May 2020: RefWorks Citation Manager has been updated. This should automatically happen. If you have any problems please go to Ask a Librarian and raise a ticket with us. To see the changes please watch the video below.
To set up a RefWorks account go to sign up.
For help using RefWorks, go to:
To link RefWorks to Word, please follow the instructions in the Integration with Word section on this page.
To integrate RefWorks with Word us RefWorks Citation Manager.
Windows 10 PC with Word 2016 or newer
For computers running older versions of Word, see the Proquest New RefWorks Libguide.
Macs running the operating system 10.6+ with Word 2016 or newer
Macs with older versions of Word should see the Proquest New RefWorks Libguide.
If you use Google Docs for writing you can get an add in which will integrate with RefWorks.
May 2020: RefWorks Citation Manager update. There is a new version of RCM which means the images in the slides are slightly out of date. Thsi will be changed when the talk is next given.
The slides above are a new set created August 2019 and updated in February 2020.
The recording available via the link below was made on 3rd April 2020.
Only RefWorks is supported by Middlesex University Library, so if you haven't decided what to use, please look at RefWorks first. Alternatives you may wish to use are:
If you have written a document in separate sections, you can easily combine them into one document as follows:
To add p or pp to ciations do this: