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''Activity''\n\nDownload [[this document|]] and attach it to one of your references.\n\n[[I think I've got this attaching a document thing. |Finish]]\n\n[[Wait a minute, can I see the instructions again?|AttachADocInstructions]]
''Sharing References''\n\nYou can use RefShare to share your reference lists with anyone, including those outside of your institution or without a RefWorks account.\n\n1. Click on 'Organize & Share Folders'. You can share your entire database or select a folder you would like to share and click on the icon with the arrow.\n\n<html><img src=""/></html>\n\n\n2. It will ask you to verify that you would like to share the selected folder and then a new window will pop-up.\n\n3. You are given a URL which you can send to people you would like to share your references with.\n\n4. Shared folders have a small figure inside as their icon. If you hover over the icon, you are provided with various options, including emailing the share or removing it.\n\n<html><img src=""/></html>\n\n\n5. When a share is created, it isn't limited to a specific person or group of people. However, in order to access the folder, users will need the URL.\n\n<html>\n<iframe width="560" height="315" src="" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></html>\n\n[[I want to give this a try.|SharingActivity]]\n\n[[I'm ready to move on.|RSSFeeds]]\n
Do you want to keep up to date on your field? \nDo you want to be alerted when something new is published in a specific database or journal?\n\n[[Yes - I think that would be useful.|RSSFeedsInstructions]]\n\n[[No thanks, I'm not interested.|AttachADoc]]\n
RefWorks is used to store citations. Would you like to also store the PDF file of the document? \nOr do you keep summaries or notes on items that you would like to store with the reference? \n\n[[Yes - I think that would be useful.|AttachADocInstructions]]\n\n[[No thanks, I'm not interested.|Finish]]\n
There are many features in RefWorks that can be useful. However, not all of them might be useful to you.\n\nThis activity will help you discover and learn how to use features of RefWorks that interest you. You can explore and review this activity as often as you would like. \n\n[[Next|GettingStarted]]
''Activity''\n\nCreate a folder called 'Cats Like to Nap'.\n\nShare this with\n\n[[I think I've got this sharing folders thing. I'm ready to learn something else.|RSSFeeds]]\n\n[[Wait a minute, can I see the instructions again?|SharingFoldersInstructions]]
Do you need to share your reference list with anyone? Including anyone at the University of Guelph, other institutions or someone without a RefWorks account?\n\n[[Yes - I think that would be useful.|SharingFoldersInstructions]]\n\n[[No thanks, I'm not interested.|RSSFeeds]]
''Activity''\n\nChoose an RSS Feed of your own and add this to your RefWorks.\n\n[[I think I've got this RSS Feed thing. I'm ready to learn something else.|AttachADoc]]\n\n[[Wait a minute, can I see the instructions again?|RSSFeedsInstructions]]
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''Attach a Document''\n\nYou can attach files to a reference, including notes, a pdf of the article, images or sound files (up to 20MB per file).\n\n1. To add a file, click on the edit button which is on the grey band of the reference entry. It looks like a pencil on a piece of white paper.\n\n2. Scroll down to the attachments field and click on 'Browse'.\n\n3. Select the file and click 'Open'.\n\n4. You can save more than one file per reference.\n\n5. Click 'Save Reference' and then close the window by clicking the X at the top of the page.\n\n<html><iframe width="640" height="360" src="" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></html>\n\n[[I want to give this a try.|AttachADocActivity]]\n\n[[I'm ready to move on.|Finish]]
''RSS Feeds''\n\nRSS feeds, or Really Simple Syndication, are alerts to inform you of updated information. RefWorks allows you to subscribe to RSS feeds within your account. This can be useful for subscribing to databases or journals that provide RSS feeds for newly published content, which can allow you to stay up to date on new material in your field. \n\n1. Once you have a link to an RSS feed, you can add it to your RefWorks account by selecting 'Search' at the top of the RefWorks main page and then 'RSS Feeds'.\n\n2. Paste the URL into the box and click 'Add RSS Feed'.\n\n3. Once it has been added, click on the title. You can sort through the list to select the items of interest by clicking the box at the corner of the reference.\n\n4. Import the references by selecting an appropriate folder from the drop-down menu and then click on 'Import'.\n\n5. You can add or remove RSS feeds from your list at anytime.\n\n<html>\n<iframe width="640" height="360" src="" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> </html>\n\n[[I want to give this a try.|RSSFeedsActivity]]\n\n[[I'm ready to move on.|AttachADoc]]
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