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Mendeley Advisor Briefing Nov 1, 2018

An update on Mendeley for the Mendeley Advisor Community covering the Mendeley Advisor Events and the beta of the new Mendeley Reference Manager.
Recorded Nov 8 2018 65 mins
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Rachel Brennesholtz, Laura Thomson, Adrian Raudaschl
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