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Posted on behalf of the Bodleian Health Care Libraries

A new version of RefWorks has recently been launched by the developers, Proquest.  This new version will run alongside the existing version of RefWorks (now referred to as “Legacy RefWorks”) until January 2018.

Although both versions are now available, currently it is not possible to edit documents in new RefWorks if they have previously been used in Legacy RefWorks. For this reason we strongly recommend that existing RefWorks users at Oxford University delay moving to the new version of RefWorks for the time being.

If you are entirely new to RefWorks we recommend that you use RefWorks 3 (which is the new version of RefWorks).

More information can be found at