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October 10, 2007

Reminder: RefWorks cancellation

Just a reminder that you will no longer have access to the RefWorks software after 31 October 2007. If you wish to save your references for use in other packages, please refer to the blog entry Importing references from RefWorks into EndNoteWeb on the Library’s new EndNote Web blog.
If you have problems doing this, contact the IT Services Helpdesk on 024 7647 3737 or email: helpdesk@warwick.ac.uk.


August 10, 2007

RefWorks Cancellation – ALL USERS PLEASE READ

Unfortunately, following a period of consultation, IT Services have decided not to renew the RefWorks software licence. You will not be able to access RefWorks, or any of the references stored in it, after 31 October 2007. The EndNote software – an alternative to RefWorks – will continue to be available.

If you wish to keep the references stored in your RefWorks account, you will need to save them to a file. References created in RefWorks can also be transferred into EndNote. For more information on either of these, please contact the IT Services Helpdesk on 024 7657 3737, ext. 73737 or email: helpdesk@warwick.ac.uk.

Any comments or feedback should be sent to Patrick Ryan.


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