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. ‚ÄčA 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 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.

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