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Communication Sciences and Disorders: RefWorks

Import for MNDiscovery/Library Catalog

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Library Catalog and MNCAT Discovery (Articles & Books)

Single Records

  1. Do search, and locate record.
  2. Click on the Details tab within the full record.
  3. Click on Actions in the upper right corner of the record.
  4. Select RefWorks.
  5. Log in to RefWorks.
  6. In RefWorks, click on View Last Imported Folder.

Multiple Records

1. Do search and mark records. Click on In e-Shelf (beginning of citation). When marked the star will appear orange. Left navigation bar allows you to Add page to e-Shelf. 
2   Sign In at top of right toolbar near your name.
3.  Click on e-Shelf (top right corner).
4.  Under Basket, mark records to be added.
5.  Change to Push to RefWorks (right corner opposite Basket title) and click on Go (red button).
6.  In RefWorks, click on View Last Imported Folder.

Popup Blocker

Popup Blocker Problem

If a pop-up blocker in on, citations will not import into RefWorks. Often below the browser tool bar, a message will appear, "pop-up blocked."

Google Chrome instructions for pop-up blockers.

Mozilla FireFox instructions for pop-up blockers.

Internet Explorer instructions for pop-up blockers.

Safari instructions for pop-up blockers.
Safari does not work well with RefWorks. If you can't get your citations to load, try another browser.

 

 

Import For Gale, EBSCO, & ProQuest Databases

Gale

  1. Do search, and mark citations. A citation can be marked at the list level in the box on the left side. Within the citation, click the box for "Save this document" above the full citation.
  2. Click on View All next to Saved Documents (right column).
  3. Click on Citation Tools.
  4. Under Export to third party software, select RefWorks, and click on Export.
  5. At the bottom of the page under RefWorks Launched, click on RefWorks.
  6. In Refworks, at Import References, arrow down and click on View Last Imported Folder.

EBSCO

  1. Do a search, and mark citations. Click on to print, e-mail or save multiple records (To print, e-mail, or save multiple records) icon opposite title of article or if within record, click on in the right navigation tool bar.
  2. Click on at top toolbar.
  3. At Select / deselect all: Check box before or mark individual records.
  4. Click on , and then choose Direct Export to RefWork.
  5. Click on Save.
  6. In RefWorks click on View Last Imported Folder.

ProQuest (ERIC, PsycINFO, LLBA – Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts; Dissertations & Theses)

  1. Do search, and mark citations. A citation can be marked at the list level in the box on the left side. Within the citation, check Add to selected items at the top of the citation.
  2. Click on Export/Save and arrow to RefWorks.
  3. At “Export/Save,” click on Continue.
  4. Click on View Last Imported Folder to see the citation(s) added.

OCLC 

  1. Do search and mark citations. A citation can be marked at the list level in the box on the left side. Within the citation, click the box to the right of "Mark" by the citation number.
  2. Click on Marked Records (top of display) and then on Export Export icon.
  3. Under "Export To:" click on RefWorks radio button and then on Export.
  4. If it does not work, check for popup blockers (see below).
  5. In Refworks, at Import References, arrow down and click on View Last Imported Folder.
  6. Be sure to Exit the FirstSearch database.

Import for PubMed

PubMed (NLM)

  1. Do search and mark citations. (Box to left of citation number).
  2. Change Summary (above citations), change Format to MEDLINE.
  3. Go to your browser's File menu, select Save As (Internet Explorer) or Save Page (Firefox) or select More tools and then Save Page as (Chrome).  Save to the Desktop or location of your choice.
  4. In RefWorks, under References, arrow to Import.
  5. At Import Filter/Data Source, select NLM PubMed .
  6. At Database, select PubMed.
  7. At Select Text File, click on Browse to locate the saved file and click on Open.
  8. Click on Import.
  9. In RefWorks, a Import References box opens. Arrow down and click on View Last Imported Folder.

Import for Citation Databases

Google Scholar

First you will need to set up RefWorks feature in Google Scholar

  1. From the Google Scholar search page, click on the Settings link.
  2. Scroll down to the Bibliography Manager section.
  3. Select Show Links to Import citations into and select RefWorks from the drop down box.
  4. Click Save.

To import citations to RefWorks do the following.

  1. Open your RefWorks account.
  2. Conduct your search in Google Scholar in another window of the same browser as your RefWorks account.
  3. Select a citation and click on the Import into RefWorks link under citation.
  4. The citation will then appear in the Edit view of a reference in RefWorks.  You may edit the record if you wish. 
  5. At the In Folder(s) field(s), send it to one of your folders in RefWorks.
  6. Click on Save Reference.
  7. Go to the next citation in your search (Google Scholar allows saving only one citation at a time).

Scopus

  1. Conduct your search and mark your records for import.
  2. At top of toolbar between Document Results and Document title, click on the Export.
  3. At Export format, select RefWorks direct export.
  4. At Output, select Complete format (or output of your choice) and click on Export.
  5. In RefWorks, click on View Last Imported Folder to see citations added.

Web of Science (ISI)

  1. Do search, and mark your citations. (Check small box to left of brief citation(s). If moving between brief and full record, write down the citation numbers and mark the records all at one time).
  2. Click on Send to: RefWorks.
  3. Change Record Content: Author, Title, Source, Abstract and click on Send.
  4. If records do not go automatically to RefWorks, check to see if a pop-up blocker appears.
  5. In RefWorks, click on View Last Imported Folder to see citations added.







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