Seven Key Questions to Evaluate Your Food Science and Nutrition Information

Research is one of many, many demands on your time, whether you’re a librarian, a researcher or a student, and it is essential for research to be as efficient as possible. A common way to handle this is to be selective when researching; for example, prioritising the key journals in your field; however, this can result in missing critical information. For tips on researching food information effectively, please join us for 'Seven Key Questions to Evaluate Your Food Science and Nutrition Information,' presented by IFIS Publishing and EBSCO.

This webcast is FREE for all participants but registration is required.

Attendees Will Learn

  • Key questions food science researchers should ask before starting their research
  • Methods of assessing the reliability of information
  • Quality sources of food science research, including FSTA and quality online information sources
  • Tips for the best ways to use the information you have found

Established in 1968, IFIS is a leading international provider of food and health information. IFIS produces FSTA, also known as Food Science and Technology Abstracts, a specialist database enabling precise, efficient research in the sciences of food and health. FSTA is used by researchers, industry practitioners, and students around the world. As a not-for-profit charitable organisation, IFIS is committed to improving knowledge.

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