August 01, 2006

Searching external resources, like the British Library, through RefWorks

It is possible to search a number of external resources through the RefWorks search interface. Most of these other resources are library catalogues, and they include the catalogue of the British Library, as well as our own University of Warwick catalogue. Other resources include PubMed.

To search another resource within RefWorks, click on Search *then *Online Catalog or Database. Select the source you want to search from the drop–down menu, then type in your search.

RefWorks will open a new browser window containing the results of your search. You can then select which references you would like to add (import)to your RefWorks account.

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  1. Richard Perkins

    And of course COPAC, although Worldcat (listed as OCLC Worldcat in a helpful way) seems to be on trial and accessible in Refworks only with the aid of a username & password.

    11 Aug 2006, 15:39

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