Mendeley Training, University of Manchester Library, first session Friday 11th April 2pm

Mendeley Training, University of Manchester Library, first session Friday 11th April 2pm, book now http://tinyurl.com/q74vjen

Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network that can help you organise your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research. Information about how Mendeley can help you in your research and guidance on getting started can be found on the Mendeley website –www.mendeley.com.

As part of a collaborative research project between The University of Manchester Library and Mendeley, the Library is able to offer access to the premium Mendeley product for 2014. Anyone signing up to use Mendeley, or any existing users who upgrade, will have access to the enhanced features – 5GB of storage space (rather than the standard 2GB), and unlimited membership of groups for social networking and collaboration.

 

To promote the project and help you get started, the Library will be running a series of two-hour training sessions on getting started with Mendeley. Whether you are new to Mendeley or an existing user who wants to explore the enhanced features of the Premium version, you can sign up to these sessions or contact the organiser for further information. http://www.manchester.ac.uk/library

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One comment

  1. Janette Watson · · Reply

    Further information on Mendeley, and details of how to access/upgrade to Mendeley Premium, can be found the Library’s Referencing Guide: http://subjects.library.manchester.ac.uk/content.php?pid=394582&sid=3326308

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