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Faculty Guide to the Regis Library

Academic Advising, Accessibility Services, and the Finucane O'Sullivan Institute for Learning

RefWorks

Regis uses RefWorks for citation management.

RefWorks is web-based software which means you can use it from off-campus or on-campus.  Users can create and organize a personal database of citations. With RefWorks you can:

  • Import citations from online catalogs, databases, websites, etc. into your RefWorks account
  • Organize the citations into folders and subfolders that you create
  • Search your RefWorks database for citations either by author or journal title
  • Format bibliographies according to most major styles, including APA, MLA, Chicago
  • Create in-text citations
  • Maintain a RefWorks account for free while you are affiliated with Regis

All About RefWorks

Users who are using RefWorks for the first time should use NEW Refworks, not Legacy RefWorks.  Librarians are available to work with you to get you started.  Please contact the library. 

Legacy RefWorks will not be supported by the vendor, ProQuest, as of January 1, 2018. 

Users of Legacy RefWorks can migrate their data to the New RefWorks.  Please contact the library for help.