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What is RefWorks?

RefWorks is an online citation management tool.  This tool allows users to import citation information directly from the library databases.  Another great feature is the ability to grab information right off the web and import the bibliographic information into RefWorks.  RefWorks is available 24/7 whenever and wherever you are.   Using the Write-n-Cite feature of the program empowers students to quickly and correctly create in-text citations and their bibliography.  RefWorks provides the ability to create references in many different formatting styles including MLA, APA, CSE, and hundreds of others.

RefWorks is available to all students, faculty and staff of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. 

Accessing RefWorks

On-Campus:

To access RefWorks click on the RefWorks logo above or Click Here. Then click the login link to log on.

To log in from on-campus you will need your username and password.

Off-Campus:

To log in from off-campus click on the RefWorks logo above or Click Here. Then click the login link to log on.

You will need your username and password plus you will need the group code that was included in the e-mail sent to you when you registered.

Tutorials

RefWorks offers tutorials at: http://www.youtube.com/proquestrefworks

Handouts

These handouts provide information on how to register, how to add references from a library database and how to use the Write-n-Cite feature.  The handouts are available in PDF format and will open in a new window.

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updated 07/11/2012



Click Here to read a Message from the Dean.

 Click Here to read Douglass Notes, Volume 6, no. 4 

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RefWorks is available now to all students, faculty and staff.  Click on the RefWorks logo to begin using it or Click Here for more information/tutorials.

  

UMES Yearbooks (1959 - 2009) Have Been Digitized

See the Special Collections web page for more information.

 

 

 

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