The Save to RefWorks bookmarklet is a button installed on your internet browser that allows you to scan the bibliographic content of a webpage and save it to your RefWorks library.
Install in your internet browser's bookmark/favorites bar (Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Chome). Once installed in your bookmarks bar, you can easily save citations from Library databases and websites, such as Google Scholar, PubMed, and more. If the full text is available from a website, RefWorks will save it. When you save content from the NCU Library Databases, you will see a link in the RefWorks citation that says "Find full text using link resolver."
Save to RefWorks uses translators to detect and import data from websites. The list of available translators is continuously changing, as translators often have to be reworked if the structure of the underlying site changes.
NOTE: Save to RefWorks may not work on secure sites (https://). If a site does not normally have bibliographic data it probably does not have a filter. In most cases, these sites will return the web page information. Your results may vary from site to site and even page to page.