January 22 at 10.00 Moscow time
Searching for scientific information in multidisciplinary databases using Academic Search Premier as an example
During this hands-on session, you will learn about basic and advanced search, what limiters and expanders you can use when working with search results, how and why to use subject headings, how to check if a journal is available on the platform, and how to set up notifications when new issues are available.
How to promote e-resources in your organization
January 23 at 10:00 Moscow time
During this webinar you will learn about why you need to promote your electronic resources, the benefits to the library, how to increase resource visibility and resource awareness, and the importance of resource access points.
EBSCOhost tools useful for writing research papers
January 23, 14.00 Moscow time.
You will learn how to effectively use the EBSCOhost platform functionality: saving articles to Google Drive, citation, saving search history, My EBSCOhost personal account, sharing selected information with colleagues, creating alerts, exporting bibliographic data to Zotero, Mendeley, EndNote.
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EBSCO electronic resources as tools for preparing world-class articles
January 24 at 10.00 Moscow time.
During this webinar you will learn how to use the EBSCOhost platform to select a journal for publication, in practice we will see where and how to get the information you need when preparing an article, and on the example of articles on the EBSCOhost platform we will consider the basic requirements for the design of your publication.
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EBSCO eBooks - what you need to know about downloading books
January 25 at 10:00 Moscow time.
A hands-on session to learn how to use EBSCO eBooks, how to download full eBooks and chapters, how to use eBooks on smartphones, tablets and readers, how to download and authorize Adobe Digital Editions.
EBSCO Connect - a platform of tools to promote EBSCO resources
January 25, 12.00 Moscow time.
A hands-on session in which you will learn how to use EBSCO Connect to work with resources. We will look at how to create an EBSCO search box to place on the library's website, how to create URL links to resources, and what additional applications exist to make EBSCO resources available in your organization more visible.
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Searching for scientific information on medicine using the Medline database as an example
January 26 at 10.00 Moscow time.
You will learn about basic and advanced searching in the Medline medical database, what limiters and expanders you can use when working with search results, how and why to use subject headings, in particular the MeSH heading in the Medline database, how to check if a journal is available on the platform and set up notifications when new issues are available.
Pocket Library: EBSCO Mobile App
January 26 at 12:00 Moscow time.
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During this webinar on the EBSCO mobile app, you will learn how to download the EBSCO mobile app, how to log in, and how to work there.
Additional sessions in January
To learn about the topics of all webinars scheduled for January and register for the ones you are interested in, please visit the EBSCO training portal.
Webinars are led by Irina Serzhan, EBSCO Customer Training Specialist, email@example.com.
All registered participants will receive certificates.