RefWorks is transitioning to a new version. There are benefits of both New RefWorks and Legacy Refworks. Also, there are compatibility issues related to how the versions communicate with Word documents. Read the information on this page before deciding when to transition, or, for those considering RefWorks initially, which version to use.
For advice or troubleshooting support relating to the transition, contact email@example.com.
New RefWorks is available now; the legacy version is still available and will be until at least 2018. You must consider a number of factors before deciding when to transition from Legacy RefWorks to New RefWorks.
Instructions for transitioning from Legacy to New RefWorks are available here: http://corpweb.proquest.com/docs/upgrade-userguide.pdf
Compare Legacy and New RefWorks: http://corpweb.proquest.com/docs/upgraderw-userguide.pdf
Log into Legacy RefWorks: http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017/13307
Log into New RefWorks: https://refworks.proquest.com