Q. I need RefWorks training. Can you help?

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A librarian would be happy to provide one-on-one assistance/training to any UNMC-affiliated individual. Call the AskUs desk to find out which librarian is available ( 402-559-6221 or e-mail askus@unmc.edu).

If you just need basic RefWorks instruction and would prefer online instruction, I have created several tutorials that might meet your needs.  

  • REFWORKS -- BASIC TRAINING FOR UNMC STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF AND ALUMNI-- During this tutorial you will:
    • find UNMC’s RefWorks Group Code
    • create a personal RefWorks account.
    • customize your account.
    • create folders
    • import records from PubMed
    • learn how to create a RefWorks record/reference manually
    • manipulate, edit and use your RefWorks Records as follows:
      • edit, sort, share, etc.
      • create a quick list of formatted references
      • insert in-text citations in a Word document
      • format in-text citations and create a bibliography

 

 
 
  • IMPORTING GOOGLE SCHOLAR RECORDS INTO REFWORKS -- This short tutorial is intended for UNMC students, faculty and employees who have previously created a RefWorks account and want to learn to:
    • import Google Scholar "hits" (not regular Google web search hits) into Refworks
    • ‚Äčedit the created RefWorks records.

 

  • SHARING AND IMPORTING SHARED REFWORKS RECORDS -- This tutorial is intended for UNMC students, faculty and employees who have previously created a RefWorks account and want to learn to:
    • share their RefWorks records with others
    • import shared records, either RefWorks records shared by colleagues, RefShare/RefWorks-format search results shared/sent by librarians, or  shared sample records for drug information resources
    • edit shared sample records for books, online resources, and package inserts.
  • Last Updated Jun 13, 2017
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  • Answered By Cindy Schmidt

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