So, you've found an article or book that would be perfect to cite in your research. What's a fast and easy way to capture and create a citation from that website?
Here's an idea:
The citation management software, RefWorks, has a RefGrab-It feature that allows you to import information from any website into RefWorks.
Downloading RefGrab-It bookmarklet to your browser:
(1) Go to https://refworks.com/Refworks/newuser.asp to set up a new account if do not already have one. [If off-campus, log into VPN and Network Connect first; RefWorks is free to UCSF users because the Library has a site licence.]
(2) Go to http://www.refworks.com/refworks/BookMarklet.asp to download the bookmarklet
Watch this video showing how to use the RefGrab-It tool to easily import the web citation into your RefWorks account.