ANTHRO 166: Language, Culture and Society


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RefWorks can help you save, organize and share references. References can be merged into your Microsoft Word documents as in-text citations and reference lists formatted in any citation style you choose. Sign up for a free account (free for UCB faculty, staff and students).

An extensive guide on using RefWorks at UC Berkeley includes special instructions for importing from commonly-used resources and the OskiCat and Melvyl catalogs. Below is some additional instructions for importing from Anthropology databases.


From search results, click on desired article
Click on HTML version and more info
Under article tools, click Export citation for this Article
Under format, choose RefWorks
Under export type, choose Citation & Abstract

Anthropology Plus

In search results, click on blue folder icon
When finished searching the database, click on Folder icon in top menu bar
Select all
On the right, you'll see an option to Export
Choose Direct Export to RefWorks and click on Save

Write-n-Cite 4 (from RefWorks's site)

Write-N-Cite is a utility that allows users to run an abbreviated version of RefWorks in Microsoft Word. You can access your references by folder (or sub-folder), by quick search or by all references with the ability to sort by author, title or year.

With Write-N-Cite, you can cite references in a manuscript with just a click and watch your paper format instantly including in-text citations, footnotes and your bibliography.  The utility installs a RefWorks tab in the MS Word ribbon or you can access it from the References tab in Microsoft Word.

Last Update: June 03, 2014 14:48