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June 21, 2007

Free RefWorks training – basic and advanced features

RefWorks have organised a number of free online training sessions open to all registered RefWorks users. The training is free, but places are limited to 50 per session, so you need to register your interest if you’d like to take part. There are two sessions – a basic session, introducing you to some of the key features of using RefWorks and training in some of the more advanced features.

To book your place on one of these sessions, please click one of the links below.

RefWorks Basic Session
When? Thursday July 5 18:00 OR Wednesday 18 July 16:00
Length: 75 minutes
What will I learn?
  • Creating an account and logging in
  • Navigating RefWorks
  • Getting references into RefWorks from a direct export partner, from a text file and from an online catalogue or database search within RefWorks
  • adding references manually
  • Organizing references
  • Using quick search to search your RefWorks database
  • Creating a bibliography from a folder of references
  • Using Write-N-Cite and One Line/Cite View to format your paper
RefWorks Advanced Session
When?: Tuesday 26 June 17:00 OR Thursday 12 July 15:00
OR Tuesday 24 July 17:00

Length: 75 minutes
What will I learn?
  • Advanced Searching and Lookups
  • Viewing, Sorting and Printing References
  • Editing Multiple References
  • My List
  • Using RefGrab-It
  • Importing from RSS Feeds
  • Checking for Duplicates
  • Using the Output Style Preview Utility
  • Working Offline
  • Backing Up Your Account

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