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RefWorks and Formatting ERIC Documents
RefWorks has problems with its formatting of ERIC documents. But there is help. These tips come courtesy of Ohio University Libraries:
This is really a problem with the ERIC database and not with RefWorks. ERIC abbreviates a long author list to Deering, Paul D.; And Others. Proper APA citation requires that the first six authors be listed and then et al. added to the list if there are more than six. The original document should be consulted so that the RefWorks record can be edited with the additional last names.
For example, you would enter all authors on the Author field as follows:
Cugy,D.; Penide,D.; Paty,J.; Balan,J.; Vinclair,J.; Cugy,S.; Lenain,J.-L.; Giordanella,J.-P.
RefWorks then has enough information to create a correct author entry which is
Cugy, D., Penide, D., Paty, J., Balan, J., Vinclair, J., & Cugy, S. et al.
If more than 6 authors are listed in RefWorks, you will need to edit to et.al.
After exporting ERIC documents into RefWorks, click on the Edit button for each record.
Educational effectiveness of Sesame Street. (Report No. ETS-RR-91-55). Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED385553)
Scott, B. D. (1999). Standing up for community and school. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED440788). Retrieved from Education Resources Information Center: http://eric.ed.gov/