Lunchtime troubleshoot: Mendeley (Location:DMS Watson Building / Science Library, Bloomsbury)
01 July 2019, 1:15 pm–1:45 pm
Mendeley allows you to collect and organise reference information and to cite references in a Word document using a range of citation styles (e.g. Harvard style). It is useful for those writing essays, papers and dissertations.
This event is free.
Room 106DMS Watson BuildingGower StreetLondonWC1E 6BTUnited Kingdom
This drop-in session is for anyone already using Mendeley who has any particular queries or problems with using the package, with their own Mendeley library or with using Mendeley with Word. If you ordinarily use Mendeley on a Desktop@UCL computer you may log in to a computer available on the day. If you ordinarily use Mendeley on your own laptop you are recommended to bring your laptop with you, or to bring your Mendeley library on a portable storage device. Please note: we may not be able to resolve technical problems, which may then need to be referred to ISD.
This is a drop-in session so you may turn up at any time during the session and there is no need to book. Enquiries will be dealt with on a 'first-come-first-served' basis.
For an introduction to using Mendeley, please attend one of our Lunchtime demonstrations or book a place on one of our two hour hands-on sessions.