You can add references to Refworks in bulk. There are two methods:
- Importing, or saving a file from a database and importing it into RefWorks (Called "From Text File" in RefWorks)
- Exporting, or using the direct export tool provided by many databases
Most databases allow either method. If the database's direct export does not work (as frequently happens), you can usually save a file and import it instead.
- References must be saved with a file extention of .TXT or .RIS.
- Look for: "generic bibliographic management software," "for exporting to bibliographic software," "export to reference software," "download to citation manager," "citation manager file," “plain text with bibliographic tags,” or in older databases:"tagged format," or "MEDLINE format."
- Import saved files into RefWorks using the "From Text File" option under References/Import.
- Some databases (see the British Library for an example) generate files not in citation-manager style. Citation-manager style files are tagged with two-letter codes (TI, AU, etc.). Non-citation manager files have tags that are spelled out (TITLE, AUTHOR, etc.). Bring these files into RefWorks using the "From Text" option under References/Import.
- To properly import files, you must know the name of the database and it's platform (EBSCO, Gale, etc.).
INSTRUCTIONS BY DATABASE
Below are detailed export/import instructions for Plough Library databases as well as commonly-used free online resources. Individual database names are cross-referenced to their platforms.
Academic OneFile: See GALE InfoTrac Instructions
Academic Search Premier: See EBSCOHost Instructions
ACLS Humanities E-Book Project
Does not work with RefWorks. To include ACLS references, use the Add New Reference icon and change Reference Type to "Book, Edited," "Book, Whole," or "Book, Section," depending on what you cite. (To reference entire books, you can use WorldCat [see below] to collect and import data in bulk.)
Agricola has an export function, but it doesn't seem to work. Instead, use RefWorks' own search function to import material from Agricola. Log in to RefWorks, go to Search, and choose "Online catalogs or databases." Scroll down to NAL Article Citation Database for journal articles, or NAL Catalog for books. RefWorks will scan the external collection, generating a temporary list for you (50 is the default number; you can display up to 1000 hits). Once loaded, select the items you want, then click "IMPORT"to add the records to your RefWorks account.
American History in Video
Does not work with RefWorks. To include AHIV references, use the Add New Reference icon and change Reference Type to "Video/DVD." This generates a page that will help you input the proper data to cite a video.
Annual Reviews has a direct export tool but only allows exporting from a browse list. Check the items you want, and click "Download to Citation Manager" at the top of the results list. On the Direct Export page, choose the fields you want to extract, then click RefWorks.
If Direct Export does not work, choose the RIS option. This will create a file for you to save. Then go to RefWorks and choose Reference/Import. Use "RIS Format" as your filter, and "RIS Format" as your database.
ASCE Research Library
ASCE has a direct export option. Conduct your search, select references, and click the "Download to Citation Manager" link at the top of the results list. You'll be taken to a page listing the various export formats. Select RefWorks and Direct Export, and click "Download citation data."
ATLA Religion Database: See EBSCOHost Instructions
BibTeX is a form of bibliographic software coding commonly used in technical fields. If a database doesn't export to RefWorks or create tagged files, see if BibTeX is an option. If it is, allow the database to create a BibTeX file for you, then save it with a .TXT extension. Import it into RefWorks, using BibTeX as the import filter. If a specific database is not listed as an option, choose "multiple databases."
Search the British Library from within RefWorks, with results automatically loaded into your RefWorks' database. From the Search drop-down, choose "Online Catalog or Database," then select British Library from the alphabetic list.
You can also search the British Library Integrated Catalogue directly. After selecting items to import, click EMail/Print/Save. You may want to change the record from Summary to Full Format. Choose the save option. A plain text file will display on the screen. Instead of saving it, highlight the text, starting with "Record 1" and dragging to the bottom of the page. Save the highlighted area. Go to RefWorks, and choose References/Import. Choose the "From Text" option (the second option, not From Text File), using the British Library import filter. Paste in the text from the email and click Import.
BUCCAT Library Catalog
Log into RefWorks. Under Search choose "Search Online Catalog or Database." From the drop-down list, select Christian Brothers University. Utilizing this option allows you to preview and select from results before you complete the import. The default number of results is 50, but if you run a search and see that the library has more items, you can reset the results--up to 1000, then rerun the search to retrieve everything.
Business Search Premier: See EBSCOHost Instructions
Does not work with RefWorks. To include references from CAMIO, use the Add New Reference icon, and change Reference Type to "Artwork." This generates a page that will help you input the proper data to cite a work of art.
You may only export one record at a time from CQ Researcher. Open the article you want. At the top of the article, click "CITE NOW."
A pop-up box appears with a sample citation in APA, MLA, Chicago, or Blue Book style. You may have to enlarge the pop-up box to see the export drop-down list. Choose Refworks to export the bibliographic record.
DIRECT EXPORT: Conduct your search; then click SAVE by each item you wish to export. When you've made all your selections, go to "Saved Results." On this page, select "Export to RefWorks" and click "GO."
SAVE AND IMPORT: There is no method of saving and importing from Credo.
EBSCO eBook has no bulk export option. You may send information on individual books one-at-a-time, if you open a book's record and use the "Export" option. Just choose "Direct Export to RefWorks" and click "SAVE."
Databases include Academic Search Premier, ATLA Religion Database, Business Source Premier, ERIC, Library Information Science & Technology Abstracts, MAS Ultra, Military & Government Collection, MLA International Bibliography, Philosopher’s Index, Primary Search, Points of View, PsycInfo, PsycArticles, Regional Business News.
DIRECT EXPORT: Select items by clicking the "add to folder" link at the bottom of each reference. After making your selections, click "Go to: folder view." Select for a second time the items you want to export, and click the export icon (the page with the super-imposed arrow). Choose "Direct Export to RefWorks" and click "SAVE."
SAVE AND IMPORT: If direct export does not work, choose "Citations in a format that can be uploaded to bibliographic management software." Save that file as a .TXT file.
In RefWorks: choose References/Import. Use the EBSCOHost import filter. Specify the name of the database you are importing from.
NOTE: Use the EBSCOHost database PsycInfo filter for importing from the database, PsycArticles.
Energy Citations Database
The Energy Citations Database does not provide a method of saving citation data. You must enter these manually.
Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC Open Access)
Be aware that there are 2 versions of ERIC. You must choose the filter corresponding to the version of ERIC that you use.
DIRECT EXPORT: The open access version of ERIC There has no direct export option.
SAVE AND IMPORT: From your results list, select items by clicking "Add." When done, click "View Clipboard" to review selections. Once in the Clipboard, you have to again select items on the Clipboard before you do anything with them. Then click "Export Records." Choose the citation manager file option and save it as "citation.ris."
In RefWorks: choose References/Import. Use the "Education Resources Information Center" import filter with the database name, "ERIC." (NOTE: Do not choose EBSCOHost's ERIC if you are using the open access version of ERIC.)
ENDNOTE WEB: EndNote is a similar product to RefWorks. To move references from Endnote Web to RefWorks, choose export format "RefMan (RIS) Export" when in EndNote Web. Save as a .txt file. Go to RefWorks and use the import format "BIBSYS (RIS import format)".
ERIC (EBSCOHost): See EBSCOHost Instructions
GALE Infotrac web
Databases include Academic OneFile, General Onefile (formerly Infotrac OneFile), InfoTrac PowerSearch, Computer Database, Expanded Academic, General Reference Center Gold, General Business File, Health Reference Center Academic, Military & Intelligence Database, Professional Collection, Religion & Philosophy Database.
DIRECT EXPORT: The Direct Export tool in the Gale databases is difficult to find. Conduct your search and select the items you are interested in; then click the tab for the “Marked List.” If you do not work from the Marked List, you will not see all the icons you will need to communicate with RefWorks. Once on the Marked List page, you’ll see five icons at the upper right; click the one that looks like a black square with a “C” on it.
NOTE: Turn your pop-up blocker off to enable RefWorks to launch from the Gale export page.
SAVE AND IMPORT: If Direct Export does not work, you can save and import from a Gale database, but the tools to do so are not easily located. Although the Marked List citation tools offer a plain text save, it actually saves as HTML. THIS WILL NOT WORK IN REFWORKS. Instead, you need to download from the full results list. Check off the items you want, but this time, do not go to the Marked List. Instead click the “Download” icon in the upper right and choose the option to save to “plain text with bibliographic tags.” The save box should automatically save the file as .TXT, which is what RefWorks requires for an import.
In RefWorks: choose References/Import. Use "Gale InfoTrac Web" as the import filter, and "Gale InfoTrac" as the database.
Gale Literature Resource Center
Conduct your search and select items. These will be saved to a Marked List. When ready to transfer the items to RefWorks, go to your Marked List and choose Citation Tools. DO NOT use the "export of 3rd party" option; it will not work. Instead, choose "save as plain text with bibliographic tags" and save the file generated.
In RefWorks: choose References/Import.
General Business File ASAP: See GALE InfoTrac Instructions
General Business File International: See GALE InfoTrac Instructions
General Reference Center Gold: See GALE InfoTrac Instructions
Google Books does not have a direct-to-RefWorks export function, but you can use the BibTex option instead.
Find a book in Google Books, and go to the "About this Book" page. Scroll down to the bottom to find Export options. Click on BibTex. A file download window will open. Save the file, accepting the name--which is the title of the book, and the extension--which is .bibtex Document. Go to RefWorks and choose References/Import. Use "BibTex" for your filter and "multiple databases" for your database.
NOTE: The imported record includes a link back to the Google book.
DIRECT EXPORT: Set preferences in Google Scholar to allow direct export of records to RefWorks. Select "Scholar Preferences" from Google Scholar's main page. Scroll down the page, until you see "Bibliography Manager." Select "Show links to import citations to." From the drop down, choose RefWorks. Save your preferences, and you will be sent back to the main search page. Now when you search, you will see "import into RefWorks" links below every hit on the hitlist. Clicking on one of these automatically transfers the bibliographic data to Refworks. There is no way to import en masse, but the single click entry makes this unnecessary. You do not have to worry about filters.
NOTE: exporting may not work in IE8; it seems to work fine with Firefox.
Health and Wellness Resource Center: See GALE InfoTrac Instructions
Health Reference Center Academic: See GALE InfoTrac Instructions
Does not work with RefWorks. To include references from Hein, use the Add New Reference icon and select one of the Journal Reference Types. This generates a page that will help you input the proper data to cite a journal article.
Does not work with RefWorks. To include references, use the Add New Reference icon, and change the Reference Type to a relevant option. Book and Journal Reference types will accommodate references from the Books and Persi sections of HeritageQuest; use the Generic Reference type for scans from the historic Census, Freedman's Bureau, and Revolutionary War documents.
Highwire Press (free journals)
Select items to add to RefWorks. Click the radio button"Download to citation manager." A new page will open listing your selections with abstracts. At the top is a second line of small type, reading "download citations to citation manager." Although this line does not appear to be a link, it is. Click on it to load the various citation manager options on your list.
At present neither RefWorks option (direct export or save/import) seem to work. However, you can still add material from Highwire using the Reference Manager option. When you click on Reference Manager, you'll be offered an .RIS file, named citmgr, to save. Do so. Then go to RefWorks and choose References/Import. Use "RIS format" as your import filter, and "RIS format" as your database.
JSTOR no longer requires you to register for a MyJSTOR account to export citation information. Be aware: you must export your selections from one page before moving to another.
DIRECT EXPORT: Search and select the items you want. Click the "export citations" link at the top of the results list; then on the next page, select the RefWorks option. You'll be prompted to login to RefWorks, if necessary, and the items will load.
SAVE AND IMPORT: If the direct export should ever fail to work, choose RIS format from the export options. Save the file (it will be named citation.ris) and go to RefWorks.
In RefWorks: choose References/Import. For your import filter, choose "RIS format;" for your database, choose "RIS format" as well.
Does not work with RefWorks. To include references from Knovel, use the Add New Reference icon, and change the Reference Type to "Book, Edited," "Book, Whole," or "Book, Section," depending on what you're citing. This generates a page that will help you input the proper data to cite a chapter. (To reference entire books, you can use one of the WorldCat options [below].)
LexisNexis Academic works exclusively with RefWorks.
DIRECT EXPORT: To export references, conduct a search and select the items you want. Click on the icon that looks like an open book (on the extreme right at the top of the results list). Hover the cursor over the icon, and a text box will appear reading "Export Bibliographic References." Select the number of references you want to export: all, tagged, or selected. Click the red export button. You'll be taken to the RefWorks log-in page; log in to complete the export.
Newspaper articles, cases, laws, and the other unusual items found in LexisNexis Academic all export in their proper forms.
SAVE AND IMPORT: There is no way to save and import files.
Library Information Science and Technology Abstracts: See EBSCOHost Instructions
Library of Congress Catalog
You can search the Library of Congress from within RefWorks, with results automatically loaded into your RefWorks database. From the Search drop-down, choose "Online Catalog or Database," then select Library of Congress from the alphabetic list.
Literature Online Reference Edition
DIRECT EXPORT: To load an entry, look at the top of the record--whether citation or fulltext--for the link, "Download Citation." The link takes you to your options: choose "Export Directly to RefWorks." You may be prompted to log in to your account.
SAVE AND IMPORT: Should direct export fail, choose "Download in a format compatible with ... RefWorks."
In RefWorks use the import filter, "RIS format," and for your database, choose "Literature Online (Chadwyck)."
Add items to the Marked List to be able to export references in bulk.
IMPORTANT: Imported references may need editing for proper formatting in RefWorks. Book sections tend to import as whole books; just change the Ref Type field. Also look for missing dividers in lists of multiple authors; to fix that, just insert semi-colons between names in the Author field, like so: Findley,Timothy;Benson, Eugene. There are no spaces between authors in the RefWorks edit form.
LocatorPlus - National Library of Medidine
You can search LocatorPlus, the catalog of the National Library of Medicine, from within RefWorks, with results automatically loaded into your RefWorks' database. From the Search drop-down, choose "Online Catalog or Database," then select LocatorPlus - National Library of Medicine from the alphabetic list.
MAS Ultra: See EBSCOHost Instructions
Military & Government Collection: See EBSCOHost Instructions
Military & Intelligence Database: See GALE InfoTrac Instructions
MLA International Bibliography: See EBSCOHost Instructions
NASA Astrophysics Data Service
After making selections, scroll to the bottom of the page and click "retrieve selected records." A new page will appear with only your selections on it. Click "Select All" again. At the bottom of that page, change the Return drop box to display "Refworks format (UTF-8)" and "Load to RefWorks." Then click "Retrieve Selected." A window will appear, displaying your file. Above it will be an "Export to RefWorks" button. Click this--you'll be prompted to log in to your account--and the references will load.
National Institutes of Health: See U.S. National Institutes of Health
National Library of Medicine: See U.S. National Library of Medicine
National Newspaper Index: See GALE InfoTrac Instructions
NCJRS Abstracts Database
To retrieve exportable results from NCJRS, use the Library Abstracts portion of the site. Click the tab; then select NCJRS Abstracts Database Search. Conduct a search and check off the references you want. After making your selections, click the "Download" icon.
NCJRS creates a page for you. Even though no tags are in evidence, save the page as .TXT. (NCJRS provides browser specific instuctions at the top of the page.)
In RefWorks: choose References/Import. For your import filter choose "NCJRS Abstracts database." NCJRS will automatically load as the database. (You could also choose the generic Christian Brothers University as import filter, and then choose NCJRS Abstracts from the list.)
NetLibrary is now part of EBSCO. See EBSCO eBooks for instructions.
Conduct a search and make your selections; then go to "Saved Articles" (in the sidebar on the left). A list of references to the saved articles appears; you will have to select the items again before export. Next, click the export tab under "Bibliography/Export." Save the generated file in .ris format, which is the default. Do not try to open the file as it will be unreadable.
In RefWorks, choose References/Import. Import the file using RIS format as both the filter and the database.
DIRECT EXPORT: PubMed does not have a Direct Export feature.
SAVE AND IMPORT: Conduct a search and select items from the results list. You can also export entire lists.
Use the drop-down list to change the display from "Summary" to "MEDLINE." The data will be converted into a tagged page for you to save. Use the Windows command, File Save As. Give the file a sensible name (the default is "query_fcgi) and change the save as type to "Text file (*.txt)."
In RefWorks: choose References/Import. Use "NLM PubMed" as your import filter; the database, PubMed, will be automatically loaded in the database field.
An alternative: PubMed can be searched and automatically loaded from within RefWorks. Go to From Search and choose "Online Catalog or Database," then select PubMed, which is found at the top of the list. A Quick Search and more advanced search options are available. Be aware: search results in PubMed can be large. You can set RefWorks to import 50, 100, 500 references and more from PubMed. Search options for PubMed are limited to subject, author, source, and year, in combination if you are using RefWorks, however. To retrieve more refined results, conduct your search in PubMed itself and then import results to RefWorks.
Databases include: ArticlesFirst, ClasePeriodica, ERIC, MEDLINE, PapersFirst, ProceedingsFirst, WorldCat.
DIRECT EXPORT: Select items by checking them on the results list. 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."
SAVE AND IMPORT: If Direct Export does not work, choose "Text File" instead, and click "Export." This creates a file to save named "DirectExport.txt."
In RefWorks: choose References/Import. Use "OCLC FirstSearch" as the import filter with the appropriate database name from the list.
Make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off, or is set to allow pop-ups from the OVID site.
DIRECT EXPORT: Conduct a search and select items. Click the "Export" link at the top of the results list. A work box opens with a number of options. Choose "RefWorks" from the Export drop-down list, then select the fields for display--citation only, citation + abstract, or the complete reference. We ecommend choosing more than the citation alone. You'll also have the option of including the URL and the external link resolver. Once you've made your choices, click "Export Citations." You may be prompted to log in to your account.
SAVE AND IMPORT: If direct export does not work, choose "Reprint Medlars" from the Export drop-down. This creates a file which you should save as .txt.
In RefWorks: choose References/Import. Use "NLM Gateway" for the import filter and "Multiple databases" for the database.
PapersFirst: See OCLC FirstSearch Instructions
Philosopher’s Index: See EBSCOHost Instructions
Primary Search: See EBSCOHost Instructions
ProceedingsFirst: See OCLC FirstSearch Instructions
Professional Collection: GALE InfoTrac Instructions
PsycArticles: See EBSCOHost Instructions
PsycInfo: See EBSCOHost Instructions
Public Library of Science (PLoS)
Note: Citations cannot be added en masse from PLoS. Conduct your search. For items you wish to add, first open the article, then select "download citation." Save the file without changing anything or opening the folder.
In RefWorks: choose References/Import. Choose the filter, "RIS Format," and the database, "RIS Format."
PubMed: See NLM PubMed Instructions
Regional Business News: See EBSCOHost Instructions
RefWorks - moving references from one account to another:
BACKUP METHOD: If you have a RefWorks account at another institution and want to transfer it to CBU, first BACKUP your account at the previous institution. Then create a new, empty account through CBU, and RESTORE the first account into the CBU account. The new account must be empty or the RESTORE will overwrite anything in it.
EXPORT METHOD: If you already have a CBU account and started saving references to it, you can't use the backup method. Instead, export records from one account to another. Login to the first RefWorks account and select references--whether the entire database or a folder--for export. Go to References/Export, and select "RefWorks Tagged Format." Click Export to Text File and save the file as .txt. Then in the second RefWorks account, use References/Import and use "RefWorks Tagged Format" as the data source.
RePec: Research Papers in Economics
Databases include: IDEAS. There are many databases in RePec. IDEAS is the search tool to use if you want to retrieve references.
DIRECT EXPORT: There is no direct export.
SAVE AND IMPORT: Go into the IDEAS section of RePeC, and conduct your search. You must open each abstract one at a time to retrieve formatted references. In the abstract, find the section called "Publisher Information." Under "Download Reference," click RIS. A screen will open with the reference. To import a single reference, save the screen as .txt. To import multiple references, copy-and-paste the references into a word processing document. Leave a line between each reference.
In RefWorks: choose References/Import. Choose the import filter "RIS." Then choose RePec for your database.
Only one item at a time can be added to RefWorks from Salem Press. To do so, click the Article Citation tab on found on the sidebar of an open article. This opens a new page with the option of exporting a citation to bibliographic management softewar. Click the tab, "Download to Citation Manager." Save the file as "citation.ris."
In RefWorks: choose References/Import. Use "RIS format" for your import filter as well as for your database.
DIRECT EXPORT: SCIRUS does not have a Direct Export feature.
SAVE AND IMPORT: Conduct your search and select items from the results list. BE AWARE: You must select and export items from a single page before moving to the next page. Once selected, click the "Export Checked Results" button.
A pop-up opens. Determine whether you want to export citations only or include abstracts as well. Select RIS format, directing the system to save the file. Click Export. A Scirus########.ris file will be saved.
In RefWorks: choose References/Import. Use "RIS format" for your import filter and SCIRUS for your database.
Select citations you want to add to RefWorks and click the "your selections" tab. On the page listing your selections, click "citations." This generates a file to save; you need not make any changes to the file's extension.
In RefWorks: choose References/Import. For your import filter, choose RIS Format; for your database, choose Science.gov
NOTE: Although CBU does not have access to the fulltext of articles in ScienceDirect, it can be used to search for references. If you register with ScienceDirect, you can load your RefWorks username/password and CBU's group code into your profile. Then whenever you are log into ScienceDirect, you can export to RefWorks with just a click of a button.
DIRECT EXPORT: If you don't want to register with ScienceDirect, use the following steps: Conduct a search in ScienceDirect, and check your selections (up to 1000). At the top of the list, click "Export citations." Choose "RefWorks Direct Export" and indicate if you want to include abstracts. Then click "Export." You may have to respond to security alert messages before the file will be sent to RefWorks.
SAVE AND IMPORT: Conduct your search and select items from the results list. Click the "Export Citations" icon at the top of the list. Select RIS format, click Export, and a file for importing will be created. You may want to change the default name as ScienceDirect assigns a long string of code as the name. Include .ris as the file extension, and then change the "save as type" to "All Files."
In RefWorks: choose References/Import. Use "ScienceDirect (RIS format)" as the import filter, and "ScienceDirect Navigator" as the database.
A number of Smithsonian catalogs are searchable within RefWorks. From the Search drop-down, choose "Online Catalog or Database," then select one of the Smithsonian entries from the list. Among your options are the Smithsonian Institution Archives Catalog, the Smithsonian Institution Art Inventories, the Smithsonian Institution Library Catalog, the Smithsonian Institution National Air & Space Museum Directory of Airplanes, and the Smithsonian Institution Research Bibliography Catalog.
Tennessee Newspapers: See NewsBank instructions
Databases include: Toxline, DART, plus several others, but only Toxline and DART have bibliographic records.
DIRECT EXPORT: there is no direct export.
SAVE AND IMPORT: Select records, then click the "Save Checked Items" icon. Next, click "Display Saved items."
Click "Download" and a pop-up appears with a command line for downloading a the selected number of records. Choose the "tagged" format before completing the download. The file should open automatically. File/Save, being sure to save the file as .TXT.
In RefWorks: choose References/Import. Choose the TOXNET filter.
U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH)
You can search the NIH from within RefWorks, with results automatically loaded into your RefWorks' database. From the Search drop-down, choose "Online Catalog or Database," then select U.S. National Institutes of Health from the alphabetic list.
U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM)
You can search NLM from within RefWorks, with results automatically loaded into your RefWorks' database. From the Search drop-down, choose "Online Catalog or Database," then select U.S. National Library of Medicine from the alphabetic list.
Wiley Online Library
Note: CBU has access to some full text material in Wiley Online Library; these items will be marked with icons in results lists. You can, however, retrieve citations and abstracts for everything in the Library.
The DIRECT EXPORT option now works properly.
DIRECT EXPORT: Make your selections from the results list. (If you move to another page of results before exporting, you will loose your selections from the first page; so export before you page forward.) Click the Export citation icon. For format, select RefWorks. Choose either "citation" or "citation with abstract" for an export type. Click Submit. You'll be taken to a RefWorks login, if you are not logged in. You may be asked for the group code--even when using an on-campus computer (we hope to correct this particular problem). Avoid this problem by logging in to RefWorks before you go to Wiley.
SAVE AND IMPORT: Make your selection from the results list. Click the Export citation icon. For format, select Plain Text. Choose either "citation" or "citation with abstract" for an export type. Click Submit. You'll be given a page to save for importing into RefWorks. If you've chosen multiple citations, you will see them all in this file -- even so, only one item at a time will transfer into RefWorks.
In RefWorks: choose References/Import. Use the "RIS Format" import filter with "RIS Format UTF" format as the database. Then CHANGE the encoding to UTF-8. This should allow you to import multiple references. (The old Wiley Interscience filter no longer works.)
WorldCat (Firstsearch): See OCLC FirstSearch Instructions
Use if you want to load files including multiple references to books.
WorldCat Dissertations & Theses: See OCLC FirstSearch Instructions
WorldCat.org sends only one reference to RefWorks at a time but is very easy to use. Search for an item. Click on the title to open the full record and click "Cite/Export." In the window that opens, click "Export to RefWorks." You may be prompted to login.
In Zotero, click the wheel symbol, then Export. Save the file as Bibtex. Then go to RefWorks and use "Bibtex" as filter and "Multiple databases" as the database source.