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NEW RefWorks

Staff and Students now have the option to use NEW RefWorks which has a more modern look and feel and enhanced functionality e.g. import PDFs

IMPORTANT - Upgrade to New RefWorks

Legacy RefWorks is being retired in 2023 and will not be available after 30th June. If you are not already using new RefWorks (https://refworks.proquest.com/we ask you to upgrade by end of December 2022.

- In Legacy RefWorks click the 'Upgrade to the latest version of RefWorks' button which is at top right of screen .

- Alternatively, create an account for New RefWorks and Import your references from Legacy (your folder structure will be retained and PDFs etc. imported).

Note: if you use Write-N-Cite to create in-text citations from RefWorks in your Word document it is best to complete your document before upgrading. If you do need to do the upgrade before your document is complete, take a backup copy before working on it with the new version. See Upgrade a Write-N-Cite document and contact the Library for guidance.

See more guidance on Upgrading from Legacy to New RefWorks and also how to Upgrade a Write-N-Cite document.

SIgn-up for a New RefWorks Account and Login

You can create a personal username and password (recommended if you will also use the RefWorks Citation Manager tool in Word and if you wish to use RefWorks after graduating) or you can use 'login from my institution'.

See New RefWorks Login help page for more information and instructions to create your account. Also see troubleshooting if you get stuck. Note that you will need a password to use RCM (RefWorks Citation Manager) - see the New RefWorks Login page for more details.

Once you have created your account, login at: https://refworks.proquest.com.

Getting Started with New RefWorks

See more guides and help at ProQuest's RefWorks LibGuide.