Reminder: Mendeley for Librarians May 20th 10 AM EDT – free online instructional session

Calling all librarian and information science professionals! Come learn about how researchers at your institution are using Mendeley and how you can use it to help patrons find what they’re looking for faster. We’ll discuss topics such as:

  • What Mendeley is (and what it’s not)
  • Who’s using Mendeley
  • How Mendeley works with your existing information systems
  • Mendeley and intellectual property
  • Mendeley’s role in the future of libraries

William Gunn, Head of Academic Outreach will be conducting this session. There will be plenty of time for questions after and during the session.

Registration is open until May 20, 2011 10 AM EDT

Date: Friday, May 20th 2011
Time: 10:00 am EDT
Presenter: William Gunn

UPDATE: You can attend via ipad with the updated GoToMeeting software, but you’ll need to update on the day of the webinar, so join a bit early.

7 thoughts on “Reminder: Mendeley for Librarians May 20th 10 AM EDT – free online instructional session

  1. The audio for the recording did not turn out very clear, so I’ll re-narrate the slides and demo and put that up next week.

  2. I’ve been out of the office traveling a bit these past two weeks, but I’m working on it! I’ll update the post when it’s ready.

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