RefWorks is a bibliography management tool. You can use this link to set up your RefWorks account with TAMU. https://refworks.proquest.com/signup/ Use you Netid as user name and then select your own password.
II. Word Apps for Writing and Citing: Write N Cite, RCM, & Google Doc
You could also embed RefWorks into MS Word to cite and create your Reference when writing. The tool was formerly known as Write N Cite, but now it is known as "Cite in Microsoft Word." To install it on your laptop, log in to your RefWorks account, under Tools find Cite in Microsoft Word> download a version compatible to your laptop's operating system. You can also insert RCM add-on app to your MS Word. RCM stands for RefWorks Citation Manager. To add RCM to your MS Word, follow this path: Open your MS Word > Insert > Get Add-In > Search RCM> Add. RCM is a newer tool which is easier to use than Write N Cite. There is also an Add-on app for Google Doc. Go to your RefWorks account, under Tool, download and install the Google Doc app, which works exactly the same as RCM.
III Google Scholar & RefWorks
To use RefWorks with Google Scholar, go to Google Scholar >Setting> Bibliography Manager> change setting from BibTex to RefWorks >Save. With this new setting in place, every result will bear a link ready to be exported to your RefWorks account with just two clicks