All articles by Priya Chetty

How to import and share your documents in Mendeley?

In order to cite a source in your paper using Mendeley, you have to first import the source to Mendeley. After the source gets stored in Mendeley, you can use it to cite it in your paper. Read more »

How to cite a source using Mendeley?

Managing and citing numerous sources in your paper can be a time consuming task especially when it comes to making the end List of references. It is possible that you forgot where you saved a file or the online links to useful sources, which means you have to spend hours or days trying to find all of them again. Read more »

Change referencing style of your paper with ease

Sometimes it happens that after you finish writing a whole paper, you realise that the referencing style you used was wrong and may need to change it. In such cases you will usually have to spend hours trying to change it. Read more »

How to install Mendeley?

Using Mendeley for academic writing will help you finish your writing process faster because of a number of functions (Know More here). We recommend you to use Chrome rather than Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox, as it is the most user-friendly browser. Read more »

How can using Mendeley speed up your writing?

Mendeley is an online tool to manage, cite and annotate your references in your paper.  It is also called a ‘reference manager’. It helps you store all your online resources for your research in a library which can be accessed with a computer from anywhere and any time. Read more »

List of references in an academic paper

The references list should include details for all your citations in your paper. List of references can be of different types, some may want it in chronological order of year, while others want it in alphabetical order of author’s last name. A reference list is always required when you cite other people’s work in your paper. Read more »

What is referencing?

References are an essential part in any academic paper. It is important that you cite the source of your borrowed idea and quote. By providing the source you are acknowledging in your paper that you have read the work and have recognized the referred author’s ideas. It helps the reader to get the bigger picture of your argument and also how the point relates to your topic. Read more »

Understanding critical analysis or review in a thesis

Critical analysis means you are identifying the problems or weaknesses of a previous research. That is the meaning of the word “critic”. For example, the job of a food critic is to criticise food served to him. He may like it or he may find faults and give suggestions to make the dish better. Similarly, a film critic will decide whether a movie was good or bad. Read more »

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