Open RefWorks in another browser window to work through this tutorial side by side.
This tutorial is a continuation of RefWorks Basics Part 1. If you have not completed Part 1, please complete that tutorial first.
What You Will Learn
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Please login to your RefWorks account.
If you do not have a RefWorks account yet, please complete the RefWorks Basics Part 1 tutorial first.
NOTE: The email address to login should be your @luc.edu email.
You can create folders in RefWorks. Folders help you to organize and manage your citations easily.
Creating a Folder
The folders that you have created will show up in a drop-down menu after you click My Folders.
Adding records to a folder is easy to do. In this example, we'll be using the two records from the RefWorks Basics Part 1 tutorial.
Which is available under the More Options menu?
It's time to export your bibliography from RefWorks!
NOTE: Some software changes the formatting of your citation when you copy and paste. Make sure to double-check your citation's content and formatting with the style guide (MLA, APA, etc.)
If you aren't sure, always check with your professor.
Try it out! Paste your bibliography from RefWorks in the text box below.
Congratulations! You’ve completed the RefWorks Basics Part 2 tutorial.
To get additional help from a librarian, please click here or stop by the Information Commons 2nd floor Reference Desk or Lewis Library Reference Desk.
RefWorks also has a series of YouTube video tutorials you can access at anytime. If you're interested in the more advanced functions of RefWorks, please reference these YouTube video tutorials.
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