RefWorks at University Libraries
It is possible to conduct searches from within RefWorks, however, RefWorks advises that users "will always get better search results by searching directly in the catalog or data source." Most of the databases available from University Libraries allow search results to be exported directly to RefWorks. Visit RefWorks own Web site for the most complete list of vendors that provide direct export to RefWorks. RefWorks also maintains a Web page with instructions for exporting from specific databases into RefWorks.
Mobile Devices.Patrons using mobile devices can connect to the Refworks Mobile site.
Need help getting started?
The links below direct you to resources designed to help you use RefWorks.
Need more help?
Look for your question, including technical questions, on RefWorks' FAQ. You may also contact University Libraries using the Ask-a-Librarian form or by phoning the Cook Library Reference Services desk at 601.266.4249.
RefWorks is available to all University faculty, staff, and students from on or off campus. Off-campus access is accomplished through the libraries' proxy server, and when using Write-N-Cite, by entering the library's 'group code' (see step 5 under 'new users').