Answered By: Andrea Packwood
Last Updated: Feb 03, 2016     Views: 11

There are several solutions that you could choose from.

1. A simple solution is to collect references in a new folder that you create for the purpose of creating your reference list.  Use the Add to Folder function to do this. You can add the same reference to more than one folder.  Use the Remove from folder option rather than delete if you no longer want something in your reference list folder.

2. You can also add references to ‘My List’ using the My List icon RefWorks MyList icon  but this collection is not permanent. My List is cleared when you log-off.  See RefWorks' own help pages for more information on the My List function.

3. You may want to use Write-N-Cite. This lets you pick references from anywhere within your RefWorks database and include them in your work as citations. It then automatically produces a reference list based on the citations you have created.  The RefWorks Guide contains more information on accessing and using Write-N-Cite at Anglia Ruskin University.

4. One Line/Cite View is an alternative to Write-N-Cite which you can use straight from your RefWorks account but this does require you to add some codes to format citations.  Full instructions can be found on the RefWorks Help pages Using One Line/Cite View.