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The Basic of Mendeley & ATLAS.ti
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The Basic of Mendeley & ATLAS.ti Workshop
Faculty of Languages and Communication
26 September 2013
Misrah Hamisah/Alia Nabila Alias/Zurina Khairuddin
Creating Your Mendeley Library
Search references within the Mendeley website
Add a PDF
Add a folder of PDFs
Drag and drop PDFs in Mendeley Desktop
Why/what - reference management software
Accessing Web and downloading Earth version (free)
Creating your Mendeley library
Managing documents and references
Reference Management does
Reference Management Softwares
Tools that help scholars to create and manage their lists of references for research projects.
Most tools are designed to organize citations into specific formats for the preparation of manuscripts and bibliographies.
Many search tools provide ways to download references into reference management tools.
Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network that can help you organize your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research.
Desktop – a free academic software to manage, share, read, annotate and cite your research papers
Web - a research network to manage your papers online, discover research trends and statistics, and to connect to like-minded researchers
MS Word plug-in
How to cite references
How to insert bibliography
How to create a group
Adding members and documents
Three types of groups:
Private Groups – These are invite-only groups whose content will only be visible to members of the group.
Public Invite-only Groups – These are groups which are visible to anyone, but only members can contribute to them.
Public Open Groups – These are groups anyone may join and contribute to.