There are several ways to add citations to RefWorks:
"Direct export" from databases: Many databases provide a "direct export" function that allows you to add a citation or group of citations you find in a database directly to RefWorks without having to save any files to import manually. To use direct export:
Export from database/Import to RefWorks: To add citations from databases without direct export, you need to save marked/tagged citations from the database to your computer as a text (.txt) file, which you can then import into RefWorks. Records from "desktop" citation management software (such as EndNote) can also be imported into RefWorks in this way.
You can add citations manuall to RefWorks:
Using RefGrab-It, you can easily capture and import citations to books and articles in web pages right into your RefWorks account.
The first step is to visit the RefGrab-It download and installation page and follow the instructions according to the browser you like to use (IE or Firefox).
Once you have RefGrab-It installed, it will appear in the links area of your IE toolbar or in the bookmarks toolbar in Firefox.
To use RefGrab-It:
Check out the Other tab to see any other information about the item(s) RefGrab-It found on the web page, which you can import into RefWorks if you want.
If you want to add the web page information RefGrab-It has found to your RefWorks account, click on the import button.
If you are not logged in to your account, you will be prompted to log-in. Otherwise, your records will appear in the Last Imported folder.