SU Libraries offer help with EndNote, Zotero, and RefWorks. Although there is not a specific trainer for Mendeley, we provide links to various tutorials.
Sometimes students wonder which citation management tool to use. This is a personal preference and you may also want to check with your department. Here are some links that offer comparison between different tools:
Choosing the Right Citation Management Tool: Endnote, Mendeley, Refworks, or Zotero - an article by Ivey, C., & Crum, J. (2018).
Zotero vs Mendeley vs EndNote - a guide from Princeton University
Citation Tools Comparison Chart - a guide from Penn State University
NEW! ProQuest RefWorks
RefWorks is a "next-generation" citation management tool that can help researchers cite sources in all of styles most commonly used at SU like APA, MLA, Chicago, Turabian, ACS, AMA, and thousands of others. With this tool, researchers can gather, organize, read, annotate, and cite their research sources. Plus, RefWorks creates an online collaboration space that enables groups of researchers to work together from any location.
For help with the account creation process and getting the most out of this tool, visit SU Libraries' RefWorks guide.
Campus Trainer, James Parrigin
Zotero - A free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share research
Zotero Quick Start Guide: https://www.zotero.org/support/quick_start_guide
Video Tutorials (for Zotero 5.0): https://www.zotero.org/support/screencast_tutorials
Campus Trainer, Stephen Ford: http://libraryguides.salisbury.edu/profile/saford
Campus Trainer, Mou Chakraborty: http://libraryguides.salisbury.edu/profile/mxchakraborty
Mendeley - A free reference manager and academic social network that can help you organize your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research:
Learning & Support: https://www.elsevier.com/solutions/mendeley/support