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RefWorks & Group Work
When a professor assigns group work and suggests that you use RefWorks, use the RefWorks Add-On for Google Docs for collaboration.
Attend a RefWorks Workshop
RefWorks Workshops are open to everyone. Check with your professor to see if they are issuing credit for attendance. Drop in to a session of your choice. These sessions meet in the Wiggins Computer Lab (Rm. 312).
PubMed® comprises more than 30 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Citations may include links to full-text content from PubMed Central and publisher web sites.
Peer Review Video
Peer Review in Three Minutes
In this tutorial (created by NCSU Libraries under a Creative Commons license) scholarly journals and the peer review process are described in detail.
Do you have a RefWorks account?
New to RefWorks or want to start using the new version?
Sign up for an Individual Account
When signing up for your account, use your Campbell e-mail address to prove affiliation with Campbell University.
New RefWorks is recommended.
Support is being phased out for RefWorks Legacy. Ask a librarian how to transfer your folders and citations to New RefWorks or look for instructions on the New RefWorks Research Guide.
Video Tutorial: Learn New RefWorks in 20 Minutes
Show Me!- PubMed & RefWorks Videos
Finding Clinical Trials in PubMed
This tutorial (3:26 min) teaches how to control your search in PubMed to find clinical trials.
RefWorks: Importing Citations from PubMed
This tutorial (1:45 min) demonstrates how RefWorks can be used to store citations for papers that you are writing. RefWorks allows you to generate a bibliography with the click of a button.
Writing with RefWorks (Write-n-Cite and more)
This RefWorks training session will cover several tools you can use when writing a research paper and using RefWorks to supply citations and bibliographies. We'll be showing RefWorks Citation Manager, Write-N-Cite, ProQuest RefWorks for Google Docs, and Quick Cite.