The Duke University Libraries will no longer support the SciWheel citation management tool; access will end on June 30, 2022. If you are a SciWheel user, you can choose to export your files easily from SciWheel as a .RIS file. The .RIS file type can be imported into other citation management tools, such as Zotero and EndNote. SciWheel created easy step-by-step instructions on how to export your citations.
Sciwheel (formerly F1000Workspace) typically requires users to log into their accounts from a campus IP address once every 60 days in order to retain institutional access. This is no longer possible for most users, who are now working remotely. Below are a few ways you can re-verify your institutional authorization:
1. Log into Sciwheel using this library proxy. When successful, you should see a green checkmark and the confirmation of "Sciwheel Institutional subscription: you have full access to Sciwheel so you can take advantage of all our features."
2. If you do not get the confirmation above, you will have to contact Sciwheel support so they can manually refresh your access. You can contact them by using the internal blue and white chat button at the bottom right corner of your your browser window (you may not see this if you are blocking ads or trackers), or just email them and they will be happy to help you keep your institutional subscription active. You will NOT lose access to your account or to any citations in your account.