An introduction to Mendeley and a demonstration of its main features.
Mendeley is a combination of things: a desktop application to manage your personal collection of references and electronic documents (like PDFs). Like EndNote, that is supported by the Library (and we will keep doing that) you can add references to your articles in different styles, and import references from a range of databases. But Mendeley also offers options to have your personal library on the Web, create a personal page and to join and create groups to collaborate with colleagues. On top of that it gives access to a rapidly growing collection of Open Access documents.
Current Mendeley users are also very welcome. We would like to hear your experiences, and discuss what kind of support would be useful.
It is not necessary to register in advance. Walk in, but be sure to be on time.