Answered By: Lisa Beinhoff, Ph.D., MLS, AHIP Last Updated: Nov 06, 2019 Views: 43
Answered By: Lisa Beinhoff, Ph.D., MLS, AHIP
Last Updated: Nov 06, 2019 Views: 43
ProQuest has announced the release of The New RefWorks (RefWorks 3) and Legacy RefWorks (RefWorks 2) retired in early 2018. A Legacy RefWorks 2 account can be migrated (copied) into a new RefWorks 3 account.
If you are a new user (you have never used RefWorks before) you must use your ttuhsc.edu email address as your user name.
If you are an existing user, we recommend you migrate (copy) your current RefWorks data into a new RefWorks 3 account, then begin using only RefWorks 3.
Before you migrate, read carefully this important document to see how you will be impacted.
- Papers started in legacy RefWorks will not be compatible with new RefWorks, so we recommend you keep your legacy RefWorks account until you complete your work.