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NRC 497C - Human-Carnivore Conflicts & Conservation

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RefWorks Citation Manager

RefWorks helps you:

  • Track & organize citations
  • Format bibliographies
  • Write papers with citations 

 RefWorks Login (new version) 

Create a new account (new version)

(Old version RefWorks login)  


RefWorks help: 

Migrating a "legacy" RefWorks account

Directions for adding citations from an old RefWorks account to a new account:

1. Create a new account - you must use your UMass email account for this account.
     This is a completely different account, not one linked to your old account!

2. Import your references by clicking on the + button on the menu bar.

   a. Select Import References

   b. Select RefWorks under Import from another reference manager

You'll be prompted to log into your old account, and they'll take care of the rest.  The time it takes depends on the size of your collection and your network speed.

 

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Help with Annotated Bibliographies

A guide about using and writing Annotated Bibliographies, and how to use RefWorks to format them.

Quick List of Databases for NRC 497C

Use research databases to find journal articles and other types of publications. 

Your research topic determines where best to search. Consult Naka for help.

See Find articles tab for a longer list of databases.

From off-campus, log in with your NetID

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These forms go to a big database for all library classes, so for your feedback to make a difference, please include

- Librarian: Ishii, Naka 
Course no. - NRC 497C Human-Carnivore Conflicts & Conservation 
Date your class saw the librarian - 2/21/2017
Your professor's last name - LeFlore

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