Citation data can be added to RefWorks in the following ways:
Conduct your search in a database, such as Academic Search Complete by EBSCO. Identify the articles you wish to use in your paper.
In the Tools section of your Results, go to Export. Select Export to RefWorks. (Make sure your pop-up blocker is disabled for this.) You might also need to explore the database to find the option to export, which is sometimes named something different, such as "Cite This."
When you click Export to RefWorks your citations will be transfered into the Last Imported Folder of RefWorks.
RefGrab-It is a bookmarklet that works with your Firefox browser to capture citation information from web pages giving you the option to import that data into your RefWorks account.
If an ISBN number, PubMed ID or DOI exists on the web page, RefGrab-It can be used.
Bookmarklets are small programs or code that you can run from your bookmarks to do simple things. To install a bookmarklet, simply drag its link to your Personal Toolbar. To use it on the page you are viewing, just click the bookmarklet on your toolbar.
The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a 13-digit number assigned by standard book numbering agencies to control and facilitate activities within the publishing industry. ISBNs used to be 10 digits until the end of 2006.
PMID is the unique identifier number used in PubMed. They are assigned to each article record when it enters the PubMed system. The PMID# is always found at the end of a PubMed citation.
A digital object identifier (DOI) is a unique alphanumeric string assigned by a registration agency (the International DOI Foundation) to identify content and provide a persistent link to its location on the Internet. The publisher assigns a DOI when an article is published and made available electronically.