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== Citations with Multiple Authors  ==
 
== Citations with Multiple Authors  ==
  
The Get it @ Midd screen only lists one author of a journal article, even if there are multiple authors. Therefore when you export a citation to RefWorks from this screen, you only get one author for your bibliography, which is not correct. To avoid this problem, add your citations to a folder from the results page, which includes multiple authors. Then view your folder of Saved Items and export your citations to RefWorks from there.  This will export a citation with all authors and result in a correct citation in your bibliography.  In Summon, the Saved Items folder looks like this:
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The Get it @ Midd screen only lists one author of a journal article, even if there are multiple authors. Therefore when you export a citation to RefWorks from this screen, you only get one author for your bibliography, which is not correct. To avoid this problem, export your citations from the place where you initially found them. For example, when you're in Summon, export from the Summon results page: save the citations to your "Saved Items" folder, then view your Saved Items and export them to RefWorks.  This will export a citation with all authors and result in a correct citation in your bibliography.  In Summon, the Saved Items folder looks like this:
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:04, 29 September 2022

Citations with Multiple Authors

The Get it @ Midd screen only lists one author of a journal article, even if there are multiple authors. Therefore when you export a citation to RefWorks from this screen, you only get one author for your bibliography, which is not correct. To avoid this problem, export your citations from the place where you initially found them. For example, when you're in Summon, export from the Summon results page: save the citations to your "Saved Items" folder, then view your Saved Items and export them to RefWorks.  This will export a citation with all authors and result in a correct citation in your bibliography.  In Summon, the Saved Items folder looks like this:

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