Academic Medical Librarian at Centre de formation médicale du Nouveau-Brunswick, Université de Moncton & D. Felder - Mendeley
Join expert medical librarian Amanda Horsman and Doug Felder from Mendeley for an exclusive webinar focused on how librarians like you use Mendeley Institutional Edition to support students and researchers. Amanda will demonstrate the power of facilitating inter-professional collaboration between research group members.
Tuija Korhonen and Katja Kunttu of Helsinki University and Rajiv Nariani, York University
Mendeley Certification Program for Librarians was launched in February 2015 and has received enthusiastic support from over 800 participants world-wide. The Certification Program offers an flexible, 100% on-line, self-paced learning structure in a 3-leveled structure for librarians to learn about Mendeley, functionally, technically, as well as the optimal user roll-out method at their institutions. The program is designed to not only bring updated information about the product to new users but also best practices to seasoned librarians. This webinar will feature librarians from both Helsinki University and York University and their experiences and learnings through the program as well as applying Mendeley in their own environments and library strategies.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is one of the world’s leading universities in the areas of science and technology. The MIT Libraries Personal Content Management team supports students and researchers in the use of Mendeley and other tools. In 2013, the libraries decided to purchase and implement Mendeley Institutional Edition (MIE). MIE has enabled the Libraries to better support our users in their research by providing them with enhanced productivity and collaboration features. In this session we will discuss the MIT Libraries’ decision to implement MIE, how the Libraries were able to successfully roll MIE out to the MIT Community and how MIE fits in with the suite of tools that the Personal Content Management Team supports.
On a daily basis, librarians support and answer countless questions from students and researchers on the most efficient and effective way to identify and manage reference information. Modern day librarians need to consider not only the scholarly need of citation management but also consider how such a citation management tool can support extensive research collaboration requirements. Therefore, most librarians feel a strong need to keep abreast of the newest researcher tools available in the market. This webinar features librarians from Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh discussing why they decided to invest resources in Mendeley and what kind of impact it had in their universities. They will share experiences with previous tools and how research collaboration and data analytics tools in Mendeley support their research objectives as well as shape the researcher services they provide.
In this webinar, you will learn about the reasons for ETH-Bibliothek Zurich to implement Mendeley, in particular Mendeley Institutional Edition (MIE), at ETH Zurich in Switzerland. ETH Zurich is one of the leading international universities for technology and the natural sciences. After one and a half years, we are looking back on our experiences with Mendeley and how it has been welcomed among the researchers and students. As librarians, we are able to further evaluate the benefits and visibility that MIE offers and what challenges we have met and overcome so far. In summary, we will also take a look ahead at our plans and wishes regarding MIE for the upcoming years.
Jan Reichelt, Co-founder, President, Mendeley and Matt Green, Institutional Product Manager
2 years after joining the Elsevier family, Mendeley’s co-founder Jan Reichelt reflects on the journey and more importantly shares his vision and passion for the future to come. Since acquisition, Mendeley has not only accelerated its speed to deliver user-demanded features for its millions of users, but it has also worked feverishly to integrate itself with the rest of Elsevier solutions. This webinar will highlight how Mendeley is connecting to the rest of Elsevier solutions as well as how Mendeley is intending to deliver even more features and services to support researchers and institutions world-wide in 2015.
Dr. Daqing He and Wei Jeng, PhD student, University of Pittsburgh, Luz Marina Alvare, IFPRI-CGIAR
Join this webinar will feature: Latest study on researcher interactions on Mendeley network and two users on how Mendeley supports discovery of new insights, easy to use annotation and cross collaboration, and sharing knowledge. You will hear the details of the study and why researchers choose to be on Mendeley to connect with others. You will also hear about some of the common traits of successful Mendeley groups and the people, content, and discussions. Lastly you will also hear about real users further advance their quest for scientific advances using Mendeley groups. You will also be the first to hear about some of the new ideas being tested and if you are a Mendeley user we would like to invite you to cast your votes for your favorites. .
Matthew Green, Mendeley Product Manager; Jorge Sinval,Univ. Porto & Univ. of Sao Paulo; Sjurdur Hammer, University of Glasgow
Join this webinar featuring three experts including: A Mendeley product management and two seasoned researchers on why it is critically important for Mendeley to be secure and work smart proactively to support them in their research work. You will hear about the benefits of being able to organize and access your research library within seconds anywhere you are and how Mendeley can generate new recommendations for you to review. You can hear about how students and researchers use Mendeley to connect with others to gather knowledge as well as form groups to share insights. Lastly, you will also hear about why the millions of users trust Mendeley to transport their libraries as they advance through their careers. Join us to hear about some of the new ideas being tested and if you are a Mendeley user we would like to invite you to cast your votes for your favorites.
Join this complimentary webinar to hear about how the library team at Stanford University selected Mendeley, an evolutionary reference management tool connected to one of largest academic social network, to deploy to its researchers and faculties. In one year, more than a thousand researchers have joined Mendeley group @ Stanford and using it to support their research collaboration and studies. This session will have an overview of how the library has taken on the initiative and how the students and researchers have embraced the new researcher's tool to support their work.
Chris Chan and Chloe Lei, Hong Kong Baptist University, Jan Vandamme, Eurofound
Join this complimentary webinar to learn about how Mendeley supports research results and collaboration from two different institutions. Hong Kong Baptist University, a publicly-funded institution focused on providing the best whole person education for its students and European Foundation, will share about their teaching and research focus and why reference management tools are an essential part of the education process. The European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working conditions (Eurofound) is a tripartite European Union Agency, whose role is to provide knowledge in the area of social and work-related policies will discuss how Mendeley is crucial to sharing and dissemination of new scientific trends and information. The session will give insights to how these institutions came to learn about Mendeley, their evaluation process, building a business case for internal support, planning of user deployment, the results so far, and their plans for the future.
Jens Damm Fledelius, Head of Projects, Denmark Technical University
Technical University of Denmark, or DTU, is one of the foremost technical universities in Europe and continues to excel with increasing number of publications and extensive global industry partnerships each year. To build on its vision of research and technical excellence DTU rolled out Mendeley to all of the university and participation grew by 250% in less than 6 months. In this session, we will hear more about the vision of the university library, the progress of the Mendeley project, early signs of success, and the future steps forward.
In this webinar, we will hear from the original founders Victor, Jan, and Paul on their journey in becoming part of the Elsevier team. What this journey meant for the product, their loyal users, themselves and their teams. What’s their vision for the future now and how are they continuing their mission to ‘change the way we do research’?
Mendeley Institutional Edition is a premium version of Mendeley with institutional needs in mind. Enhanced and expanded, it is a product based on our free core service and includes the following features for researchers and librarians:
•Premium upgrades to empower your researchers with more productivity and collaboration power
•Analytics dashboard to enable librarians to better support their institutional information objectives and the researchers needs