While many databases the University of Alabama Libraries subscribe to do export to RefWorks, some do not. The following list may not be complete, as it does not include all of the databases.
Some databases to export to RefWorks. Full-text directions of the export process below. Screenshots with full-text directions attached as pdfs and docxes below. Some short video guides to come.
(includes ABI/INFORM, ProQuest News and Newspapers, and various newspapers, including The New York Times and The Washington Post)
There are two ways to export a resource from Scout or an Ebsco databases.
The first way:
Includes Abstracts in Anthropology and Sage Journals
Like with Scout/Ebsco, there are two ways to export a resource.
The first option:
The second option involves saving resources to "My Folder"
Includes Cambridge Histories and Cambridge Core Collections
Select the resource you want to export by clicking on the hyperlinked title.
Click on “Tools,” located below the DIO and between “PDF” and “Share.”
Within “Tools,” select “Export Citation.”
Within “Citation,” select “RefWorks,” which is located under “Format.” Click on “Download.”
The citation will appear to be in either MARC 21 coding or HTML. Simply click “Submit Data to RefWorks” to complete the Export.