Our citation manager RefWorks has transitioned to a new version. The old version is now considered "Legacy".
For help and documentation, see ProQuest LibGuides: New RefWorks.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Do I have to switch to new RefWorks? Will my old account be deleted?
A: You don't have to switch right now, but Legacy RefWorks will no longer be supported and will not work well with operating systems and browsers as time goes on. There is no set date for Legacy RefWorks to discontinue or for old accounts to be deleted.
Q: Can I transfer my citations to new RefWorks?
A: Yes. See New RefWorks: Importing your existing references.
Q: Are Word documents formatted with WriteNCite for Legacy RefWorks compatible with new RefWorks, and vice versa?
A: Not at this time; ProQuest is working on a conversion tool for old RefWorks to new, but it hasn't been released yet. If you are working on a Word document we suggest that you continue with old RefWorks until you're finished.
Q: If I make changes in my Legacy RefWorks account, will those changes automatically be reflected in my new RefWorks account? (or vice versa).
A: No. The accounts are not synchronized. You can manually import or export references, but changes made in one account won't automatically happen in the other.