You can only send one item at a time into RefWorks
Search for a title you are interested in. When you find it, click on the title link to open the full record. Click the "Cite/Export" link. In the window that opens, click "Export to RefWorks." If you are not logged in, you'll be prompted to do so. The rest is completed automatically.
Lets you create files containing multiple titles and load them all at once.
Direct Export: first select items by checking them off the results list. When you've made all your selections, click the Export icon above the list. The next screen shows radio-button options for items to export ("Records #-#" or "Marked records from this search"). Mark the appropriate one. Choose the Refworks option, and click "Export."
If Direct Export does not work, you can still save and import a file: choose "Text File," after making your selections and click "Export." This creates a file to save named "DirectExport.txt". Then go to RefWorks, and choose References/Import. Use "OCLC FirstSearch" as the import filter with the appropriate database name from the list.
Using RefWorks' Own Search Functionality
Use RefWorks itself to load book information from Plough Library's BUCCAT catalog.
RefWorks connects to many library catalogs directly, including CBU's BUCCAT.
To access these catalogs, click "Search," and choose "Search Online Catalog or Database."
This option allows you to preview and select from results before you complete the import.