I know that many of you love Google Scholar, so before I even get started on the rest of this post, I want to remind you that Google Scholar should be a supplement to your research, NOT your only source for scholarly articles.
That said, if you’re trying to get some ideas of where to start your research or do a really thorough review of the literature, Google Scholar can be pretty useful, especially when you have it linked to the Capella Library.
Did you know that you can also link Google Scholar to your RefWorks account? It’s easy to do:
3. Scroll all the way down to the bottom section called Bibliography Manager and choose RefWorks from the drop drown menu.
4. Click on the Save Preferences button on the right and you will be taken back to the search page. Now when you search, you’ll see a link to export the citation information to your RefWorks account!
Note: When you use the RefWorks link in Google, you may be required to use our RefWorks group code. The code changes quarterly, so be sure to check the RefWorks page in the library to make sure that you have the most recent code.