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Mendeley Web

A Mendeley account allows you to access many of Mendeley's features and services online, without the need to install any software. 

  1. The Newsfeed – get updates from around your personal network.
  2. Web library – access, update and manage your personal library of references.
  3. Complete your profile – build and maintain your personal Mendeley profile.
  4. Grow your research network – find and connect with other researchers.
  5. Mendeley Suggest – receive bespoke suggestions for papers to read.
  6. Stats – claim and review your personal publication statistics.
  7. Group collaboration – create, join and grow collaborative research groups.
  8. The Mendeley Web Catalog – search the Mendeley Web Catalog for papers and references to add to your personal library.

Mendeley Desktop

Mendeley Desktop is a reference manager that allows you manage, read, share, annotate and cite your research papers.


Download Mendeley Desktop for Windows Download Mendeley Desktop for Macintosh Download Mendeley Desktop for Linux


Access your library on the go with Mendeley mobile apps

Mendeley Web Importer

Import papers, web pages and other documents directly into your reference library from search engines and academic databases. Mendeley Web Importer is available for all major web browsers either as a browser plugin or as a bookmarklet.

Install Mendeley Importer bookmarklet: Drag the Save to Mendeley button to your bookmark/favorites toolbar. Now you can launch Mendeley Importer from any database results page.

Getting Started with Mendeley

Help Guides

Illustrated, step-wise instruction to help you get up and running with Mendeley.

Mendeley Instruction

Please contact Tom Keays at or 445-4322 if you are interested in an instruction session for your class or seminar. Tom is also available by appointment for individual consultation.

Citation Styles

Mendeley supports a large number of citation styles beyond APA, Chicago, MLA, and CSE, including styles specific to a variety of journals and organizations.

For more information about using citation styles correctly, check out the style guides available online and in print from from the Library.