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Writing with RefWorks

RefWorks can be synced with Microsoft Word or Google Docs which will allow you to insert in-text citations and bibliographies as you are writing. You can either use the MS Word add on Write-N-Cite that can be downloaded from the Tools in RefWorks, or you can use the new interface called RefWorks Citation Manager (RCM)  which is a plugin that lets you run a simplified version of RefWorks inside Word.

RCM is the correct plugin if you are using Microsoft Word 365. 
The links below give text instructions for installing the plugins.

What is RefWorks?

Want to learn about RefWorks? 
Check out the Library's Introduction to RefWorks video tutorial to learn all about how RefWorks can help build your References page.