Calling all life scientists! Come learn about how you can use Mendeley to spend less time searching the literature and more time doing research! We’ll discuss topics such as:
- What Mendeley is (and what it’s not)
- Who’s using Mendeley
- How Mendeley takes the pain out of writing manuscripts
- Mendeley and intellectual property
- Mendeley’s role in the future of research
William Gunn, Head of Academic Outreach (and PhD in Biomedical Science) will be conducting this session. There will be plenty of time for questions after and during the session. If this time doesn’t work for you, please check out the session schedule below or see our events page for an event near you.
Date: Thursday, July 7th 2011
|Introduction to Mendeley||7/13/2011 02:00 PM EDT|
|Mendeley for Educational Research||7/19/2011 02:00 PM EDT|
|Mendeley for Librarians||7/26/2011 01:00 PM EDT|
NB: Unfortunately, GoToMeeting doesn’t work on Linux. We’re very sorry, but we haven’t found a better solution that allows us to accommodate a large number of attendees and supports all platforms. We’re currently looking at WebEx as a possible replacement.
3 thoughts on “Join us for "Mendeley for Life Scientists", a free online instructional session on July 7th at 1PM EDT”
Are recordings of these provided after the event? Unfortunately most end up ocurring in the middle of the night here in Melbourne, Australia.
+1 for posting recordings of webinars
Good news guys… Audio narration of slides on slideshare now works again, so I’ll get these up as soon as I can.
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