Ieee Refworks Bibliography
Step 3. Write Your Paper and Inserting Citations or Footnotes and Your Bibliography
Note: You may want to sync your RefWorks database with Write-N-Cite if you have recently added references you want to use in your paper. Click the Sync my database icon to download new or updated references and output styles.
When you are ready to insert an in-text citation or footnote into your paper:
1. Click the Insert Citation and Insert New option to launch the insert/edit citation box. If you have previously used Write-N-Cite, you may see some recently selected citations listed above the Insert New option. You can select citations displayed from this list or access all your references from the Insert New option.
2. Once the Insert/Edit Citation box displays, you can access references by folder search for a specific reference. The search box will search every field of every reference. You can use “AND” and “OR” when using the search box.
Tip: Use the horizontal scroll bar to see the full title of a reference. Right-clicking on the reference and choosing the item from the context menu will display the complete record (file attachments are not displayed).
Full Reference View:
3. Click on the reference you wish to insert into your paper. You will see a preview of the formatted citation in your current Output Style.
4. Click OK to insert your formatted citation into your paper.
Tip: To add a second references in a single citation, click the + button in the Compose Citation area and then select the reference from your list.
5. To insert a footnote instead of an in-text citation, click the Make Footnote checkbox in the Edit Reference area. Once you make a footnote and finish editing the citation, you will not be able to undo this action. However, you can always add a new in-text citation.
6. You can insert your bibliography anywhere in your paper while you are writing. Click Bibliography Options, Insert Bibliography. Note: the bibliography will be inserted wherever the cursor is in your paper. You can click Remove Bibliography and re-insert if it you need to change the location.
You can drag and drop a document (.pdf, .doc, etc.) directly into the Upload document box to upload an existing MS Office, Open Office or .pdf file from your computer. Only 1 document per item allowed.
From the second option, you can also import a set of references from a text file in the formats offered.
- On the resulting page, you will able to click and drag the file onto the page to begin importing.
- Using Create new reference you can manually enter your bibliographic data or click and drag a file to be imported as well.
- Tip: If you have multiple documents to add to RefWorks, you can select and drag them all at once. RefWorks will create separate items for each.
If you do not have a file to upload, simply populate the blank fields by typing in the necessary information. Once you have manually added your item using one of these options, click Save and your item will be added to your RefWorks library.
Uploading One or More Documents from your Computer with Drag & Drop
RefWorks makes it really easy to get documents into your computer – just drag and drop one or more files and RefWorks will do the rest!
If you want to add your documents to a specific collection, make sure you’re viewing the collection first, then drag and drop the file(s). If you’re dragging multiple files, RefWorks will create a separate item for each document. Otherwise, drag and drop documents in the All Documents view and you can file them in collections once they are uploaded.
If you’re not sure where the file is on your computer, you can also click the Add a reference icon , then click Import reference option and then use the box for drag and drop, or, to browse and search your computer.
Note: This option allows you to upload only one document at a time.
If no reference information is provided, you can manually enter the information. Make sure to click the Save button to save the reference information.