Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

RefWorks - Practice links and examples: Articles

This guide contains materials for a RefWorks class.

Try importing these articles into RefWorks

These articles can be exported to RefWorks via RIS. In some cases, importing a PDF copy of the article can be used to successfully create a reference in RefWorks

A couple of things to note:

  • Some of these articles provide an option to export to RefWorks via RefWorks format. However, this does not work in all cases. Exporting in RIS format is more reliable.
  • You can also look these articles up in Quick Find, and export them to RefWorks from there.


"Artificial Intelligence in Business Communication: A Snapshot"

"In the Ear of the Beholder: Self-Other Agreement in Leadership Communication and Its Relationship with Subordinates' Job Satisfaction"

"Starbucks' Plan to Hire 10,000 Refugees Spectacularly Backfires"

"Service User Experiences of Specialist Mental Health Supported Accommodation: A Systematic Review of Qualitative Studies and Narrative Synthesis"

"Janus at the Crossroads: Perspectives on Long-Term Care Trajectories for Older Women with Dementia in a Canadian Context"

"Building Research Capacity for Social Work Practitioners: A Regional Perspective"

"Quantitative Research Methods for Social Work: Making Social Work Count" [Book review]

"Affective Information Processing in Self-Managing Teams: The Role of Emotional Intelligence"

"Collaborative Exploratory Search for Information Filtering and Large-Scale Information Triage"

"Organizational Communication and Individual Behavior: Implications for Supply Chain Risk Management"

"Modern times: Seven steps toward an anthropology of the future"

"Music and Movement Share a Dynamic Structure that Supports Universal Expressions of Emotion"

"Wellbeing in Schools: What Do Students Tell Us?"