RefWorks is a web-based bibliographic management service that allows you to build bibliographies and manage citations.
Learn to Use RefWorks in 20 Minutes
RefWorks is a reference management application that allows you to organize your sources and create bibliographies for research projects.
To create a bibliography, check the box next to the sources you want to include. Then click the Create Bibliography button and select "Create Bibliography." Click on the drop down menu under "Bibliography from Selected references." Find the drop down menu that says "Institutional Styles." Select the one that says "(BYU Recommended) APA 7th - Sentence Casing, DOI: https://doi.org." You can click on the start next to the style so that it will appear in your favorites list later. Here is a screen shot of what the drop down menu looks like:
RefWorks will use the metadata for each source to create a bibliography in the selected style. An article citation in the right APA 7 style should look like the following:
If the doi portion looks something like this:
You will need to take the BYU portion out of it so it looks like this:
It's convenient to use RefWorks to start your references page, but you always need double check for style accuracy.
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