Check out Zotero as an alternative or see what other citation managers can do:
In addition, an article published in in Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship in 2011, "Reference Management Software: a Comparative Analysis of Four Products" discusses a comparison of Cite-ULike, Mendeley, RefWorks, and Zotero.
A number of resources are available that provide assistance with using RefWorks are are listed below:
Questions can also be directed to email@example.com
RefWorks is a web-based tool (comparable to and compatible with EndNote) that builds a personal database of citations found through research by importing the citations from online resources including: online library catalog systems (BearCat), online databases to which the Baylor Libraries subscribe, web pages, and RSS Feeds. Citations can be collected from online resources or added manually, organized in folders, incorporated into research papers, and automatically formatted for endnotes or footnotes or bibliographies using specified styles (MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.).
RefWorks uses a rich database structure which gives users the ability to add detailed notes and other information to individual citations. Because this informaiton is stored in a database, a researcher's RefWorks account becomes her personal research database, which can be searched for needed information.
Additionally, thru the use of RefShare, all or part of a RefWorks account can be shared with others -- including individuals not affiliated with Baylor University -- with whom a researcher may be collaborating.
To get started with RefWorks, all you need to do is set up an account:
In the future, you can login to RefWorks using your newly created user name and password.
Note, you can have more than one account in RefWorks. Some reasons for having multiple accounts include:
Once you have created your account, you can adjust the default preferences to better meet your needs. To set these preferences, from the "Quick Access" menu, select "Customize". Some changes you might consider making include: