General Citation Resources
ASA (American Sociological Association) Style
MLA (Modern Language Association) Style
You can create folders in RefWorks. This means you can create different folders for different projects, or different folders for varied aspects of a particular project. The same item can exist simultaneously in more than one folder.
If you think that you've lost a reference, check the folder called, References not in a folder. This is where references go if they have been imported but not put into a folder.
Watch for the message to clear Pop-up blockers. You may need to start over if you haven't already clear the Pop-up blockers.
RefWorks is a citation manager that can help you organize and keep track of the sources you are using for your research. References can be exported directly from Library databases, entered manually in RefWorks or imported from the Library's online catalog. RefWorks can convert your citations into a properly formatted bibliography
Bringing citations from one of our many databases to RefWorks is relatively easy, although the process may be slightly different in each.
Generally, when you've found an article that you wish to include in your research, you'll want to look for a button or link that says Export, Export to RefWorks, or some variation on these words.
Some databases, like any of our many EBSCOHost databases even let you set aside multiple articles at once, so that you can export a batch or citations at the same time. Simply add items to a folder and Export them in bulk.