Sunset for Legacy RefWorks

June 27, 2018

Starting in July 2018, Dahlgren Memorial Library will no longer support Legacy RefWorks.  Users that have accounts on the old Legacy platform are encouraged to transition their citations to the New RefWorks platform. New RefWorks can be exploited similarly to Legacy RefWorks and offers the ability to migrate old accounts without losing information.  Throughout the upcoming semesters, DML will be hosting workshops that will help demystify New RefWorks and ease the transition.


New RefWorks

June 9, 2017

A new and improved version of the RefWorks citation management platform is now available at Georgetown. The new version of RefWorks will run concurrently with the “legacy” version.

Interested in learning more?
Dahlgren Memorial Library is offering lunch time workshops in the BACC Classroom on the lower level of the library. Both new and experienced RefWorks users are welcome at the workshops. The workshops will demonstrate how to use New RefWorks to manage references, organize and share citations, and create bibliographies.

Wednesday June 14th 12-1pm: https://dmlrefworks3gumc06-14-2017.eventbrite.com
Tuesday, June 20th 12-1pm: https://dmlrefworks3gumc06-20-2017.eventbrite.com
Wednesday June 28th 12-1pm: https://dmlrefworks3gumc06-28-2017.eventbrite.com

All Georgetown students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend. If you are interested in new RefWorks, but can’t attend any of the listed dates, contact DML Librarians to arrange for an individual consultation.


Spring 2011 Workshops

January 4, 2011

Dahlgren Memorial Library is pleased to announce our Spring 2011 Workshop Series
The workshops are designed to help you manage your research, expertly utilize library resources, introduce you to new tools and technologies, and, most importantly, apply these skills in real-world situations.

Workshops include:

  • RefWorks 101: Manage Citations & Create Bibliographies
  • RSS Feeds: Keeping Current with the Health Literature

Registration:
To register for a workshop, please fill out our online registration form.

Workshop location:
All workshops will be held in the Biomedical Academic Computing Center (BACC) classroom, located on the lower level of Dahlgren Memorial Library, or in the DML Conference room, located on the main level of the Library.

Who can attend?
Workshops are for the faculty, staff, and students of Georgetown University Medical Center, Georgetown University, and Georgetown University Hospital.

Questions?
If you have any questions about our workshops, or would like a customized library instruction session for your class or research group, please contact Sarah Cantrell, Education Services Librarian, or call 202-687-8874.


Fall/Winter Workshops

August 7, 2009

Dahlgren Memorial Library is pleased to announce our Fall/Winter 2009 Workshop Series.
The workshops are designed to help you manage your research, expertly utilize library resources, introduce you to new tools and technologies, and, most importantly, apply these skills in real-world situations.

Workshops include:

Journal Articles: Finding the Full-Text FAST

RefWorks 101: Manage Citations & Create Bibliographies

Advanced RefWorks

Google Searching: Beyond the Basic Text Box

Google Tools: More than Just a Search

RSS Feeds: Keeping Current with the Health Literature

How Web 2.0 Enhances Research: Wikis, Apps, RSS Feeds, and More

Search like a Pro: MEDLINE (OvidSP)

Search like a Pro: CINAHL (Cumulative Index for Nursing & Allied Health Literature)

Registration:
To register for a workshop, please fill out our online registration form.

Workshop location:
All workshops will be held in the Biomedical Academic Computing Center (BACC) classroom, located on the lower level of Dahlgren Memorial Library. Please check the library website for the most up-to-date information.

Who can attend?
Workshops are for the faculty, staff, and students of Georgetown University Medical Center, Georgetown University, and Georgetown University Hospital.

Questions?
If you have any questions about our workshops, or would like a customized library instruction session for your class or research group, please contact Sarah Cantrell, Education Services Librarian, or call 202-687-8874.