Fall Quarter RefWorks Workshops

Learn how to use RefWorks to organize your references and instantly format your research papers, articles, and other publications using APA, MLA and hundreds of other writing styles. The 90 minute session will cover:

  • creating a RefWorks account
  • introduction to RefWorks’ interface and help resources
  • 3 different ways to import references from databases/catalog into RefWorks
  • creating a bibliography
  • using Write-N-Cite to insert and format references in your paper.

Classes located in Biomedical Library, Computer Classroom:

  • Wednesday, September 22, 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday, November 16, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.

Classes located in Geisel Library, Library Classroom 1 (Room 274):

  • Wednesday, October 6, 3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
  • Thursday, October 28, 9:00 – 10:30 a.m.

Register for a workshop today!

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Summer RefWorks Workshops

Learn how to use RefWorks to organize your references and instantly format your research papers, articles, and other publications using APA, MLA and hundreds of other writing styles. The ninety minute sessions will cover creating a RefWorks account, an introduction to RefWorks’ interface and help resources, 3 different ways to import references from databases/catalog into RefWorks, managing those references, creating a bibliography, and using Write-N-Cite to insert and format references in your paper.

To register for classes available in July & August, visit http://libraries.ucsd.edu/services/refworks.html.

Classes are offered in both Geisel and Biomedical Library buildings.

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Messy citations? RefWorks can help!

Learn how to use RefWorks to organize your references and instantly format your research papers, articles, and other publications using APA, MLA and hundreds of other writing styles. The ninety minute sessions will cover creating a RefWorks account, an introduction to RefWorks’ interface and help resources, 3 different ways to import references from databases/catalog into RefWorks, managing those references, creating a bibliography, and using Write-N-Cite to insert and format references in your paper.

To register for classes available in April and May, visit http://libraries.ucsd.edu/services/refworks.html. Classes are offered in both Geisel and Biomedical Library buildings.

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Winter Quarter RefWorks Classes

Learn how to use RefWorks to organize your references and instantly format your research papers, articles, and other publications using APA, MLA and hundreds of other writing styles. The ninety minute sessions will cover creating a RefWorks account, an introduction to RefWorks’ interface and help resources, 3 different ways to import references from databases/catalog into RefWorks, managing those references, creating a bibliography, and using Write-N-Cite to insert and format references in your paper.

To register for classes available in January and February, visit http://libraries.ucsd.edu/services/refworks.html. Classes are offered in both Geisel and Biomedical Library buildings.

Spring Quarter 2008 RefWorks Classes

Learn how to use RefWorks to organize your references and instantly format your research papers, articles, and other publications using APA, MLA and hundreds of other writing styles. The ninety minute sessions will cover creating a RefWorks account, an introduction to RefWorks’ interface and help resources, 3 different ways to import references from databases/catalog into RefWorks, managing those references, creating a bibliography, and using Write-N-Cite to insert and format references in your paper.

To register for classes available in April and May, visit http://libraries.ucsd.edu/services/refworks.html . All classes are located in Geisel Library, Library Classroom 1 (Room 274).

The Biomedical Library is also offering EndNote and RefWorks classes. For their schedule and more information- http://biomed.ucsd.edu/services/instruc.htm

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