Mendeley Webinars take us around the globe

Webinar ScreenshotLast week we hosted two Webinars for scientists and information professionals from the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR), an international network of research institutions as well as governmental and non-governmental organizations. CGIAR is aiming to achieve sustainable food security and reduce poverty in developing countries using scientific research and research-related activities in the fields of agriculture, forestry, fisheries, policy, and the environment. We are always pleased to find out about new areas of research, and to see that many people are already using Mendeley. Over at CGIAR’s ICT and Knowledge Management Department, Mendeley is widely considered to be an “intuitive, easy-to-use tool for online reference management” – Thanks, Meena!

So how global is global, then? Looking at the attendees of last week’s webinars: very, very global! Mendeley is being used in so many diverse locations – there were CGIAR researchers, librarians, and knowledge management specialists from Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Colombia, Egypt, Germany, India, Malaysia, Nigeria, the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Syria, the UK and the USA. And it’s great to see that we can help to make research easier.

We are planning to offer more webinars very soon. If you or your organization is interested in a tailor-made web seminar, please let us know at community@mendeley.com.

4 thoughts on “Mendeley Webinars take us around the globe

  1. Hi Philipp, this was a great opportunity all around. We have gathered so much interest after these webinars, we have people clamouring for more. Will be contacting you soon. Cheers- Meena

  2. On behalf of all the colleagues in the CGIAR thank you! for very well run and informative webinars! We are getting a lot of very positive feedback and we will be looking into doing more! Many are finding Mendeley extremely useful and easy to use.

    Best, Enrica

    Chief Information Officer, CGIAR

  3. was any of the webinars recorded? this would be a great resource for people that are not available to attend to these webinars.

    Ricardo

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