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Occupational Therapy - Dallas: Citing

Occupational therapy research guide for TWU Dallas students, faculty and staff.

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About RefWorks Legacy

RefWorks Legacy is a tool to help you:

  • Store and organize citations
  • Create bibliographies instantly
  • Create automatic in-text citations while using Microsoft Word or Google Docs

You will continue to have access to your RefWorks account even after you have left TWU. If you are new to RefWorks, it is best to use the new version, RefWorks 3.0.

Getting Started

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Write-N-Cite
  • There is no longer a Write-N-Cite tool available for download in RefWorks Legacy. RefWorks is focusing their time developing a new Write-N-Cite tool for RefWorks 3.0.

  • If you previously downloaded Write-N-Cite on your computer, you may still be able to use it.

  • If you experience an error with the Write-N-Cite tool for RefWorks Legacy, neither RefWorks nor the library can resolve the issue.

  • To avoid compatibility issues, avoid using the old Write-N-Cite tool and instead create in-text citations manually.

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Write-N-Cite
  • Write-N-Cite for Word is not compatible with anything older than Windows 10. RefWorks is working to repair these issues.
Importing Citations
  • Citations imported from some databases may display incorrectly. For example, article citations imported from the CINAHL database may show up as a book citation. If you notice that this has happened, you can edit the citation within RefWorks to categorize it as an article instead of a book.
Folder Sharing
  • You may experience issues when sharing RefWorks folders with other users. Ensure that both you and the person/people you are sharing with are using the same version of RefWorks. If one of you is using RefWorks Legacy and the other is using RefWorks 3.0, folder sharing will not work.
Migrating from RefWorks Legacy to RefWorks 3.0
  • Citations transferred from RefWorks Legacy to RefWorks 3.0 may transfer successfully only to disappear from RefWorks 3.0 a few hours later. If this happens to you, you can still access your citations in RefWorks Legacy.