A new version of RefWorks is now available! It is operating alongside the old version. Both the legacy RefWorks and this new version are being supported at this time. For a guide on the legacy RefWorks, click here. If you have previously been a legacy RefWorks user, and would like to try the new Refworks, here are a few VERY IMPORTANT THINGS to remember:
You can keep your legacy RefWorks account along with an account in the new RefWorks while you test it out.
If you start a MS Word document using the legacy RefWorks and Write-N-Cite, you won't be able to finish it in the new version. So make sure to finish all documents before you commit to the new version.
If you import your records from the legacy RefWorks into the new RefWorks, this cannot be reversed. However, the records in your legacy RefWorks account remain in that account, and the account does stay active until further notice.
New RefWorks has an add-in for Write and Cite, which should work with Windows MS Office users ver. 2007-2016, and Mac users of Mac Office 2008 and 2011. For Mac Users of Office 2016, you will need to download the RefWorks Citation Manager. Info on these tools can be found here, and under Tools in your New RefWorks account.
LOGIN TO NEW REFWORKS HERE: https://refworks.proquest.com/
To create a new RefWorks account:
Once you activate your account (you'll receive an email with a link to complete the registration process), you’ll get access immediately and can get started managing your documents.
You can bring your RefWorks data into the New RefWorks from within your New RefWorks account via Import references. In your New RefWorks account, go to Add+, then Import Reference. Once you click RefWorks on this screen, you will be asked to login to your legacy account.
NOTE: Your references will be automatically imported and folders will remain intact in New RefWorks. Your legacy RefWorks account remains intact.