RefWorks Bibliography Tool

Try the New Version of RefWorks!

  • RefWorks 3.0 looks all-new and includes features like in-browser article highlighting and annotating, easy source sharing, and unlimited storage. 

  • Available to all current W&M students, staff, and faculty.

  • Alumni access to New RefWorks is coming soon - in the meantime, alumni may still sign up for Legacy RefWorks through the Alumni Association's my1693 program.

With Refworks you can:

  • import PDFs and source information for journal articles, book chapters, webpages, and other source types from library databases or the web.
  • generate references and citations in your papers as you write, whether you're using MLA, Chicago, APA, or hundreds of other citation styles.
  • organize your research in folders or with tags, allowing you to keep projects separated.
  • share your citations and saved documents with others. 

Register once, save citations for your whole college career!  Access RefWorks from any computer, anywhere. 

Visit our guide to learn more about New RefWorks.

Looking for the previous version of RefWorks?

Starting in Fall 2019, William & Mary Libraries will no longer support the Legacy version of RefWorks, though the platform will continue to remain accessible for the foreseeable future for students, staff, faculty, and alumni. We'd be happy to help you transfer your references and folders over to the new version - see our guide or ask a librarian to learn how. 

Visit the Legacy RefWorks guide.