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Upcoming Events

Our enthusiastic community of researchers put on regular presentations, workshops, webinars and other events to help spread the word on Mendeley. Here is a list of all forthcoming events, to show you're interested in any event click the ‘Attend’ button on the listing and the organizer will be in touch. If you have organized such an event please submit it here. Times are displayed relative to the location of the event, check your local time zone.

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Namal College, Mianwali

Computer Lab 1, Mianwali, Pakistan

30.Jul.2015 09:00 to 12:00 (+5)

Assistant Professor

Its the prerequisite for the year 1 class (Electrical +Computer Science) to go through a training session on Referencing.

Speaker: Aisha Mahmood


ddd, ddd, Canada

30.Jul.2015 12:05 to 31.Jul.2015 12:05


Speaker: Jonathan Beyer

S.R.T.R. Government Medical College Ambajogai Maharashtra

Community Medicine Department, Ambajogai, Maharashtra, India

31.Jul.2015 09:15 to 17:30 (+5.5)

"Hands on Training Workshop on Mendeley and Literature Search"

This one day "Hands on Training Workshop on Mendeley and Literature Search" is designed for those who are on writing thesis or academic paper especially Postgraduate Medical Students, Medical Teachers and Researchers. Participants will be trained on Setup of Mendeley Software, Building and Managing Library using Mendeley, Editing Citations and References, Creating Bibliography and Collaborating with Colleagues.

Speaker: Prashant Dahire


Training Room, UMS, Tawau Sabah, Malaysia

01.Aug.2015 08:40 to 16:40 (+8)

Mendeley and Ms Word training

Mendeley Training for UMS.

Speaker: Noraini Talib

University of Zimbabwe

University of Zimbabwe Main Library Information Literacy Training Laboritory, Harare, Zimbabwe

04.Aug.2015 09:30 to 06.Aug.2015 16:00

Managing your References Made Easy: Get to know Mendeley

The training session that will run for 3 consecutive days (4,5 and 6 August 2015),is targeting all academic members of staff from the 10 Faculties of the University and all postgraduate students.The sessions will run from 9:30 am to 16:00 hrs.

Speaker: Tendai Mataranyika