Library Research Guide
K-State Libraries subscription to RefWorks ended on Dec 31, 2019; however, all existing accounts will be active until July 1, 2021. If you have used RefWorks since we ended our subscription and you want to keep citations and PDFs stored in RefWorks you must transfer them to an alternate citation manager. After July 1, K-State users’ RefWorks accounts will be permanently inaccessible. For more information, please visit the RefWorks Transition page: guides.lib.ksu.edu/refworks-transition.
This page will guide you through the steps to export your citations from RefWorks and import them into another citation manager.
The instructions for exporting your citations are dependent on which version you are currently using. This table will help you identify your software version.
|Version||RefWorks 3||RefWorks 2|
|Start here||RefWorks 3 Export Bookmarklet||RefWorks 2 Export Step-by-Step|
After December 31, 2019 you cannot continue to work on existing documents using RefWorks' Write-n-Cite.
Do not change your in-text citations if you are actively working on a deadline for a paper, grant, dissertation, or thesis which you will complete before December 31, 2019.
Zotero, Mendeley, and EndNote have Microsoft Office Add-ins similar to Write-n-Cite. Remember, when you switch documents from Write-n-Cite to another citation manager's Microsoft Office Add-in: