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RefWorks Access Options
NOTICE: The APSU Library subscription to RefWorks ends on September 30, 2021. Please see the Transitioning from RefWorks Guide to see a list of free alternatives to RefWorks and how to export your citations from RefWorks to these other citation managers.
Migrating Citations to the New Version of RefWorks
- Log into Legacy RefWorks with your existing account credentials.
- When you login, you will see a link at the top of the screen that says, “Move to the newest version of RefWorks… “, choosing that link will move your account data, user name and password to the new product.
- Your existing references, file attachments, folders and custom output styles will automatically be moved into your new RefWorks account (Note: references in the new RefWorks can only have one file attachment per reference, so if you had more than one file attachment connected to a reference, a duplicate reference will be created for each file attached to it).
- You should still be able to access your account on the old Legacy interface until RefWorks disables the old interface in January 2018.
- Shared Folders: Shared folders will need to be reshared from within your new RefWorks account. The new version of RefWorks allows you to assign unique user permissions to each person you share with, including the ability to edit references. Public sharing via unique URL is not yet available in the new RefWorks.
- Writing a paper and Write-N-Cite: Papers started in legacy RefWorks will not be compatible with new RefWorks, so we recommend users keep their current legacy RefWorks account until they complete their work. This only applies to papers in progress, as Write n Cite will be compatible with the new interface when starting new papers.
Have Questions about RefWorks?
How to Use RefWorks in 20 Minutes (YouTube Video)
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