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Provider: Mendeley Ltd.
Contents: citation management software, Citations, full text, mobile access, personal profiles, tutorials, video
Access Level: Free, Open Access
Descriptions: Mendeley is an open-access reference management tool. Use drag-and-drop to add references to your list, or add via web import. Easily create bibliographies and insert citations into papers by adding a plug-in for your word processing program. Includes an integral pdf viewer that allows highlighting and annotation. Organize with list-sorting and by adding folders. Mendeley also provides for creation of one's own research profile and for setting up private and public groups for collaboration and sharing, with additional useful features for keeping everything clear and organized. A crowd-sourced catalog of citations provided in public groups can be viewed by subject area and individual citations may be downloaded to one's account. A subscription version of Mendeley provides expanded storage for groups and individuals, and technical support, space and flexible collaboration features for "Team" implementations. Note: The TMC Library does not provide particular support for this application.
Keywords: collaborative, data-sharing, multidisciplinary, networking, research tools, social networking
Contents: citation management software, Citations, mobile access, tutorials
Access Level: Licensed, On-Site Visitor, TMC Academic User, TMC Alumni User
Descriptions: RefWorks is a web-based bibliographic management tool that enables users to organize and create a personal database online, format bibliographies and manuscripts, and import references from a variety of databases using the already-created Import Filters. Users can establish links to RSS feeds and import data from those feeds directly. RefWorks automatically creates author, descriptor and periodical indexes when importing data. It can be used across multiple platforms, including Windows, Mac, and Unix. Individual sign-up is required. For RefWorks tutorials in video format, click here.
Training videos on Flow, the tool available from Summon, can also be found at the above link.
If you are prompted for a Group Code while using RefWorks, you can find it in your original sign-up email from RefWorks; if you didn't save it, please contact us for that information.
RefWorks is available in mobile format; see "RefMobile".
NOTE: You can retain access to your RefWorks account indefinitely after graduation or departure from your TMC academic institution!
Keywords: faculty, publishing, research, student