New Way to Access RefWorks at Home!

You can now access RefWorks from home using the standard off-campus authentication (your KU ID card #). Previously users had to use a special password for off-campus access. This will simplify the process.

New link for RefWorks: http://voyager.ship.edu/remote/validate.cgi?db=REFWORKS

RefWorks is an online bibliographic management program that allows faculty, students, and staff at KU to create a personal database of e-references. References can be automatically imported from a search performed in some online databases or references can be entered manually. References can be formatted in a variety of output styles, including APA, MLA, Turabian, and Chicago as well as the styles preferred by a number of journals. KU faculty, staff and students have unlimited access to this software.
Library Help Guide. This database purchased with student technology fees.

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