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Legacy RefWorks is obselete
Legacy RefWorks (the orange logo) is now obsolete and will be phased out.
If you are new to RefWorks please use the new (blue) version.
It is no longer possible to set up a new account in Legacy RefWorks.
Move to new RefWorks
The current Legacy RefWorks product has been replaced by New RefWorks.
You should now move to the new version:
- We will help you move to new RefWorks.
- Legacy RefWorks will continue to be usable until at least summer 2020.
- For more detailed information on this change see the Upgrading to New RefWorks page.
- It is no longer possible to set up a new account in Legacy RefWorks
If you are not sure, please ask your Subject Liaison Librarian for advice or look at these pages:
Legacy RefWorks help
The instructions below are for the Legacy product, NOT the new version.