RefWorks is a web-based tool that allows you to create and manage your own personal database of useful references. You can then use these to quickly compile a bibliography for your reports and papers.
It also allows you to collaborate and share your research with colleagues.
However : always check your bibliography, some editing may be required. You still need to have an understanding of the referencing style your School requires.
For further help: please contact email@example.com.
The existing (Legacy) version will remain available for the foreseeable future.
If you are an existing user then you can carry on using the Legacy version for the time being.
You can transfer your references over to the New version at anytime - see the tabbed box (above) on how to transfer your existing account over.
Note: You will still have access to your Legacy version even though you have created a new account in the New version.
If you are new to RefWorks you can log in via the New version or use the Legacy version - see tabbed boxes (above) in this box on how to login in to either version and the menu options on the left for more details on how to use.
For systematic reviews we would recommend using Legacy for the time being.
To find out more information on New RefWorks click on the menu option to the left.
Click on the option to login to New RefWorks button in the box below to login.
Select Use login from my institution, choose Teesside and enter
your university username and password.
To find out more information on Legacy RefWorks click on the menu option to the left.
Click on the button to login to Legacy RefWorks below to login. Choose Teesside and enter your university username and password.
If you have been working on a document and using Write-n-Cite in Legacy it is recommended that you continue using Legacy for that document.
You can move references from your Legacy account into your New account BUT not from your New account back into your Legacy account.