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I am currently off-campus and trying to access RefWorks. I have the group code but the site still asks for a username and password. Is there a username and password for this site? Also, I tried using my USP account information but that did not work. Thank you! Hi I have populated my RefWorks with a list of journal articles for a paper that I am writing. My question - can RefWorks format internet sites? I wanted to see if I could import internet sites to create a list of all internet sites that I referenced for my paper
Last Updated: Mar 13, 2014  |  64 Views

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 You have to create own your username and password for RefWorks.


Ref Grab-it is the closest thing they have to referencing Web sites.  That said, RefWorks was really designed for books because it checks WorldCat for citation information.  As you know, there is little regularity to how a Website is titled and who is the author.  This may be an instance in which you will have to enter your own citation information.  To do this in RefWorks:
Go to References in the navigation bar, select Add New Reference.  In "View Fields Used By", select your citation style.  After Ref Type, scroll down to Web Page.  This will change the required fields for you to fill out.

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