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NEW RefWorks

Use RefWorks to collect and manage your references and help with your in-text citations and bibliographies.

Help with RefWorks

Import your References from Legacy RefWorks

  1. Click the +Add button
  2. Select Import References
  3. Choose Import from another reference manager Legacy RefWorks

Add - Import

Legacy RefWorks is retired from 30th June 2023.

If you used your legacy RefWorks account in the year up to 28th June and had not upgraded it, it may have been upgraded on your behalf. In this case you should have received an email from RefWorks about your new account.

See more information at 'Upfrading from Legacy to New RefWorks' and check the Writing Tools information - especially 'Upgrade a Write-N-Cite document' if you have active Word documents with in-text citations.

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) from 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:

Getting Started with New RefWorks

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