How to use RefWorks

Japanese

The ProQuest Corporation has made the 
bibliographic tool RefWorks available to the University of Tokyo.

The program can be used free of charge by students or staff, 
as long as they are affiliated with the University of Tokyo.

(This does not include students who have already graduated or completed 
their studies. We encourage students to save their research data 
before graduation.)

*For inquiries, contact ASK Service


*About new RefWorks (2016.8.5) 
If a select screen appears when you try to import records to RefWorks,
select legacy RefWorks.

New RefWorks is under construction and planned to release in 2017.


 RefWorks can be used in these ways

RefWorks can be put to use in research, education, or work in a number ways. Its main uses are detailed below. 1) Creating your own document database on the internet You can store necessary data from various document databases and websites through RefWorks, saving and editing your own document list. There is no limit on the amount of data that can be stored. Since the data is stored on the internet, you can log in and access it from any location. 2) Automatically creating a bibliography Data stored to RefWorks can be searched and accessed while writing an article, and used to automatically create lists of the documents referenced in quotations and bibliographies. 3) Sharing and publically releasing document folders Document lists created through RefWorks can be made available on the internet to classes, seminars, research groups, or other specified members. Non-RefWorks users can access shared documents as well. Since the URL of a document list can be made public to those who do not have a contract with RefWorks, lists of research achievements can be published on the internet.

 User registration is required

When using RefWorks for the first time, it is necessary to access RefWorks from an on-campus computer station, and use the registration screen. (How to register as a user) 1. Access http://www.refworks.com/refworks from an on-campus computer station. 2. Click on "Sign Up for a New Account." 3. At the screen displaying "Create an account at University of Tokyo," input all fields and click the "Create Account" button. *Please select your own Login Name and Password. They will be sent to the E-Mail address you register.

 How to access RefWorks

After performing registration from On-campus, access is possible from On or Off-campus. On- or off- campus access: 1. Access http://www.refworks.com/refworks 2. Enter your registered Log-in Name and Password, then click the "Login" button. (Access from on-campus for user registration.) *When you use the "Write-N-Cite" tool ver. 3 from off-campus, Group Code of the University of Tokyo is required. Group Code may change at times. You can verify at this page, "On-campus Only."

 RefWorks User Manual

RefWorks Fundamentals User Workbook [PDF] RefWorks Fundamentals Videos RefWorks Advanced User Workbook [PDF] RefWorks Advanced Features Videos For databases that support the RefWorks direct import feature, simply clicking on search results will load the data into RefWorks. For databases not supporting this feature, data can be input into RefWorks after being downloaded by the specified method. Detailed methods are listed below. Importing From Online Data Vendors

 About other document processing tools

Students, faculty, and staff of the University of Tokyo may also use the Thomson-Reuters' bibliographic tool EndNote basic and the Elsevier's bibliographic tool Mendeley free of charge. How to use EndNote basic How to use Mendeley Select the program that best suits your purpose and preferences. (References) Main differences between RefWorks, EndNote basic, Mendeley, EndNote *On-campus Only (References) Data transfer methods for EndNote basic, EndNote, and RefWorks

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