If you’re like most professors I know, you’d like to keep up with technology, but you just don’t have the time to sit down and spend a few hours learning how to use a new application. We understand. Give us 40 minutes of your time on the 13th and we’ll get you up and running, so you can enjoy the productivity enhancement with minimal time investment.
There will be two sessions, one at 12 noon and one at 1 PM EDT on October 13. The later session will focus on more advanced topics, while the earlier one is appropriate for folks with no prior experience. Please download and install Mendeley before the session so if you have any questions you’ll be able to ask them during the event.
We’ll discuss topics such as:
- What Mendeley is (and what it’s not)
- Writing grants & papers with Mendeley
- How Mendeley works with your existing information systems
- Organizing, sharing, and discovering research with Mendeley
- Mendeley’s role in the future of research
William Gunn, PhD & Head of Academic Outreach, will be conducting the later session and Ricardo Vidal, PhD candidate in Bioinformatics at Queens University, will be conducting the earlier session. There will be plenty of time for questions after and during the session. Please download and install Mendeley before the session begins. 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. We will put up a recording of the session afterwards, so check this post or our Youtube channel.
Date: Thursday, Oct 13th 2011 (Beginner)
Date: Thursday, Oct 13th 2011 (Advanced)
|Mendeley for Educational Research||2011-19-10 10:00 AM EDT|
|Mendeley for Lab Groups||2011-10-20 10:00 AM EDT|
|Alternative Metrics and the Future of Open Access||2011-10-27 1:00 PM EDT|
NB: These sessions are conducted using WebEx. You may wish to confirm your system will work with WebEx before the event begins.
2 thoughts on “No time to learn new software? Let us teach you. Join us for Mendeley for Professors on 10-13 at 12 or 1 PM EDT”
Will the web seminar be re-broadcast later?? I will myself be giving a lecture from 12-1 on the 13th so no possible way to watch the seminar… but I could really use it!!
Susie, take a look at our Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/mendeleyresearch
We have some recordings there, as well as short videos.
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