Use RefWorks to keep track of the information you find, whether it is from the library, from the Internet, or from a friend.
Here's a link to get to RefWorks:
First, visit http://refworks.proquest.com.
At the top of the screen, click on "For Researchers" and then "Create Account."
Enter your Drake email address. Refworks will then send you an email helping you complete the setup.
You're done! Start collecting citations and managing them.
Contact Dan if you have any problems.
1. It takes time to learn to use RefWorks. Don't put it off until just before your assignment is due.
2. RefWorks takes longer to learn than some of the free tools because it's a fuller and more developed system.
3. "Garbage In - Garbage Out." If the information in your RefWorks form is misspelled or incorrect, it will be misspelled or incorrect on the bibliography. Occasionally citations imported from databases are corrupted or incomplete. Occasionally, even serious scholars make mistakes when inputting information. Check your outputs before submitting them for a grade.
4. FILES. Organize your citations into files according to whatever grouping works for you and your topic.