The Top 5 papers in Educational Research on Mendeley

Educational researchers on Mendeley are a diverse bunch. While there’s definitely a technology flavor to the readership, each subdiscipline has its distinct literature without as much overlap as we’ve seen in other fields. That said, there were some common favorites. A paper on digital natives (and why the concept isn’t that useful) was one of the top papers across nearly all categories. If you want to hear more about this, Jess Mezei from Teachers College at Columbia, will be leading a free session on Mendeley for Educational research on July 19th at 2 PM EDT. Sign up here. Here’s the 5 most common papers:Read More »

Calling all Educational Researchers! Join us for a free instructional session on July 19th at 2PM EDT to learn about Mendeley for Educators.

Calling all education researchers! 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 makes educational research easier
  • Mendeley and intellectual property
  • Mendeley’s role in the future of education

Jess Mezei, Ed.M in Science Education and certified NYS high school biology teacher, 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.Read More »