Use RefWorks to store, organize, insert, and format citations for research papers.
Notice: Write-N-Cite Users May 14, 2015
UPEI RefWorks accounts were migrated to the US Refworks servers on May 14, 2015. For more information see RefWorks Migration.
- You may have received a message from ProQuest if you have been assigned a new login. (You can change this assigned login from within your own account under Update Profile)
- Write-N-Cite users will need to re-install Write-N-Cite to continue using RefWorks with Word. Current documents using WNC will also need to have the subscriber ID changed.
Notice: There are known problems with IE9 and RefWorks. We recommend using another browser, e.g., Firefox, Chrome, etc.
- RefWorks - About, Guides and Webinars, FAQ, and Help
- RefWorks 2.0 "How To" (UPEI)- create an account, create a folder, export citations, create a bibliography.
- Microsoft Word and RefWorks - use Write-N-Cite to add citations to Word documents, and then format the citations and reference list/bibliography.
- Importing References from UPEI Databases - detailed instructions for individual databases
- RefShare - share your RefWorks folders
- RefGrab-It - import citation information for web pages
- Group Code Message
- Importing References from Other Citation Management Software (e.g., Endnote, Zotero, Mendeley, Reference Manager) to RefWorks (a RefWorks guide)
- Other Citation Managers (Zotero & Mendeley)
- Citation Manager Comparison Charts
Please contact the Robertson Library Information Desk, in person, by telephone 566-0696, or the ASK US chat help if you have any questions about using RefWorks.