|Description||Citation management software allowing you to import references/citations from online databases, organize them into topic folders, insert them in a variety of citation style formats (e.g. APA and MLA) into the body of your research paper, and generate formatted reference lists. RefShare is the sharing module of RefWorks, permitting users to share bibliographies with other individuals, with groups, and within the academic community worldwide.|
Guide for Education and related databases
Guide for Health Sciences and related databases
Guide for Natural Sciences and Engineering related databases
Refworks Citation Style Guide
See RefWorks home page for tutorials and other information. See OCUL RefWorks help site for additional information related to using the Canadian server site.
Access Note: When importing multiple records from the University of Saskatchewan Library Catalogue into RefWorks using the EndNote/RefWorks format filter, you must change the Encoding option from the default -- ANSI - Latin I to UTF-8 to ensure that accents and diacritics display correctly.
|Subjects||Citation management software|
|Interface||RefWorks and RefShare are hosted on a Canadian server at Scholars Portal, an Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) service, since June, 2007.|
There are no restrictions to the number of simultaneous users.
Access to RefWorks and RefShare is restricted to current students, faculty, staff, alumni, and retired faculty of the University of Saskatchewan for educational, research, and non-commercial personal use.
Alumni and faculty retiree should access RefWorks directly from the RefWorks website and should use the Group Code. If you no longer have the Group Code that was included in the RefWorks sign-up email, please contact the Library. Library staff will need to confirm Alumni or retiree status in order to give out the Group Code.
RefWorks is accessible in the library, on campus, and remotely.
Systematic copying or downloading of electronic resource content, including the downloading of a full journal issue, is not permitted by Canadian and International Copyright law.