RefWorks for arts, humanities and social sciences
Who is this workshop for?
Anyone who needs to keep track of what they are reading and then cite these sources in their own work. This workshop is an introduction to RefWorks – software which runs in your Web browser and helps you manage publication references. It is aimed specifically at arts and social science - as referencing styles differ between subject disciplines.
Why come to this session?
RefWorks can save you a lot of time by helping you to organise, manage and cite references
What will it cover?
How to register for RefWorks and download the Write-N-Cite toolbar
How to input references manually; from a database and from the Library catalogue
How to create a bibliography automatically in Word, using the Write-N-Cite toolbar
How to create an independent bibliography
Do I need to do anything to prepare?
It would be useful for you to bring a couple of sample references with you and to find out which reference style (e.g. Harvard) your School or department uses.
No need to sign up in advance
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All rooms are wheelchair accessible
Special requirements can be catered for (eg large print materials) click here to let us know what you need
When is this workshop next happening?
We schedule our workshops at the beginning of each term. Click the links below to see: