Thursday, 10 July 2014

YouTube tutorial: Finding full text and saving file Attachments in RefWorks

RefWorks have added this video tutorial on how to get from your references to the full text of articles, and how to add attachments to your references .

Thursday, 5 June 2014

RefWorks downtime - Sunday June 15th

On Sunday 15th June ProQuest will be making some improvements to their internal systems, which will mean that all of their databases and RefWorks will not be available between 3am and 11am.

Tuesday, 13 May 2014

Access problem fixed

This morning's problem accessing RefWorks has now been fixed.

Please let us know if you continue to have any problems.

No access to RefWorks

The server which manages access to UK Access Management Federation resources is down, which means there is no access via UK Access Management Federation links. This includes RefWorks and all our Dawsonera ebooks. We have reported the problem and hope to have it fixed as soon as possible.




Thursday, 8 May 2014

Write-N-Cite / ProQuest for Word

RefWorks have recently released an upgraded version 4 of Write-n-Cite, called ProQuest for Word. There is guidance on this on the RefWorks help site.

After you have installed it, you need to login in with a code which you will find in RefWorks under Tools, Write-n-cite.



















If you have any problems, please let us know.

Thursday, 20 March 2014

Update: RefWorks "Go to Page" Feature

From the RefWorks Community blog:

At the request of users, RefWorks has added a “go to page” feature to simplify the process of sorting through references. Now users have the ability to quickly jump to a specific page, and they no longer have to scroll through numerous pages when searching for references in their personal library. Simply type a page number in the box provided (e.g. page 217 seen below), and you can go directly to the page you need to view.

Monday, 24 February 2014

RefWorks mobile - not supported for University of Bedfordshire users

RefWorks do have a mobile version - RefMobile. However, it does not support Shibboleth authentication, which is what the University of Bedfordshire uses to enable you to log in with your university username and password. RefWorks have told us that they have no plans to make this available. (You can contact support@refworks.com if you have any comments to make about this.) You can still use RefWorks on your phone or tablet, but you will have to use the Desktop Version link, and then My Institution's Credentials (Shibboleth).