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.
16 April 1000
28 April 1400
07 May 1100
20 May 1300
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: 4/15/15