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The Mansfield Library subscribes to RefWorks to make research and citation easier for you. RefWorks is a citation management tool that stores your electronic articles in one place for easy access, organization, citation and sharing. You can save web page content and metadata, create collections to organize or share documents and citations, and upload PDF and Office documents.
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Web-based bibliographic research management, writing, and collaboration tool. Designed for researchers to gather, organize, store and share all types of information and to generate formatted citations and bibliographies.
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. As the Legacy version is tentatively scheduled to be retired at some future date, we recommend new users register for the new RefWorks and current Legacy users begin planning to migrate to the new interface. Click to learn more.
Legacy users may select the Move to the newest version of RefWorks from ProQuest link in the legacy platform should they wish to create an account on the new RefWorks and copy data to the new version at the same time.
Style guides provide information on writing and publication in various disciplines, including how to format manuscripts and cite sources. For example, the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, often referred to as APA style, covers writing for the behavioral and social sciences, manuscript structure, style mechanics, how to display results and credit and reference sources, details of the publication process, and more.
Go to Citation Style Guides and Management Tools for information on the APA, ASA, Chicago/Turabian, MLA, and science citation styles, as well as information on citing government information.