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Posted by lrath on October 31, 2006

RefWorks is a “web-based bibliographic citation management service that is useful for saving and managing citations and for creating bibliographies.” Say what? In other words, it helps you to document the sources used for your paper or group project presentation. It allows you to: organize your research; include citations while you write your paper; build a bibliography in a variety of formats; import references from many data sources (such as some library databases); and create bibliographies in different document formats (Word, RTF, HTML, etc.). It can be accessed through the library’s Find a database page. Each user must create a username and password. Users may create as many separate accounts as they like.


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