These are the how to guides to the main New Refworks features. You can also find them in the ProQuest Refworks Customer Resources Page:
We offer several webinars on many different topics each month. Below are links to our schedule of upcoming sessions and recordings of recent ones.
Informational webinars presented by the RefWorks Product Manager and recordings of past ones can be found on our
Our New RefWorks screencasts are available 24/7 on our YouTube Channel.
Refworks is a citation manager that allows you to create or import your references for your classes and projects, create reference lists at the click of a button, cite your sources in-text as you write, and organize and store them for as long as you are a student, faculty, or staff at Woodbury.
If it is your first time using RefWorks, you will need to create an account. If you are being prompted for the "group code," contact a librarian for assistance."
There are currently two version of RefWorks available to Woodbury students, faculty, and staff. If you have not made a RefWorks account before, we recommend creating an account with the new RefWorks system, as RefWorks Legacy will eventually be phased out from Woodbury.
If you need assistance with RefWorks Legacy, please feel free to contact me or browse the RefWorks Legacy guide linked on the right side of this page.
The ProQuest RefWorks Customer resources page in the ProQuest Support center is your main information page with the most up-to-date information and resources for the new RefWorks.
If you want to stay up to date, you can sign for updates by clicking on the "notify me button" and entering your e-mail address.
In the Upgrades page you will also find the status of the upgrade roadmap, the latest features released and links to the main Resources, including this LibGuide.
If you have questions not answered by the guide, please feel free to contact me or to browse the following tutorials and help center.