If a database doesn't offer a Direct Export to RefWorks, or if this functionality isn't working, it is worth checking if RefGrabIt can detect the citation.
RefGrab-It looks for information on web pages. If an ISBN number, PubMed ID, DOI (digital object identifier) or COinS (ContextObjects in Spans) are on the web page, RefGrab-It will automatically "grab" that information. In addition, it will also search various web resources (behind the scenes) to get supplemental information that may be of interest to you that you can also import. RefWorks may even locate RSS feeds related to the web page, from which you can invoke and import information.
When you use RefGrab-It on a web page, it automatically opens a "temporary results page" in a new window. You can view the information and additional resources first, then decide if you want to import the data.
Note: RefGrab-It cannot be used on .pdf files from web sites. It is not available on Safari browsers.
To download RefGrab-It, or for more information about this tool, go to the RefGrab-It page in the Tools menu of your RefWorks account.
Firefox or Chrome Users
Firefox also gives you the option of right clicking on the RefGrab-It link and choosing 'Add to Bookmarks'.
Internet Explorer Users
Note: If you do not want the RefGrab-It link in your toolbar, you can simply hide the Links area of the toolbar -- select View, Toolbars and de-select Links.
Once RefGrab-It is installed, simply click the RefGrab-It button and a new window will pop up and float over top of the website you're interested in (see example below). Depending on the page you may see 2 options.
Clicking the "Import to RefWorks" button will import the bibliographic details of this article into your account.