Importing from most databases and catalogs is pretty straightforward, with the exception of the BGSU Libraries Catalog and the OhioLINK Catalog (see instructions in other boxes on this page).
Look for the "export" or "save" option within the database..
In ProQuest databases, look for the "Save" icon
In Web of Science databases, look for the "Save to EndNote Online" option
In EBSCO databases, look for the "Export" icon
Add items to your temporary folder, then go to the folder and choose RefWorks from the "Export To..." dropdown.
Choose "Cite" under the listing, then "RefWorks" at the bottom of the popup window that appears next.
In all cases, you will be asked which version of RefWorks to use. Choose "legacy" if you have not migrated to the new RefWorks. Choose the new RefWorks if you are a new RefWorks user, or if you have already migrated your existing account to the new system.
It's easy to add a reference manually to your RefWorks database! Choose the plus sign and do one of the following:
From the BGSU Libraries or OhioLINK catalogs