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RefWorks and Literature Searching for Biomedical Science: Introduction

Introduction

This guide will take you through the basics of using RefWorks in your field.:

It covers creating an account, transferring items from FindIt searches, databases (eg Medline) to RefWorks, and how to use with Word documents.

The activities are divided into sections as follows:

  • Activity 1: Creating an account, and exporting from FindIt to RefWorks
  • Activity 2: Subject databases - Finding articles and exporting to RefWorks
  • Activity 3: Using RefWorks with Word

For an overview of RefWorks, see this video link from Proquest (2016):

Proquest (2016) Learn to use RefWorks in 20 minutes. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hlKHDAI-J6w (Accessed 5 February 2019)

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