Comprehensive checklist for reference manager comparisons... 5 key criteria for selecting a reference management software application for your institution. also included is a comprehensive checklist for Mendeley Instiotutional Edition to compare to other tools
The new year brings some big news! We've partnered with Swets, a subscription management company, to create the Mendeley Institutional Edition.
Within their institutional profile, librarians can assist their users in a number of ways:
Upload their A-Z list of titles Have teachers set up course packs to direct students to important content Utilize link resolvers to facilitate speedy access paths to information Increase the reach of researchers by helping them share their content Discover peers in similar research fields Create the library’s own citation style, or adopt a standard See advanced analytics on content usage at their institution
A few weeks ago, we looked at a Mendeley, a free reference management and collaboration tool that allows users to search an online catalog of millions of documents. I was impressed by Mendeley's online catalog, which in ...
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'' There are a number of different types of software packages that you can use to manage the bibliographic details of information and the documents you find during your degree or research. You may find these online tools do not have all the functions you need, so make sure you choose carefully.''
'' This guide will help you choose the right tool for what you need to do: some people just want a quick way to generate a citation in APA style while others need to organize, annotate, and cite as they write.''
Research Groups are an easy way to collaborate with your colleagues, either publicly or in private. You can create three different types of groups. Private: great for working on that next amazing paper.
'' Reference management (RM) software is widely used by researchers in the health and natural sciences. Librarians are often called upon to provide support for these products. The present study compares four prominent RMs: CiteULike, RefWorks, Mendeley, and Zotero, in terms of features offered and the accuracy of the bibliographies that they generate.''