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This page provides access and support for RefWorks, a tool for collecting, accessing, organizing, citing, and sharing research citations.
Last Updated: Jan 12, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Almuni Access

Refworks allows users to continue access even after leaving TAMU.  Access is also extended to TAMU almuni.

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2) Click on Login tab

Please contact Margaret Foster at with questions.


What is RefWorks? Getting started

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RefWorks is a web based tool for collecting, accessing, organizing, citing, and sharing citations including articles, books, websites, and more.  

Step 1. Create an account: Fill out form, selecting your own username and password

Step 2. Learn the basics: Print Handout on RefWorks (includes RefGrabIt and Write N Cite) OR watch videos

Step 3. Add citations:Add from variety of sources (many are covered in handout)

  • Add from: Compendex, Ebsco, JSTOR, Lexis Nexis, Ovid, Proquest, Pubmed, ScienceDirect, Web of Science
  • Add from Articles search on Library Homepage
  • Add from Endnote, another TAMU RefWorks account, another university RefWorks account
  • Add using RefGrabIt, a tool for adding websites Pubmed articles, & more

Step 4. Managing Citations: organizing citations by folder, removing duplicates, adding PDF's, and more

Step 5. Create bibliographies: RefWorks helps you create bibliographies in 3 ways- quick list, Using Write-N-Cite in MS Word (PC or Mac), or using any word processor such as open office (handout)

Advanced Techniques: sharing citations, adding PDF's, customizing, sending citations to MS Excel, and more

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RefWorks Team

Stephen Bales               (Evans Library)

Margaret Foster         (Medical Sciences Library)


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