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Maintaining the relevance of libraries in the digital age
Libraries have always added value to the research process, but in the digital age how does the provision of cutting-edge tools help with researchers' workflows? Read on.
Europe’s leading university, ETH Zurich, selects Mendeley Institutional Edition to empower their research programmes
Swets and Mendeley are proud to announce that the Swiss Federal Institute for Technology (ETH) in Zurich – under the aegis of the ETH library - has acquired a three year license for the Mendeley Institutional Edition (MIE).
Reforming bibliometrics with altmetrics and Mendeley data
This post looks at traditional bibliometric indicators for impact evaluation, as well as newer digital indicators such as altmetrics and how they show clear signs of being accurate and valuable as a set of measurements for a much wider impact.
Altmetrics for Libraries: 3 themes
We look at a summary of three potential uses that libraries might make of altmetric data in this post, and attempt to show that considered use of this data can help advance several functions of the library.
Centering the library in the research workflow
The final part in the series of interview posts looking at the Swets-Mendeley partnership looks at the initial reception of Mendeley Institutional Edition in the market, and what the future may hold
Mendeley Institutional Edition expands its user base in Asia-Pacific region
Mendeley Institutional Edition powered by Swets (MIE), the web-based research analytics dashboard and social collaboration platform, has expanded its reach into the Asia–Pacific market and is being rolled out at the University of Nottingham Malaysia campus.
Recalculating impact with new, big data
This is the second part of the interviews with David Main and Victor Henning surrounding Mendeley and the development of Mendeley Institutional Edition as new way to measure impact.
Partnering to harness data capabilities
This article features interviews with Dr Victor Henning from Mendeley and David Main from Swets, and investigates the origins of the partnership to form Mendeley Institutional Edition.
The world of Altmetrics, according to Mendeley
Altmetrics have the capability to provide institutions with new insights and overviews of research trends, popularity and impact. Looked at together, these could offer an indication at least of value and return.
Altmetrics for Librarians and Institutions: Part III : Altmetrics in the wider academic context
Part III: Altmetrics in the wider academic context. This post looks at the role of altmetrics in tenure and grant awards, departmental impact and institutional repositories, as well as thoughts on a single scoring system and altmetrics for eBooks.
Altmetrics for Librarians and Institutions: Part II : Librarians and the benefits of altmetrics
Part II: Librarians and the benefits of altmetrics. The second part of this series of posts on altmetrics looks at some specific ways in which they may assist librarians in their roles.
Filtering the research record and farming big data
Mendeley acts as an organic filter of the research record. The data generated from this large network now provides a set of metrics that have serious applications for librarians.
Is Mendeley a social network?
Mendeley (and Mendeley Institutional Edition powered by Swets), on the other hand, allows a similar social aspect for sharing research content and collaborating but at the same time address serious workflow issues in a simple and effective way
Real time analysis in Mendeley Institutional Edition
One of the key benefits of the Mendeley Institutional Edition is that it can give you an immediate insight into the reading behavior and patterns of your institution’s researchers. .
Empowering libraries and delivering new tools to researchers
Mendeley Institutional Edition (MIE) is for academic institutions and research groups, who want to provide improved services to researchers. The MIE is a research service provided by libraries that improves the productivity of researchers, and gives the library the real-time visibility they need to continuously improve their services.
Mendeley Institutional Edition: Involving libraries in the digital workflow of research
Mendeley Institutional Edition powered by Swets provides your library with an excellent opportunity to get involved in the digital workflow of research across your institution. In its short lifespan, Mendeley has rapidly transformed the way research is done across the academic landscape.
Swets at ALA Midwinter
Swets was present at the annual American Library Association Midwinter Meeting, Dallas, giving demonstrations and talks on some of our key products and services and introducing the Mendeley Institutional Edition powered by Swets to the library world.
Setting new standards in research collaboration: Introducing Mendeley Institutional Edition powered by Swets
Swets, the world’s leading information service company, and Mendeley, creators of the revolutionary online reference management and academic social networking tool, are pleased to announce the launch of Mendeley Institutional Edition powered by Swets