Webcasts

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Webcast date (GMT):
Wednesday, April 27, 2022 - 15:00

Many universities are finding they can no longer afford to provide the publications their patrons require

Webcast date (GMT):
Thursday, December 9, 2021 - 15:00

Broadcast to focus on unlocking access to paywalled content, just-in-time content acquisition and user-centred strategies

Webcast date (GMT):
Thursday, December 16, 2021 - 15:00

Join three experts who will discuss the implications of linked data and entity descriptions across a range of important issues

Webcast date (GMT):
Monday, December 6, 2021 - 15:00

Watch for this free one-hour panel discussion on-demand as we explore the introduction of hybrid events and what it means for the future of the events industry.

Webcast date (GMT):
Monday, November 29, 2021 - 15:00

Watch this on-demand webinar to find out why a push towards greater diversity, equity and inclusion is essential for all parts of the scholarly communications industry.

Webcast date (GMT):
Thursday, December 2, 2021 - 15:00

Watch this free on-demand, one-hour panel discussion to out why (and how) libraries, research bodies and publishers alike should embrace the UN’s sustainable development goals – many of them brought into sharp focus at the recent COP26 summit – to benefit the global community

Free webcast on Wednesday 3 November, 1pm GMT

Find out how Inspec on EBSCO’s platforms helps librarians, faculty and researchers

Join us for “Psychology Research and Behavioural Health Trends” for a review of how databases from the American Psychological Association on EBSCO platforms enable students, scholars and clinicians in psychology and related fields to research timely behavioural health topics.

Hear from two professors who are are using the MLA International Bibliography in their teaching of literature

Liz Bal, Ian Harrow, Marta Teperek

Why open or FAIR data is crucial to support scientific research in academia and industry

It seems like a generation ago since the physical library disappeared, to be replaced by corporate information hubs, where search was transferred from expert searchers to the scientist and end-user at their desk

Webcast date (GMT):
Friday, October 1, 2021 - 11:00

As the world continues to be impacted by the COVID-19 virus, the scientific and medical research communities continue to search for effective treatments and work on vaccine options

From left: Elaine Westbrooks, David Prosser and Nkem Osuigwe

The Covid-19 pandemic – and the associated need for social distancing – has meant that university libraries around the world are now operating on a largely digital, and therefore remote, basis.

Being able to demonstrate measurable impact and value is becoming critically important for academic libraries

IFIS Publishing commissioned research into research behaviour and the challenges around carrying out literature reviews

In October of 2018, Springer Nature conducted a global survey on library challenges, publisher engagement, and its level of service to the library community

For more than a hundred years the Modern Language Association, creator of the MLA International Bibliography, has worked to strengthen the study and teaching of language and literature

For tips on researching food information effectively, please join us for this webcast

Successful life sciences and biomedical research is critical to important scientific breakthroughs and innovation

This webcast addresses options available through GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO, and listeners will hear from one library that has worked with GOBI to build its collection

Dr Christopher Marker, will discuss Inspec, the indexing database of scientific and technical literature, published by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), and the depth of its extensive coverage within physics, computing and engineering