Events and Workshops


Introduction to Mendeley Web - Free Reference Management Software

Presenters: Associate Professor Michele Behr, Swain Education Services  and Librarian Associate Professor Edward Eckel III, Science and Engineering Librarian University Libraries
Date: Friday, January 20, 2017
Time: 1 to 2:30 p.m.
Location: Graduate Student Commons (E-125) located on the first floor, 260 W Walwood Hall, East Campus

Learn to use the free reference management software Mendeley Web to save your references, annotate and take notes on your articles, and create bibliographies for your papers and articles. Mendeley allows you to organize your article, book and report references using folders, tag them for easy search and retrieval, and access them on any device using the desktop software, iPhone/iPad/Android apps, and through a web browser through References created on any device sync seamlessly with your account on the web, and are accessible on any of your other devices. In addition, connect with other like-minded researchers through over 100,000 public research groups. Participants are encouraged to create a Mendeley Web account ahead of time at so that they are ready to begin working in the workshop. If you wish to use the desktop software or the mobile/iPad software versions, please bring your own device.

Participants will learn how to:

  • Import references from library databases into their Mendeley Web accounts 
  • Create new references by importing research articles in PDF format 
  • Organize references using folders and tags 
  • Annotate PDFs by highlighting and taking notes 
  • Create bibliographies in MS Word and other word processing software. 
  • Create research groups for sharing references and notes with colleagues 
  • Download the desktop and mobile versions of Mendeley

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