Skip to main content

Seminar in Meta-Analysis: RefWorks

Importing single citations

  • On the Search Results screen, select the citations you want to import into RefWorks by selecting the checkboxes to the left of the appropriate citations.
  • Select the RefWorks button Refworks button above the search results list.
  • The RefWorks Login page should open in a new browser window or tab. If not, manually open a new browser window or tab, go to Refworks and select User Login.
  • Log in to your RefWorks account with your username and password. (If you are a new user, you may create an account from a link on this page.)
  • Once you have logged in, you should see the RefWorks Import page. Click View last imported folder to see your imported citations.

If you are performing multiple searches in a database you may want use the Marked List feature. This will allow you to efficiently export citations from multiple searches at one time.

  • On the Search Results screen, select the citations you want to import into RefWorks by selecting the checkboxes to the left of the appropriate citations.
  • Then choose the Marked List icon Marked list icon in Web of Science. A check mark will appear next to the citations you've chosen, and the number of records you've marked will appear as a link next to the icon.
  • Once you've finished building your citation list, select the Marked List link (in parentheses next to the icon). You will be taken to the Output Options screen:
    Marked list in Web of Science
  • On the Output Options page, leave the bold fields checked. Make sure the ISSN box is checked; this enables UC-eLinks UC-eLinks button to work from within your RefWorks account. Check the Abstract field if you want to include article abstracts in your RefWorks database.
  • Under Step 3 select the Refworks button:
    Save to refworks button in Web of Science
  • The RefWorks Login page should automatically open in a new browser window or tab. If not, manually open a new browser window or tab and go to Refworks and login.
  • From the Refworks Import page click View last imported folder to see your imported citations.

In an EBSCO database:

  1. From the Search Results screen, select each reference you'd like to import into RefWorks by selecting the Add to Folder icon.

    add to folder icon

  2. Click Go to Folder View on the right sidebar.
  3. Click the Select/deselect all checkbox. Click Export (right sidebar).
  4. On the next screen, choose Direct Export to RefWorks. Click the Save button.
  5. RefWorks will open automatically in a new window or tab. Log in to RefWorks.

Video: icon for link to video  Export References from EBSCO databases into RefWorks (~1min, 45sec)

Video: icon for link to video  Exporting from PubMed to RefWorks (~2min)

Loading ...
Loading ...

500 W. University Avenue : El Paso, TX, 79968-0582 : (915) 747-5672
Copyright | Privacy Policy | Disclaimer
State Reports | UT System | Customer Service Statement | Site Feedback | Required Links |