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 recommend 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.
If you're using Summon, adding references to your RefWorks account is easy. If you're logged in to RefWorks, when you add references to a folder, your references are saved to RefWorks.
RefWorks has a tool that installs in any web browser called “Save to RefWorks”. The Save to RefWorks browser bookmarklet grabs information from any web page – in some cases a complete article – and adds it to your RefWorks library. To add the Save to RefWorks bookmarklet to your browser, see:
Note: If you've already installed the "Save to RefWorks" button and it isn't working, delete and reinstall the button.
RefWorks has several ways to help you get the full text of your references: 1) A "Link to Full Text" is available in the right-hand viewing pane when you have selected a reference, and 2) You may upload a full-text document by clicking on the edit button in the right-hand viewing pane when you have selected a reference. See:
Using 'Export to RefWorks' to import citations into your library: How to import citations from library databases.
Uploading One or More Documents from Your Computer: How to upload documents from your computer.
Adding references manually: How to enter citations manually.
RefWorks 3 Support Center: Full documentation, including instructions on how to convert from other bibliographic citation managers (eg, EndNote).