This legacy version of RefWorks will be retired in 2018. A new and improved version of RefWorks (ProQuest RefWorks) is available now. You may create a ProQuest RefWorks account and try it out:
RefWorks is a web-based bibliographic management tool, available to CityU staff and students, that allows you to:
CityU staff and students can register for a personal RefWorks account to use the service. Click on the Log in RefWorks button above to get to the RefWorks login page. Click on Sign up for a New Account (If you do this off-campus, you need to enter a Group Code, click on the Find Institution button before filling out the registration form.) Please note that only CityU email address will be accepted for registration.
Group code is NOT required for remote access now. Just click on the "Log in RefWorks" button above and log in your personal RefWorks account.
Write-N-Cite is a utility that allows Microsoft Word users to cite references from their personal RefWorks databases in a paper and create a bibliography at the end of the document in the preferred citation style easily with simple clicks on buttons/links while they are working within MS Word.
To use this feature, you need to download and install the Write-N-Cite utility program on your PC:
Information on this feature is available from RefWorks Help (select from the left menu "Writing Your Paper And Creating Your Bibliography", then "Using Write-N-Cite To Write and Format Your Paper").
|Getting Started (highly recommended):|
|Guide on RefWorks Account Creation||step-by-step guide on how to create a personal RefWorks account|
|RefWorks Quick Start Guide||concise instructions on the major features of RefWorks|
|How to Import References from Library E-Resources to RefWorks||Flash tutorials demonstrating how to directly export references from major Library databases into RefWorks; and step-by-step help on how to import references exported from databases in text file format into RefWorks|
|RefWorks Tutorials||Videos created by RefWorks Training and Client Services for RefWorks users showing you step by step how to use RefWorks.|
|More Information for Advanced Users:|
|Working with RefMobile||instructions on how to access your references in RefWorks from your smart phone, mobile phone or PDA via RefMobile (the mobile interface of RefWorks)|
About Write-N-Cite 4:
|instructions on how to download, install and use Write-N-Cite to format your papers within MS Word.|
|Writing Your Paper And Creating Your Bibliography -- Working With Footnotes And Endnotes||
instructions on adding a citation to a footnote or endnote, and creating a bibliography and formatting a paper with footnotes or endnotes
|RefWorks Tutorials: RefWorks Output Style Editor||
Videos illustrating how to customize existing output styles or create your own using the output style editor. (N.B. More details in RefWorks Help -> Writing Your Paper And Creating Your Bibliography -> Customizing An Output Style)
|Converting References from Other Bibliographic Management Programs||
instructions for getting your data out of other bibliographic management programs such as EndNote, EndNote Web, ProCite, Reference Manager, Biblioscape, Citation, Papyrus, etc. and into RefWorks
|RefWorks Help||everything you want to know about using RefWorks|
|Questions / Enquiries|
|RefWorks FAQ||answers to frequently asked questions that you can consult|
Library Reference Desk
(in person, or at 3442-6415);
for questions on account creation, access to RefWorks, use of general RefWorks features
for problems with RefWorks features/functions, especially technical ones