Answered By: Wilson Library Librarians Last Updated: May 29, 2015 Views: 12
Answered By: Wilson Library Librarians
Last Updated: May 29, 2015 Views: 12
Exporting from ProQuest includes a few steps:
- Make sure that RefWorks is open in another tab or window.
- Conduct a search for articles.
- Click in the box to the left of any results you want to save.
- Click on the My Research folder, above the Result List on the left side of the screen, or click on the Export link immediately above the results list.
- Click on the Download in a Format Compatible with ProCite, EndNote, Reference Manager and RefWorks.
- Select Save As from your browser and select Text as the Save As file type. Save this file to your computer in a place where you can easily retrieve it (i.e., desktop).
- Go into RefWorks, go to the Reference pull down menu and select Import.
- Now you will need to fill out a short form. For Input Filter/Data Source, select: Proquest from the database pull down menu. For Database, select All Databases.
- Next, Browse for the file you just saved from ProQuest. (This is just like attaching a document to email).
- If you use folders, you can specify which folder to place the citations in, then click import.
- At this point you should receive confirmation that your citations have been successfully imported, click on View Last Imported Folder to view them.
Watch a demo of export citations from ProQuest into RefWorks below.