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Meet with a Subject Specialist
Arrange to meet with the librarian who specializes in your subject field for customized help with major research projects. Contact the subject specialist for your area


Get Organized

One of the biggest challenges with any research project is keeping your research studies, articles, and citations organized so you can access and cite them when needed.   RefWorks greatly simplifies that process. RefWorks is an online tool for organizing, storing, and sharing citations. 

Other useful resources for working with Refworks include short video tutorials on specific topics, and a seven-page, printable Quick Start Guide that provides a handy reference.  While RefWorks is primarily a biblographic citation manager, you can also use it to store your full-text documents by attaching them to the individual item record while in edit mode.

Please Note! RefWorks is a wonderful tool to save you a lot of time when you need it the most, but it is no substitute for the human mind.  You will need to carefully proofread any citations generated for errors, especially capitalization mistakes.


Log In To Refworks

RefWorks (Use this link if you already have a RefWorks account).

If you have difficulty with RefWorks from off campus, please call the reference desk at (828) 227-7465 or (866) 928-5424.


Set Up a RefWorks Account

  • Go to RefWorks
  • If you are off campus, you will need to access RefWorks via the link above, or the Library's A to Z list of resources
  • Off-campus users will need to enter your last name and 92#
  • Click on "Sign up for an Individual Account"
  • Fill out the form. Your login name and password can be anything--choose something you will remember!

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