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Annotated Bibliographies: RefWorks Citation Software

This guide provides examples, links, and explanations to help you create an annotated bibliography. Examples are currently Chicago style and American Psychological Association (APA).

RefWorks Help

What is RefWorks?

RefWorks is a program that saves information about articles and books.  You can use it to create your bibliographies for you, but make sure to check them against a style guide.  See below (Checking Bibliography Formats) for links to style guides or go to the LibGuide on Citations 

If you are asked for a Group Code to access RefWorks off campus, call the library and we will tell you: (204) 727-9646.  You can also email me (contact info at the right).

RefWorks Helpful Documents

Legacy RefWorks how to guides:

Subject Guide

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