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RefWorks is a citation manager. It can help you organize your research by storing citations for the articles you find. You can then use those citations to automatically generate a bibliography, formatted to whatever citation style you choose. You can even sync your RefWorks account with Microsoft Word to drop in-text citations into your document.
RefWorks looks complicated, but it's actually easy to use and very helpful. This guide will help you get started.
RefWorks is a reference management service for publishing and managing citations, bibliographies, and references.
Help with citing sources
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