September 20th, 2011

RefWorks Webinar: Wednesday, September 28th

Link to RefWorks information pageIf you’ve been meaning to learn how to use RefWorks, this one-hour session on Wednesday, September 28th is your chance!

The webinar will cover the basics of creating an account, sending articles to RefWorks, organizing folders, and creating APA formatted bibliographies. Time will be provided to answer your burning ReWorks questions!

RefWorks is a research management tool that helps you collect, organize, and store citations from library databases and other resources. If you haven’t been using this handy tool to take control of your research process, sign up today!

If this webinar doesn’t work out for you, our RefWorks information page also includes helpful guides and tutorials to help you get started. Of course, you can always contact the library.



Comment from Mike Regans
Time September 22, 2011 at 9:29 am

Will the webinar be recorded for those that can’t make that date?

Mike Regans,
Motobatt Batteries

Comment from kstaley
Time September 22, 2011 at 11:33 am


Great question. We have recorded a RefWorks webinar already, but are still developing a place on our website to host recorded webinars. Until we get it posted, please know that the RefWorks tutorials listed on the right side of the RefWorks information page cover the same content that’s taught in the webinar.

Comment from Kay Wertz
Time October 5, 2011 at 4:13 pm

I have signed up for and have an account now w/RefWorks. However, I’m not sure if it is a personal account (where I’ll be charged) or if it is set up using my Capella ‘group code’. How can I find out? I don’t want to be surpprised with a bill.
Kay Wertz

Comment from kstaley
Time October 10, 2011 at 9:44 am

Hi Kay,

If you created your account by entering RefWorks from the Capella Library, you should be fine. If you started at, then you would have created an account that you would have to pay for. To verify, log in to your account and check the top right corner. It should say “Capella University” above your name. If it doesn’t, I recommend that you contact RefWorks support to explain the situation. They tend to be very responsive. You can just scroll down to the bottom of your RefWorks account page and click on the Contact Us link.

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