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Using RefWorks

RefWorks is an online bibliographic citation management service. Current Marylhurst students, faculty and staff may access RefWorks from on or off campus.

Tutorial: How to use RefWorks (Flash)

RefWorks Account

You may specify your RefWorks account and password. This can be different from your Marylhurst ID. Upon registration, a confirmation notice containing the username and password will be sent to an email address of your choice. If you forget your username or password, use the "Forgot Your Password?" link on the RefWorks login screen.

Group Code

Shoen Library's online databases will usually provide seamless access, but some online databases may prompt a "group code" request in order to access RefWorks. The group code is included in the confirmation notice you'll receive at registration. If you forget the group code, use the "Forgot Your Password?" link on the RefWorks login screen – you will receive your password and the group code.

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