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Guide to using RefWorks   Tags: annotations, bibliographies, citations, refworks  

This guide will aid you in setting up and managing your RefWorks 2.0 account as well as lead you to various resources to ensure correct citations. This guide will also link you to examples and help for annotated bibliographies.
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Use This Guide To.....

  • Set up your RefWorks Account
  • Learn how to import citations from different databases
  • Manage your ciations in Refworks
  • Create a bibliography from your saved citations in RefWorks

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