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Citing Your Sources: RefWorks

Get a RefWorks Account

RefWorks users are required to set up individual log-in names and passwords. Setting up your own log-in enables RefWorks to keep track of your personal database of citations and references.

When creating your account, start from the library's website to access RefWorks, then "Create account".

RefWorks SignUp Page

 

Use your Furman email address. You will receive a confirmation email shortly thereafter. Once you have confirmed your email address, you will be asked for some basic information for your account and then you are ready to go!

**TIP: Your account will be good for your entire time at Furman and beyond. You can use your account and the research you have done in graduate school or the work world.

How to Use RefWorks

Once you have set up your account, follow these steps to save your citations and create your bibliographies.

Pull down the tabs above to learn how to:

  1. Save Citations in RefWorks
  2. Importing Reference from other Managers
  3. Reading and Annotating Documents
  4. Sharing and Collaborating
  5. Creating Bibliographies
  6. Write-N-Cite for Microsoft Word
  7. RefWorks Add-On for Google Docs

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Ask a Librarian for Help Citing

Email

Send a message anytime to libraryreference@furman.edu.

In-Person
Come by the Research Assistance Desk on your right as you enter the James B. Duke Library right in the heart of campus.

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Give us a call at (864) 294-2195

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