|Old RefWorks||the New RefWorks|
Legacy RefWorks is still available, but we strongly recommend moving to new RefWorks as this version will eventually be unsupported.
It's intuitive! It's easy! It does its work!
Check out our Guide and try out the New version of RefWorks!
Old RefWorks links
To learn more about how to use RefWorks, look at the following links for quick and easy help.
When logging in you may need to insert the UST Refworks Group Code
Alumni have lifelong access to RefWorks but must transfer your student account to an alumni account.
RefWorks allows you to:
In order to use RefWorks you must create an account
Creating an Account
Adding References to Your Personal Database
References can be added to RefWorks either electronically or manually. The method you use will depend on where you find a reference. See the Saving Citations tab for more info.
RefWorks isn't perfect: the quality of the citation in the database where you found the reference determines its accuracy. You need to become familiar enough with your chosen citation style (APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.) to edit citations in RefWorks when necessary to make your Bibliography accurate.
For information on the major citation styles, see our Citing Sources guide.