Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Write N Cite for different operating systems

It can be confusing installing Write N Cite on different operating systems so RefWorks have issued a summary:



The latest version of Write N Cite for Legacy RefWorks (this is the version we use) is version 4.4. This should be available to download from RefWorks and is compatible with all versions of MS Office from 2007 to 2013.

For Office 2016 on both Windows and Mac you would need to install the RefWorks Citation Manager. This works with both Legacy and new RefWorks.

The RefWorks Citation Manager is available from the Microsoft store.

To download it, from within Word, go to: Insert > Add-ins > Store and then search for RefWorks.

Select the RefWorks Citation Manager and add it by clicking the 'trust it' button.

You will then be requested to enter your RefWorks log in details before you can start using it.

Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Login problems

We are currently having some problems with login to UK Access Management authenticated resources such as ebooks, RefWorks and Reading lists.

Monday, 10 October 2016

Login problem fixed

It looks like the login problems are fixed, please let us know if you get any more errors.

No login to RefWorks

The current network problem means there is no login to UK Access Management authenticated resources such as ebooks, RefWorks and Reading lists.

Thursday, 6 October 2016

"Which version of RefWorks would you like to export to?"

RefWorks is currently available in two versions - new RefWorks and old ("legacy") RefWorks. University of Bedfordshire has not yet switched over to the new version, so if you are trying to get into RefWorks and you get the choice, choose the legacy RefWorks option (with the orange logo).












When we do make the change, we will let you know!

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

RefWorks downtime Sunday 21 August 2016

RefWorks will be unavailable Sunday, 21 Aug., 3:00 a.m. through Sunday, 21 Aug., 11:00 p.m.  - the software provider, ProQuest, explains that this is to upgrade infrastructure, enhance security, and maintain reliability.

Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Login problems

We're once again having an issue with login to ebooks, RefWorks, Reading lists and other UK Access Management Federation resources.

Please bear with us while we try to get this fixed.