Click RefGrab-it on the Tools menu at the top of the screen. This will open a new window called Download RefGrab-it. Follow other instructions for Firefox. For Explorer, right click on the RefGrab-It bookmarklet link, then Add to favourites. Click yes to security alert that may not be safe. In Add a favourite box, click Add. RefGrab-it should now appear on your Favourites toolbar.
Go to the homepage of the Financial Services Authority (www.fsa.gov.uk) and click on the FSA Handbook link.
From the Favourites menu on your browser click RefGrab-It bookmarklet.
A new page will pop up. Select the box beside FSA Handbook then click the Import to RefWorks button to import the reference for the web page into Refworks.
Creating folders and moving information
This can be useful when you are researching more than one topic.
In the Folders menu, click Create new Folder
Name it ultrasound and click OK
In the Search RefWorks box at the top right of the screen enter ultrasound then click Go
From the resulting list, select All in list
In the Put in Folder box, select ultrasound, click OK.
Searching the library catalogue
In the RefWorks search menu, click Online catalog or databases
Select GCU Library
Do a Quick search for PhD research and click search
From the search results window, either select some titles and click the use selected button, or select the all in list button, then click Import.
Searching COPAC (combined UK University library catalogues
From the RefWorks search menu, click Online catalog or database
Do a Quick search for PhD research methodology and click search
From the search results window, either select some titles and click the use selected button, or select the all in list button, then click Import
What about ebooks?
Import your ebook references from the catalogue using the instructions above
In RefWorks Edit each reference changing Source type to Electronic
Enter the date that you accessed to eBook in the Pub date free form field. Enter the date in the following format 29th March 2010
Save the reference
The eBook will apprear in the correct format when you create your bibliography
If you have imported all the references from both searches, you may have duplicates.
Click the View menu, then select Duplicates and Exact match
You can select items to delete from the duplicates list by marking them, then clicking the delete button
Searching within RefWorks database using the lookup function
In the Search menu, you can select Lookup by periodical, author or descriptor
Choose lookup by periodical
From the A-Z list of journals displayed, select one by clicking on it.
RefWorks will display your citations (already imported) from that particular journal.
Formatting a Paper
*Close Refworks before starting this section*
You will need Word and Write-N-Cite for this. This is already installed on University computers. (If you are working at home, see the section further on on downloading to your home computer.) Click the Write n' cite icon on the desktop or go to the Start menu, then Programs to access Write N Cite. This should open Word as well.
Sign in using Athens username and password.
In Word, open a new document and Write some text in your document - it need not make any sense, but type in a few lines of text.
Save it to the desktop as RWtraining.doc in 97-2003 file format
Click the Write-N-Cite tab on the toolbar at the foot of your screen
Tick Always on Top
A window opens containing all your imported references
Place the cursor at the end of one of your sentences.
Click the blue Cite link at the left of one of your references in Write-N-Cite. The in-text citation will appear in your Word document surrounded by curly brackets. You may get an extra set of brackets and a number but these will disappear when you run Create Bibliography.
Insert more citations from the list by repeating the step above.
Save the Word document
Click the write n' cite tab on the toolbar at the foot of the screen, then click Bibliography
Click the radio button for "Format Paper and Bibliography"
Click Create Bibliography
To download Write-N-Cite on your home PC (Only to be used on your home PC)
Click Tools in RefWorks and select Write-N-Cite.
Click on the link provided to download the Windows version, and click Run and Run again when prompted
Follow the steps to install, then click Finish
Close all your open programs
Click Start - Programs - Refworks - Install Write N Cite for Word
Once this has installed open Word.
Now you are an expert, you may want to continue your research with a group and use RefShare