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Mendeley Reference Manager is a free, online reference management tool that allows you to manage, read, share, annotate and cite your research papers., an academic collaboration network and crowdsourced database with a unique layer of social information research. Download Mendeley Reference Manager.
Mendeley Reference Manager is supported on Mac, Windows and Linux, by all major browsers and text processors.
Create your account at https://mendeley.com/join. You will need to use your campus email account.
Mendeley Cite speeds up the process of referencing when writing, giving researchers the tools to quickly and easily insert references from their Mendeley library directly into their Word document. The Mendeley Cite add-in for Word allows you to insert individual or multiple references and automatically create a bibliography from the citations you've inserted. Click here to install the plug-in.
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Open Word document
Choose References tab
Add References to your Mendeley library by:
Mendeley will automatically extract the metadata from the file(s) and create a library entry
Add a new page (you can have as many pages as need in your Notebook), give it a title (usually topic of articles), add comments or highlights to an article and add it to the appropriate page. Easily find all comments and highlights of articles related to a particular topic (page) in the Notebook tab
. Add notes or highlights to your PDFs using the Annotations tab.
double-click on article to open in PDF viewer, got to section of article where you want to make a comment, click on comment icon to add your annotation
double-click on article to open in PDF viewer, got to section of article where you want to highlight, click on highlight icon to add your annotation
Styles are stored as .csl (Citation Style Language) files and can be found in the GitHub repository.
To download a style
GitHub repository of citation styles
Mendeley Data is a free and secure cloud-based communal repository where you can easily store, share, access and cite your data. You can search 20 million+ datasets from 1000+ repositories.
The Mendeley Data repository is a participating member of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Data Science Strategy (ODSS) GREI (Generalist Repository Ecosystem Initiative) project. The GREI includes seven established generalist repositories funded by the NIH to work together to establish consistent metadata, develop use cases for data sharing, train and educate researchers on FAIR data and the importance of data sharing, and more. More details here.
You will find instructions in the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO).for preparing a data management plan for projects seeking funding from:
The following links include information related to data sharing in the Humanities;
ALLEA (All European Academies) report “Sustainable and FAIR Data Sharing in the Humanities” (Feb 2020)
The BioMedical Informatics Coordinating Committee (BMIC) maintains lists of
data sharing resources. . These are listed by specific disciplines and subject matters.
These sites will help you find the standardized full name of the journal title or abbreviation or acronym of the journal title:
This list contains all the standardized abbreviations used for words in scientific citations based on ISO 4
Should You Use that Journal? by Krystal Bullers at USF Libraries
Non Predatory/Legitimate/Credible Journals
This seal is awarded to journals that meet all seven of the following DOAJ criteria: (1) digital preservation, (2) persistent article identifiers (e.g. DOI), (3) metadata supply (uploading to DOAJ), (4) license type (allow CC BY, CC BY-SA, CC BY-NC, CC BY-NC-SA), (5) license info in articles (all fulltext articles should display CC licensing), (6) copyright/publishing rights (allow authors to retain unrestricted copyright and publishing rights), and (7) self-archiving policy (allow authors to publish all versions in institutional repository with no embargoes)
Beall’s list is a list of potential predatory publishers created by the librarian Jeffrey Beall.
This is a list of counterfeit websites that pretend to be the website of a legitimate scholarly journal. You will find the legitimate journal website listed on the right column.
The following lists are freely available on Cabells website:
This list has journals that were removed from Cabells Non-Predatory/Legitimate/Credible Journals. They are not necessarily added to Cabells Predatory Journals list.
This list has journals that are being evaluated using Cabells Predatory Reports Criteria v 1.1
Action Plan for Diamond Open Access (March 2022)
Author(s): Zoé Ancion (French National Research Agency), Lidia Borrell-Damián (Science Europe), Pierre Mounier (OPERAS), Johan Rooryck (cOAlition S), Bregt Saenen (Science Europe)
Click here If you are encountering issues with the Mendeley Word plugin. If the instructions there do not solve your issue then do the following: