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Legacy RefWorks Login

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Legacy RefWorks Group Code

If you are unable to use the EZproxy access to login to Legacy RefWorks, you can authenticate your device by using the Group Code. Your CWL or UBC Card barcode and PIN are required to access the group code.

Once you have the group code, you can use the link above to login to RefWorks. 

 

 

Create an Account

Create a Legacy RefWorks Account
                Create a RefWorks Account
To create a Legacy RefWorks account, visit https://www.refworks.com/refworks2/default.aspx?r=authentication::init&groupcode=ubclibref. You may use an email address from any domain.                 To create a RefWorks account in the newest version, visit https://refworks.proquest.com with a ubc.ca email address. To use a non-ubc.ca email address for your account, follow the instructions here: https://login.ezproxy.library.ubc.ca/login?url=http://resources.library.ubc.ca/ubcauth/2317
                                               
Legacy RefWorks has certain unique features, allowing you to deduplicate (a useful function for systematic reviews) and also to create multiple accounts                 This version of RefWorks has additional features. You can read and annotate PDFs and retrieve citation data directly from uploaded PDFs. There is also a Google Docs plug-in for this version of Refworks.
                                               

Learn to Use RefWorks in 20 Minutes

Learn to use RefWorks in 20 minutes by watching YouTube video tutorials.

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Workshops

The UBC Library Research Commons offers workshops on getting started using RefWorks. It also has one-on-one consultations that you can book online. Visit the Research Commons Guide for more details.

RefWorks and Systematic Reviews

The Legacy version of RefWorks can be a helpful tool during the screening process of a Systematic Review; however, if you intend to use the newest version of RefWorks for a Systematic Review, it may not currently have some of the legacy version features and you may want to consult with your subject librarian.

To use Legacy RefWorks for a Systematic Review, please refer to the Library's Systematic Review guide