The Library is canceling its subscription to RefWorks effective June 30, 2017. After that date, students, faculty, staff and alumni will not be able to use RefWorks through the library’s subscription.
We no longer support the creation of new RefWorks accounts. If you already have a RefWorks account, see the Migrate from RefWorks page for advice on how to save your RefWorks citations for use in other applications. If you would like assistance, or if you have any questions, please contact a librarian at http://go.middlebury.edu/askus.
Did you find your source in a library database? (for example JSTOR, PsycINFO or Scopus) You can save it to RefWorks by following the instructions here.
Did you find your source on the web? (for example, through Google) You can save it to RefWorks by following the instructions here.
If you're not able to use one of the quick export tools above, you can save sources to RefWorks manually.
Get it @ Midd Screen
The Get it @ Midd screen only lists one author of a journal article, even if there are multiple authors. Therefore when you export a citation to RefWorks from this screen, you only get one author for your bibliography, which is not correct. To avoid this problem, follow the instructions here.
Some databases sometimes have trouble connecting with RefWorks. When you try to export to RefWorks, nothing seems to happen. Here's what to do: