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Citation Management

Need help learning EndNote and RefWorks? Not sure what Citation Management is? You've come to the right place.

What is RefWorks?

RefWorks is a web-based bibliographic reference and citation manager. It works with word-processors to create citations in your papers as well as the bibliography in the styles you need.‚Äč


RefWorks has released a completely new version.  The UGA Libraries will spend Fall 2016 training its citation management team in the new system, and design new tutorials and pages.  By January 2017 the UGA Libraries will be training all new users in New RefWorks.  You can create a new RefWorks account right now.  Simply go to and use your UGA email address to register.  

There are extensive tutorials available, and you can request training in New RefWorks right now using the Training Request Form.  New RefWorks provides easy transfer of your citations from Old RefWorks into the new account, and there are lots of new features our users will love, like Write in Cite incorporation into Google Docs.  

Old (Legacy) RefWorks will go away in December 2017, so current users will have to switch to new RefWorks to continue using the service.

If you are currently using Old (Legacy) RefWorks to write a paper, don't migrate your data until you finish.


Contact Elizabeth White for assistance with RefWorks.


Updates and Release Notes

For updates to the service and current release notes, please visit the following pages:

RefWorks 2020 Release Information (updated quarterly)

RefWorks 2019 Release Information