Answered By: Ming Guang Han
Last Updated: May 06, 2019     Views: 16

NUS Libraries has a subscription to Mendeley Institutional Edition that allows all NUS staff and students to enjoy the privileges of Mendeley Institutional Edition.

To sign up for the Mendeley Institutional Edition (MIE), you can follow the instructions as stated below:

If you do not have a Mendeley Account:

  1. Head to this special Mendeley link for NUS Staff and Students
  2. Login with your NUSNET ID and Password if prompted and accept the Acceptable Use Policy
  3. Create your Mendeley Account
  4. Download the Mendeley Desktop Version
  5. Once you have done so, you should receive an email informing you that you are now part of the NUS Mendeley Institutional Edition Group.

If you already have a Mendeley Account but you wish to be part of NUS MIE or our MIE subscription is expiring/expired:

  1. Head to this special Mendeley link for NUS Staff and Students
  2. Login with your NUSNET ID and Password if prompted and accept the Acceptable Use Policy
  3. Login to the Mendeley website using the email and password you registered with Mendeley
  4. Once you have done so, you should receive an email informing you that you are now part of the NUS Mendeley Institutional Edition Group.

Please contact us if you are still having difficulties joining the MIE group. Please provide the email address you used to sign up for Mendeley.

To find out more about Mendeley Institutional Edition or to learn how to join Mendeley Institutional Edition, please visit the Mendeley Library Guide.

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