Answered By: Nathanael Davis
Last Updated: Jun 25, 2020     Views: 41

When using an EBSCO database, a source's citation data can be easily exported with a few simple clicks.

  1. Once you have found a source to use, simply navigate to the far, right hand side of the webpage to the list of "tools".
  2. In the toolbar list, there you will find a tab called "Export" and once you click on it, a dialog will appear with options for exporting the source citation metadata.
  3. Simply select the "Direct Export to RefWorks" option then click "Save".
  4. This will prompt your computer to open RefWorks and allow you to take the next steps to manage the exported data in your RefWorks account.

If you have any questions regarding RefWorks or exporting citation data in EBSCO, please contact your liaison librarian for further assistance.