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How do I export my citations from my Refworks Legacy account to the new Refworks Proquest account?

Last Updated: Apr 28, 2017  |  38 Views

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ProQuest has released a new version of RefWorks. We currently have links to the old version (RefWorks Legacy) and the new version (RefWorks Proquest) on the library's website.

Follow the steps below to transfer your citations from RefWorks Legacy to RefWorks Proquest.

1. Sign in to your Refworks Legacy account. At the top of the page, select the link that says "Move to the newest version of RefWorks from ProQuest."

2. If you don't have a RefWorks Proquest account, select the "Sign Up" button to create an account. For information about creating a new account, please see this page:

If you already have an account, click on "Log In" to enter your credentials. 

3. After logging in, all of the folders and citations from your old account will be transferred to the new account. 

For more information about Refworks, please see our RefWorks guideIf you have any problems or questions, please contact us at 470-578-6325.

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