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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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Booklet Educational Center

Eldokkia, Giza, Giza, Egypt

30.Aug.2015 10:30 to 12:00 (+3)

Introduction to Mendeley

In this session, Ahmed will take about 1) advantages of Mendeley software; 2) How to organize your library; 3) How to add a full text of a research paper; 4) How to add an abstract using PMID or DOI without full text being available; 5) How to check duplication in your library; 6) Installing MS web importer; 7) How to cite a document on your library; 8) How to change reference style.

Speaker: Ahmed Negida

Suez Canal University Faculty of Medicine

Community Medicine Department, Ismailia, Egypt

01.Sep.2015 10:00 to 30.Sep.2015 14:00 (+3)

1:1 sessions introduction to Mendeley

Contact or +201220617327 if you want to take part

Speaker: Mohamed Abdelhamid



06.Sep.2015 08:30 to 16:00 (+8)


In this event, the participants will be introduced to Mendeley software as an important tool to organize the references and help them to write assignments and thesis

Speaker: Mohd Nasri Abdullah

National Nutrition & Food Technology Research Institute & School of Nutrition Sciences & Food Technology of Shaheed Beheshti Medical University

West Arghavan St. Farahzadi Blvd., Sharake Qods, Tehran, Iran

06.Sep.2015 08:30 to 14:30 (+4.5)

Introduction to Mendeley Software

Speaker: Dr. Ariyo Movahedi

Chancellor College, University of Malawi

Department of Biology, Zomba, Malawi

07.Sep.2015 09:00 to 12.Sep.2015 15:00 (+2)

TReND Scientific Writing and Communication

The first of TReND's Scientific Writing and Communication courses, held in Malawi, is intended to strengthen the capacity of the scientist to communicate their research more effectively, resulting in better science and a better informed public. The week-long course will address science communication at all levels, from effectively searching PubMed and other databases, to managing a library of papers using Mendeley, to writing manuscripts, targeting them to journals and responding to reviewers. It will also tackle how to be successful in oral communication in both academic and public settings, and interacting with social media and the press. Please visit the course website to register for attendance and view our travel bursaries.

Speaker: Andrew Beale