Why Researchers Love Mendeley

The core of Mendeley’s expanding ecosystem is its reference manager; researchers find it a convenient tool to organize their library, read and annotate, write and cite.

Reference Manager is available on desktop (Windows, Mac and Linux), web and mobile devices (iOS and Android).

You can also import papers, web pages and other documents directly into your reference library from search engines and academic databases. Mendeley Web Importer is available for all major web browsers.

The Mendeley citation plugin allows you to cite seamlessly without leaving your word processor (Microsoft Word and LibreOffice). We are introducing new citation styles which will better support researchers in the Arts and Humanities.

Whether you are a senior researcher or just starting your academic career Mendeley enables you to manage your research, stay up to date, find a new role or a funding opportunity, and connect with colleagues.

Infographic – Top 10 tips to get you to graduation

It’s that time of year where long summer evenings fade into distant memories and the reality of returning back for the new academic year hits home. A mixture of anxiety and excitement fills the pit of your stomach, a fear of that overwhelming workload ahead but also the quiet promise of a fresh start where good habits can be formed again.

So now is a good time to recall all those helpful little best-practice tips that you’ve heard throughout the years. To aid in this we’ve sourced what we believe to be some of the best tips to get you to your graduation, and put them together in a helpful infographic, a ‘graduate school survival guide’ so to speak.

If you find this helpful please feel free to share this blogpost, and if you have any tips of other topics you’d like to see visualized in a future infographic please leave a comments below.

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Heart vector by Vecteezy.com
Brain vector designed by Freepik.com
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