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Database Import Instructions

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ABI Inform Complete
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Academic OneFile
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Under "Export,” Click "RefWorks."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Academic Search Premier

1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon underneath any citation you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (It looks like a picture of  a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software"
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks.
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As" in your browser.
8. Under the "Save as type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of
Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "Academic Search Premier."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved
records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

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Accounting & Tax
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen..

 Agricola
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon underneath any citation you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a picture of a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box, choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software."
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks. 
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As" in your browser.
8. Under the "Save As Type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your references (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of
Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "Agricola."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved
records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Agricultural Collection
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Alt-Press Watch
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box.  
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "Export to: RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Log into RefWorks.
6. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 America : History & Life
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon underneath any citation you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a picture of a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box, choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software"
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks.
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As" in your browser. 
8. Under the "Save as type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts, Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "Agricola."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

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 American Chemical Society Web Editions
1. Conduct a Search
2. Mark the citations you wish to import by clicking the box in the right hand corner .
3. At the top of the results list click“Download Citations."
4. Click the radio button next to "RIS" under "Format."
5. Under "Download Citation(s)."
6. Log into RefWorks.
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Anthropology Plus
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click on "Detailed Record" link near the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link near the top of the page.
5. Under the "Export" section, make sure that the radio button for "Marked Records from this Search."
6. Under the "Export To:" section, click the radio button for "Text File."
7. Click "Export."
8. Open your tagged list of citations with notepad. This will create a new window with your marked citations.
9. In your browser click the "File" and select "Save As."
10. Save your file as a text file (with a .txt extension) to your computer (we suggest the desktop).
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "References" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select “Anthropology Plus.”
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Applied Social Social Science Index and Abstracts
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Aqualine
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 

Aquatic Science Journals
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Art Abstracts

1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon underneath any citation you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a picture of a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software"
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks.
7. Click "File," and "Save Page As" in your browser.
8. Under the "Save as Type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of
Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "Art Abstracts."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved
records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

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Arte Público Hispanic Historical Collection
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Art Index
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Artbibliographies Modern (ABM)
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box.  
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "Export to: RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Log into RefWorks.
6. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.


 Arts & Humanities Citation Index
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the Boxes next to the articles you want to save.
3. Click "RefWorks" at the top of the result list.
4. Log into RefWorks.
5. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

If direct export does not work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click the "Add to Marked List" button in the box at the top of the page.
4. Go to the Marked Records page by clicking the "Marked List" icon at the top of the page.
5. In Step 1: “Select the fields you want to output,” select any additional information you want to import about the citations into RefWorks. (We recommend abstracts, keywords and ISSN as well).
6. In Step 2: “Select an Option.” Check that one drop-down menu says “Field Tagged” and the other "Plain Text."
7. Click the "Save" button in the dialog box to save your citations as a text file on your computer.
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
10. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select "University of Massachusetts, Amherst."
11. Click the "Database" menu and select "Web of Science [ISI (Institute for Scientific Information)]."
12. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
13. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records.
14. Click the "Import" button.
15. Log into RefWorks.
16. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Arts and Humanities Full-Text
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 ARTstor
1. Conduct a Search.
2. Select the images to save by clicking them, the border will higlight if they are selected.
3. Click on the "Tools" link at the top of the page.
4. Choose "Save Citations for Selected Images" link.
5. Click "View and Export Citations" link from the "Tools" menu.
6. In the new window that opens, click the radio button next to "Directly Export Citations into RefWorks."
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

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 ASM Online Journals
1. Conduct a Search.
2. Select citations by checking the box.
3. Click "Download to Citation Manager" in the "For Checked Items" box.
4. Click "Go."
5. On the next page, in the "Citation Abstracts" box, click "Download all citations on this page to my citation manager" on the right side of the page.
5. Click "Refworks" link.
6. Log into Refworks.
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 ATLA Religion Database
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon underneath any citation you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a picture of a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box, choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software"
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks. 
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As." in your browser.
8. Under the "Save as Type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of
Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "ATLA Religion."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved
records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Banking Information Source
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen..

 Bibliography of Native North Americans
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen..

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 Biological Abstracts
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon underneath any citation you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link from the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a picture of a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box, choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software"
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks.
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As" in your browser.
8. Under the "Save as Type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "Biological Abstracts."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Biological and Agricultural Index
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon underneath any citations you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a picture of a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software."
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks.
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As" in your browser.
8. Under the "Save as Type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "Biological and Agricultural Index."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

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 BioMed Central
1. Conduct a Search.
2. Click "Display/download options" to show citations.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. At the top of the search results, to the right of "send," select "Selected results" from the drop-down menu and "RefWorks" from the second drop-down menu.
4. Log into RefWorks.
5. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 BioOne Abstracts and Indexes
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box.  
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "Export to: RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Log into RefWorks.
6. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.


 Black Studies Center
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “Marked List.”
4. Click “Download.”
5. Click “Export Directly to RefWorks.”
6. Log into RefWorks.
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Black Abolitionist Papers
1. Conduct a Search
2. Mark the items you want to export by clicking the box.
3. Click the link for "marked list" in the box on the right side of the screen.
4. Click "Download" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Under "Select a Download Option," click "Export Directly to RefWorks."
6. Log into RefWorks.
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.


 Book Review Digest
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon underneath any citation you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a picture of a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citation in a File Formatted For" box, click the radio button for "Generic bibliographic management software"
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks.
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As" in your browser. 
8. Under "Save as type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "Book Review Digest."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Book Review Digest Retrospective
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.
Boston Globe
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Boston Globe Historical
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Business Plans Handbooks
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Business Source Premier
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon underneath any citation you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software."
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks. 
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As" in your browser.
8. Under "Save as type" drop-down menu select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "Business Source Premier."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

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 CAB Abstracts
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Catalog (WorldCat)
1. Conduct a Search.
2. Click the link of the item you want to export.
3. On the next page, click "cite/export" link.
4. In the window that opens, below "Export a Citation," click "Export to RefWorks."
5. Log into RefWorks.
6. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Catalog (Aleph)
1. Conduct a Search.
2. Select the items you want to save by clicking the box.
3. Click "View Marked" link near the top of the screen.
4. Click "E-Mail/Save" link near the top of the screen.
5. Under Choose predefined format, select RefWorks Format
6. Click "Go."
7. Click "RefWorks."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

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 Children’s Literature Comprehensive Database
1.  Conduct a search.
2.  Click in each boxes to select  the results you want to save.
3.  On the left-hand side of the screen, click on the box “Save Checked Items.”
4.  Click "Display Saved Items."
5.  Click "Download."
6.  In the window that opens, choose FULL format and click on “Download.”
7.  Select the radio button for “Save File” and click “Okay.” Save the file to your desktop. It will automatically be given the name download.txt
8.  Log into RefWorks.
9.  Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
10.  Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
11.  Click the "Database" menu and select " Children’s Literature Comprehensive Database."
12. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
13. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records from the Desktop.
14. Click the "Import" button.
15. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 CINAHL
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Note
: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon underneath any citation you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a picture of a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software."
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks.
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As" in your browser.
8. Under the "Save as type" drop-down menu select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "CINAHL."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Clase Periodica

1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the box to mark the records you want to save.
3. Click "Export" at the top or bottom of the results list.
4. Next to “Export,” click the radio button “Marked Records.”
5. Next to “Export To:” click the radio button “RefWorks.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Cochrane Library
1. Conduct a search.
2. Select the citations you want to save by clicking the box.
3. Click "Export Selected Citations."
4. Select "Citation and Abstract" on the "Export Type" drop-down menu.
5. Choose the type of computer you are using (most likely PC).
6. Click "Go."
7. Click "Save" when gray dialog box appears to save your citations to your computer.
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
10. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
11. Click the "Database" menu and select "Wiley Interscience."
12. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
13. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records.
14. Click the "Import" button.
15. Login to RefWorks.
16. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Cold Spring Harbor Protocols
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click the radio button next to “Download to Citation Manager” at the top of the results list.
4. Click “Go.”
5. Click “Download all citations on this page to my Citation Manager.”
6. Click “RefWorks.”
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Communication and Mass Media Complete
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.
 

   Contemporary Literary Criticism
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click on “View Marked List” at the top of the screen.
4. Type in your own e-mail address in the first line (you will get a single e-
mail for each record in your marked list).
5. Click Send
6. Open each e-mail citation that arrives in your mailbox.
7. Copy the entire text and paste each citation into a separate Word document.
8. Save each citation as a text file (with extension .txt.) to your computer.
9. Log into RefWorks.
10. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
11. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select" University of
Massachusetts Amherst ."
12. Click the "Database" menu, and select "Infotrac Databases."
13. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
14. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved
records.
15. Click the "Import" button.
16. Login to RefWorks.
17. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

CQ Press Political Reference Suite
1. Conduct a search
2. At the left side of the document, click “Cite Now!”
3. In the window that opens, click the drop down menu “Export citation to:,” and choose “RefWorks”
4. Log into RefWorks.
5. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

CQ Researcher
1. Conduct a search
2. At the top of the document, click “Cite Now!”
3. In the window that opens, click the drop down menu “Export citation to:,” and choose “RefWorks”
4. Log into RefWorks
5. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

CQ Weekly
1. Conduct a search
2. At the top of the document, click “Cite Now!”
3. In the window that opens, click the drop down menu “Export citation to:,” and choose “RefWorks”
4. Log into RefWorks.
5. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Criminal Justice Abstracts
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Deep Indexing: Aquatic Sciences
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Dissertations and Thesis
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Early English Books Online
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you want to download by clicking the boxes.
3. Click the "Marked List " link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Download Records" link in the box at the top of the page.
5. Select "RefWorks" link.
6. Log into RefWorks.
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

EBSCO E-Book Collection
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save" to initiate a direct export.
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

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Ebrary
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Econlit
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.
Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon underneath any citations you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software"
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks.
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As" in your browser.
8. Under "Save as type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save yoru References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "Econlit."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Education Journals
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Educator’s Reference Complete
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Eighteenth Century Collections Online
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you want to download by clicking the boxes.
3. Click the "Marked List " link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Download Records" link in the box at the top of the page.
5. Select "RefWorks" link.
6. Log into RefWorks.
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Encyclopaedia of Islam
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click "Marked Items" at the top of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper left side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button "RefWorks" next to "Export to Third Party Software."
6. Click "Export."
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Encyclopedia of Sports in America
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click "Marked Items" at the top of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper left side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button "RefWorks" next to "Export to Third Party Software."
6. Click "Export."
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Encyclopedia of United States Indian Policy and Law
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click the icon "Marked Items" on the top of the page.
4. In the red "Tools" box, click "Citation Tools."
5. Click the Radio Button "RefWorks" next to "Export to third party software."
6. Click "Export."
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Engineering & Environment E-Book Collection
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click "Citation" under the picture of the book.
3. Click "Export."
4. Choose "RefWorks."
5. Log into RefWorks.
6. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Engineering Village
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. In the results manager at the top of the page click "Download."
4. Select radio button next to "RefWorks direct import."
5. Click “Download.”
6. Log into RefWorks.
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Environment Index
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon underneath any citation you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a picture of a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software"
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation to RefWorks.
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As"in your browser.
8. Under the "Save as type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of
Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "Environment Issues & Policy Index."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved
records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 ERIC
(UMass Amherst Subscription)
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Environment & Environmental Engineering E-book Collection
1. Choose the book to view
2. Click "Citation" in the box below the picture of the book.
3. Click "Export" in the box that you are presented with.
4. Click "RefWorks" on the next drop-down menu.
5. Log into RefWorks.
6. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Ethnic NewsWatch & ENW: A History
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

European Views of the Americas: 1493-1750
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen..

 Expanded Academic ASAP
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Film and Television Index
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Food Science and Technology Abstracts
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Gale Encyclopedia of American Law
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Gale Virtual Reference Library
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Gardening, Landscape, & Horticulture Collection
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 GenderWatch
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 General BusinessFile ASAP
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

General Engineering & Engineering E-book Collections
1. Choose the book to view
2. Click "Citation" in the box below the picture of the book.
3. Click "Export" in the box that you are presented with.
4. Click "RefWorks" on the next drop-down menu.
5. Log into RefWorks.
6. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 General OneFile
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 General Reference Center Gold
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

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 GeoRef
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Google Scholar
First Configure Google Scholar
:
1. Click "Settings" at the top right of the screen.
2. At the bottom of the page, under "Bibliography Manager,"  click the radio button next to "Show links to import citations into" and choose "Refworks" from the drop-down menu.
3. Click "Save."

Searching in Google Scholar:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click "Import into RefWorks" link at the bottom of each citation you want to import.
3. Log into RefWorks.
4. Saved citations will appear in RefWorks an editable table format.
5. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.
Note: Check your references for accuracy. As of now references in Google Scholar can only be imported singly.

 GreenFile
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Greenwood Encyclopedia of Homes Through World History
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Guide to U.S. Elections
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 

 Health & Psychosocial Instruments
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

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 Health Reference Center Academic
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Health and Psychosocial Instruments
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save" to initiate a direct export.
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Hispanic American Periodicals Index: HAPI
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking on the box.
3. Click "Add to Marked List."
4. Click "View Marked List."
5. Click "Download."
6. Click "Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Hispanic American Religious Cultures
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Historical Abstracts
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Historical Annual Reports
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box.  
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "Export to: RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Log into RefWorks.
6. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Historical Baltimore Afro-American
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Historical Boston Globe
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Historical Chicago Defender
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Historical New York Amsterdam News
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 

 Historical New York Times
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Historical Pittsburgh Courier
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Historical Wall Street Journal
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Hoover's Company Profiles
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Hospitality and Tourism
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.


 Humanities International Complete

1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 IEEE Xplore
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “Download Citations” at the top of the page.
4. In “Download Citations” Box choose “Citation and Abstract” and “RefWorks.”
5. Click “Download Citation” to export your citations.
6. Log into RefWorks.
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Index Islamicus
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Index to Jewish Periodicals
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Informe
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks.

8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.


 InfoTrac OneFile
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.
 

 Inspec
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.
Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

 When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon underneath any citation you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box choose the radio button for "Generic bibliographic Management Software."
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importaion into RefWorks.
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As" in your browser.
8. Under the "Save as Type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Chose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "Inspec."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 

International Bibliography of Art
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 International Bibliography of the Social Sciences: IBSS
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 International Index to Music Periodicals
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 International Index to the Performing Arts
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen..

 International Political Science Abstracts
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.
Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon under any citations you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (it look like a picture of a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software."
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks.
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As."
8. Under the "Save as type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "International Political Science Abstracts."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 ISI Proceedings
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the Boxes next to the articles you want to save.
3. Click "RefWorks" at the top of the result list.
4. Log into RefWorks.
5. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

If direct export does not work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click the "Add to Marked List" button in the box on the left side of the page.
4. Go to the Marked Records page by clicking the "Marked List" icon at the top of the page.
5. In Step 1: “Select the fields you want to output,” select any additional information you want to import about the citations into RefWorks. (We recommend abstracts, keywords and ISSN as well).
6. In Step 2: “Select an Option.” Check that one drop-down menu says “Field Tagged” and the other "Plain Text."
7. Click the "Save" button in the dialog box to save your citations as a text file on your computer.
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
10. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
11. Click the "Database" menu and select "Web of Science [ISI (Institute for Scientific Information)]."
12. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
13. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records.
14. Click the "Import" button.
15. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.


 JSTOR

1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to export by clicking the box.
3. Click "Export Citations" at the top of the results list.
4. On the next page, under "Export Citations," select "RefWorks."
5. Log into RefWorks.
6. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Legal Trac
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Left Index
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 LGBT Life with Full Text
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Lexis/Nexis Academic
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box
3 . Click “View Tagged” at top of list to view the citations.
4. Click “Export Bibliographic References” link at the top right of screen
5. In the new window that opens, click “Export.”
6. Log into RefWorks.
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

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Library Catalog (See Catalog)

 Library Information Science and Technology Abstracts
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts (LLBA)
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Literature Online
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box.
3. Click the "Marked List" link at the top of the results list.
4. Click “Download Citations.”
5. Click "Export Directly to RefWorks."
6. Log into RefWorks.
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Literature Resource Center
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.



 Massachusetts History Online
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.
 
 Mental Measurements Yearbook
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Middle Eastern & Central Asian Studies
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Middle East News
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen..

  MLA Directory of Periodicals
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 MLA International Bibliography
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:

1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon underneath any citation you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page. 
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a picture of a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software."
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks.
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As" in your browser.
8. Under the "Save as Type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "MLA International Bibliography."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Monthly Catalog of US Government Publications
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the items you want to save by clicking the box.
3. Click "Marked List" link at top of search results.
4. Click "Download Citations" on the right hand side of the page.
5. Click "Export Directly to RefWorks."
6. Log into RefWorks.
7. Click "View Last Imported" folder.

 Music & Performing Arts Online
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save" to initiate a direct export.
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Music Index Online
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Nursing Journals at OVID
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. At the bottom of the page , Click "Export."
4. In the window that opens, in the "Export" box choose "RefWorks" and in the "Select Fields to Display" box, choose the fields you want to Export (We recommend citation and abstract).
5. Click “Export Citation(s)."
6. Log into RefWorks.
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Oceanic Abstracts

1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.


 PAIS International
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Philosopher's Index

1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon underneath any citation your want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a picture of a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software."
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks.
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As" in your browser.
8. Under the "Save as Type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source menu" and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select “Philosopher’s Index.”
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Physical Education Index
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 PILOTS: Published International Literature on Traumatic Stress
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Political Encyclopedia of U.S. States and Regions
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Political Parties of the World
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 

 Political Theory: An Encyclopedia of Contemporary and Classic Terms
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click “View All," in the "Saved Documents" box in the upper right side of the screen.
4. Click the icon "Citation Tools" on the upper right side of the screen.
5. Click the radio button “RefWorks” next to the “Export to Third Party Software.”
6. Click “Export.”
7. Log into RefWorks
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Primate Lit
1. Conduct a search
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click on “Saved Records” at the top of the screen.  This will format your citations for saving.
4. Select “Primate Lit” from the “Format” drop-down menu and “Print/Save” from the “Disposition” menu.
5. Click “File” and then “Save As” in your browser to save your citation to your computer. 
6. On the next screen choose a name for your citations and a location to save them to on your computer.  Choose “Text File (.txt)” from the drop-down menu “save as type.
7. Click “Save.”
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
10. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select "RIS format."
11. Click the "Database" menu and select "RIS format."
12. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
13. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved
records from the Desktop.
14. Click the "Import" button.
15. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Project Muse

1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the link "Save Citation" under the book's image.
3. Click "Export Saved Citation" at the top left side of the page.
4. Click "Export to RefWorks." 
5. Log into RefWorks.
6. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Proquest Asian Business & Reference
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Proquest Dissertations and Theses
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.
 

Proquest Criminal Justice
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Proquest Education Journals
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Proquest Entrepreneurship
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Proquest Historical Annual Reports
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Proquest Political Science
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Proquest Sociology
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Proquest Social Science Journals
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 PsycARTICLES
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.
Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" underneath any citation you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a picture of a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software."
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks. 
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As" in your browser.
8. Under the "Save as Type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "PsycARTICLES."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

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 PsycINFO

1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:

1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon at the top of the page.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a picture of a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software"
6. Click "Save." Your citations now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks.
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As" in your browser.
8. Under the "Save as Type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "PsycINFO."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Public Administration Abstracts
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 PubMed
Two methods for getting PubMed records into RefWorks

Search PubMed From Within RefWorks:
1. Log into RefWorks.
2. Click "Search" on the navigation bar at the top of the screen, and then select "Online Catalog or Database" from the menu that appears.
3. On the next screen, next to "search," click the down arrow and choose "PubMed," from the drop-down menu (at the top of the list).
4. Conduct a search. You can do a Quick keyword search or an Advanced Search using combinations of Author,Title, Subject (Descriptor) and keywords.
5. Your results will appear in another window.
6. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
7. Choose the folder to import the references into.
8. Click the "Import" button.
9.
Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Second method - Import as Text File With Filter:

From PubMed:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to download by clicking the box.
3. Click "Send To" in the upper right hand corner of the screen.
4. In the new "Choose Destination" window, choose the radio button for "File."
5. In the new window, in the "Format" drop-down menu choose "MEDLINE" and in the "Sort By" drop-down menu choose "Recently Added."
6. Click "Create File." Your references will appear in the new window in the "MEDLINE" tagged format
7. In the newly opened window, click the "File" menu in your browser and select "Save As."
8. Select the appropriate place on your computer and name the file you are saving.
7. Select Text as the "Save as type" and click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks
9. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
10. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts Amherst ."
11. Click the "Database" menu and select "PubMed [NLM PubMed]."
12. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
13. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records.
14. Click the "Import" button.
15. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

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  Reader's Guide Abstracts
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.
 

 Regional Business News
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 RILM Abstracts of Music Literature
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 RIPM Online Archive of Music Periodicals 
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 RIPM Retrospective Index to Music to Music Periodicals
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.


 Sage Journals Online
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. In the "My Marked Citations," box click "Add citations."
4. At the bottom of the "My Marked Citations" box, click “Save/Print/Email/Download.”
5. Click "Download to Citation Manager."
6. Click “RefWorks.”
7. Log into RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.
 
 Science Citation Index Expanded
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the Boxes next to the articles you want to save.
3. Click "RefWorks" at the top of the result list.
4. Log into RefWorks.
5. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

If direct export does not work:

1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click the "Add to Marked List" button in the box at the top of the page.
4. Go to the Marked Records page by clicking the "Marked List" icon at the top of the page.
5. In Step 1: “Select the fields you want to output,” select any additional information you want to import about the citations into RefWorks. (We recommend abstracts, keywords and ISSN as well).
6. In Step 2: “Select an Option.” Check that one drop-down menu says “Field Tagged” and the other "Plain Text."
7. Click the "Save" button in the dialog box to save your citations as a text file on your computer.
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
10. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select "University of Massachusetts, Amherst."
11. Click the "Database" menu and select "Web of Science [ISI (Institute for Scientific Information)]."
12. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
13. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records.
14. Click the "Import" button.
15. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 ScienceDirect
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking in the box.
3. Click on "Export Citations" button at the top of the citation list.
4. Select "Citations + Abstracts" from the "Export" menu to include the record's abstract.
5. Select the "RefWorks Direct Export."
6. Click on Export.
7. Login to RefWorks.
8. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 SciFinder on the Web
1. Conduct a search.
2. Select the results you want to export.
3. Click the "Export" button on the upper right (Save Print Export).
4. Make sure selected answers are chosen.
5. File Type "Tagged Format" (*.txt).
6. Name the file.
7. Export.
8. Save to the desktop.
9. Log into RefWorks.
10. Click the "References" menu and select "Import."
11. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select "University of Massachusetts, Amherst."
12. Click the "Database" menu and select "CAPlus [CAS SciFinder]."
13. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Data File."
14. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select the text file (.txt) from the desktop.
15. Click "Import."
16. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.


 Social Sciences Abstracts
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.
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 Social Sciences Citation Index
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the Boxes next to the articles you want to save.
3. Click "RefWorks" at the top of the result list.
4. Log into RefWorks.
5. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

If direct export does not work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click the "Add to Marked List" button in the box at the top of the page.
4. Go to the Marked Records page by clicking the "Marked List" icon at the top of the page.
5. In Step 1: “Select the fields you want to output,” select any additional information you want to import about the citations into RefWorks. (We recommend abstracts, keywords and ISSN as well).
6. In Step 2: “Select an Option.” Check that one drop-down menu says “Field Tagged” and the other "Save to File."
7. Click the "Save" button in the dialog box to save your citations as a text file on your computer.
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
10. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select "University of Massachusetts, Amherst."
11. Click the "Database" menu and select "Web of Science [ISI (Institute for Scientific Information)]."
12. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
13. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records.
14. Click the "Import" button.
15. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Social Services Abstracts
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Sociological Abstracts

1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 SPORTDiscus
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The Direct Import sometimes gets stuck and doesn't export anything. When this happens, you may need to import your citations as a text file into RefWorks using a filter, see below. OR you can close all your browsers and start over. This often gets it unstuck.

When Direct Import doesn't work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to Folder" icon underneath any citation you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the page.
4. Click the "Export" link (it looks like a picture of a white sheet of paper with a right facing arrow).
5. In the "Save Citations in a File Formatted For" box choose the radio button for "Generic Bibliographic Management Software."
6. Click "Save." Your citations will now appear tagged for importation into RefWorks. 
7. Click "File" and "Save Page As" in your browser.
8. Under the "Save as Type" drop-down menu, select "Text File."
9. Choose a location on your computer to save your References (we suggest the desktop).
10. Click "Save."
11. Log into RefWorks.
12. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
13. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select " University of Massachusetts , Amherst ."
14. Click the "Database" menu and select "SPORTDiscus."
15. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
16. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records from the Desktop.
17. Click the "Import" button.
18. 6. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 

Sustainable Energy & Development E-book Collection
1. Choose the book to view
2. Click "Citation" in the box below the picture of the book.
3. Click "Export" in the box that you are presented with.
4. Click "RefWorks" on the next drop-down menu.
5. Log into RefWorks.
6. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

Sustainability Watch
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the "Add to folder" icon (folder with cross on it at the right of the citation) for any results you want to save.
3. Click the "Folder" link at the top of the screen.
4. Choose the items you want to export by clicking the box or “selecting all.”
5. Click the "Export" link from inside the folder (the picture of a sheet of paper with a right facing arrow) on the right hand of the screen.
6. Select the radio button "Direct Export to RefWorks."
7. Click "Save."
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 University of Massachusetts , Amherst Library Catalog (See Catalog

 

 

 Wall Street Journal
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 Web of Science
NOTE: To use Direct Export Popup blockers must be turned off in your browser at this time
1. Conduct a search.
2. Click the Boxes next to the articles you want to save.
3. Click "RefWorks" at the top of the result list.
4. Log into RefWorks.
5. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

If direct export does not work:
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the records you want to import by clicking the box.
3. Click the "Add to Marked List" button on the top of the page.
4. Click the "Marked List" icon at the top of the page.
5. In Step 1: “Select the fields you want to output,” select any additional information you want to import about the citations into RefWorks. (We recommend abstracts, keywords and ISSN as well).
6. In Step 2: “Select an Option.” Choose “Field Tagged” and  “Other Reference Software” then click "Save to File."
7. Click the "Save" button in the dialog box to save your citations as a text file on your computer.
8. Log into RefWorks.
9. Click the "Reference" menu and select "Import."
10. Click the "Import Filter/Data Source" menu and select "University of Massachusetts, Amherst."
11. Click the "Database" menu and select "Web of Science [ISI (Institute for Scientific Information)]."
12. Click the radio button next to "Import Data from the following Text File."
13. Click the "Browse" button to navigate to and select your text file of saved records.
14. Click the "Import" button.
15. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.


 Webpages
First install RefGrab-It:
1. Navigate to the RefGrab-It page http://www.refworks.com/Refworks/BookMarklet.asp.
2. Follow the installation instructions for your browser for RefGrab-It.

To import website citations:

3. Conduct a search for a website.
4. After finding your website click on RefGrab-It on the links page of the toolbar.
5. This captures the available citation information for this website.
6. Click "Import" and then "OK" to import the citations into RefWorks.
Note: The Citations imported by RefGrab-It are by no means comprehensive and need further manual entry of bibliographic data to be complete citations. 
To do this: click on "Last Imported Citations" and then look to the right of the screen and click the "edit" link. This will open a template that will allow you to add information to each of your citations. 

 WorldCat Catalog
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 World Wide Political Abstracts
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

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 Zoological Record
1. Conduct a search.
2. Mark the citations you wish to download by clicking the box. 
3. Click "Export/Save" at the top of the results list.
4. Click "RefWorks" from the drop down menu.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Log into RefWorks
7. Click "View Last Imported" at the bottom of the screen.

 

Last Edited: 9 January 2014