Want to learn how to manage your references, citations, and bibliographic information for your thesis and/or research? Getting Started with RefWorks 2.0 will be offered on these days during the current quarter at The D'Azzo Research Library.
27 August 1100-1200
11 September 1000-1100
25 September 1400-1500
09 October 1400-1500
23 October 1000-1100
To sign up for a class, contact our Refworks trainer at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our RefWorks information guide. All classes will be held in the library's computer classroom. (Building 642, room 138).
If you are interested in a class but can't make the current scheduled times, please let us know! We will be happy to schedule additional classes for small groups.
RefWorks is a service for AFIT students and faculty that allows you to collect, organize and format citations that you need for your research or thesis. The service is web-based and may be accessed on or off campus. The hour-long session will introduce users to RefWorks and provide hands-on demonstrations on gathering citations, organizing them and inserting them into a thesis or research paper.
Posted on: 8/19/14