New RefWorks from ProQuest was released in June 2016. ProQuest extended Legacy RefWorks to 2019, but it will be decommissioned after all its functionality is moved to New RefWorks.
Your options at this time are:
For more details about New RefWorks, visit the library's RefWorks - New guide and the RefWorks guide provided by ProQuest. If you have any questions, please contact Erin O'Toole, Science Librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A. The newest version of RefWorks Citation Manager (RCM) is now compatible with Word 2016, 2019 and Online! Install RCM in Word through Microsoft Store. See details about the new version in RefWorks releases. Contact Erin O'Toole if you need assistance.
Have any questions? Contact your RefWorks administrator, Erin O'Toole.
RefWorks is a web-based bibliographic manager that allows you to create your own personal database of citations for both academic and personal use. With RefWorks you can:
RefWorks is available for all UNT students, faculty, and staff through the UNT Libraries. See the boxes below to get started creating your RefWorks account and reference database.
Off-Campus Use: If you are using RefWorks somewhere other than the UNT campus, you will be asked to enter a group code along with your username and password when you log in. RefWorks emails the group code to you when you register for your account (check your Junk or Spam email, if you don't see it in your Inbox). You may also contact Ask Us to request the group code.
Browsers: RefWorks works best in Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. If you're using Internet Explorer and RefWorks isn't functioning correctly, try switching to one of the other browsers.
Pop-ups: RefWorks functions with the use of pop-ups. Be sure to turn off your pop-up blocker, or add RefWorks as an exception to the blocker.