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February 12, 2007

Write N Cite

A user recently reported that although RefWorks was allowing them to login using their New Athens (AthensDA) details (these are the same as your normal PC login details), Write N Cite was prompting them for their old Athens password. If this happens to you, try the following:
  1. At the screen labelled Athens Authentication Point, click on Alternative login
  2. On the screen Organisations who use Athens access management, click the + next to universities
  3. Click on University of Warwick, then click Go at the next screen (which has a green arrow on it).

You should now get the usual Warwick login page and be able to login using your standard computer username and password.


August 17, 2006

Important Changes to RefWorks accounts – Do you need to act?

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/library/electronicresources/refworks/athensda/

Important: Action needed by 4th September 2006. All RefWorks Users please read

Due to changes in the login process for RefWorks, some users may need to create a new RefWorks account and transfer the records in their existing account into a new one.

Please click the link to find out whether you need to do anything.

If you have any questions about this, please contact Simon Speight (s.g.speight@warwick.ac.uk)


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