Using Mendeley for bibliography management

Using Mendeley for bibliography management

Event Details

  • Date: 2nd June 2022
  • Time: 15:00 – 15:30
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: All Students
  • Digital Capability: Information, Data and Media Literacy
  • Booking Link: https://edin.ac/3w2lu4q

Event Overview

This session will provide an overview of Mendeley as a research tool, to organise and manage reference material for research and for writing essays.

Students at both undergraduate and postgraduate level will benefit in particular from this session, as it will demonstrate how to organise their reading materials from their courses more effectively.

Dr Michael Palkowski will present this session, and it will be delivered via Microsoft Teams. All participants with a confirmed booking will be sent a joining link shortly before the event begins.

About the presenter - Michael Palkowski

Michael is a researcher and lecturer at the University of East London, where he teaches in the tourism department. He got his PhD in tourism from Edinburgh Napier University under the supervision of Professor Paul Lynch and Dr Elaine Thomson. His core research interests include sustainable development, critical hospitality approaches and experimental qualitative research. His session on using Mendeley will be of interest to students and researchers, to help manage their bibliographies and research materials in a smarter way.

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