorks
Note: Once you've migrated or transitioned to the new ProQuest RefWorks you cannot reverse the process. You can/will be able to access both accounts but if you add a citation to Legacy RefWorks after you've migrated, it does not add the citation to your new account (i.e. they are not linked and are not simultaneously updated). It is recommended that once you've migrated your Legacy account(s) that you delete them so you don't accidently add references to the wrong account.
RefWorks is a web-based citation management system that helps you keep track of your citations and research, annotate text and materials, and create bibliographies. You can organize the citations into specific folders for different projects and collaborate with colleagues and peers by sharing the collections.
It includes the ability to: