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This webinar is designed for everyone who would like to learn how to access the library resources remotely at any time. We will introduce our new EBSCO Mobile App. You will learn how to download the app, how to sign in and work with it further as well as downloading eBooks into your app.
In this one-hour session we will introduce two essential sources for professionals and researchers across engineering disciplines. Engineering Source includes full-text engineering journals, magazines, trade publications and conference papers from disciplines such as aerospace, biomedical, electrical or software and more. Another high-quality source is eBooks EngineeringCore Subscription Collection that covers the fields of chemical and biochemical engineering, environmental engineering, mining/metallurgy, civil engineering and construction and many more. You will learn how to:
This webinar is designed for students and researchers in fields of science, technology, engineering and math. We will introduce this valuable database that includes hundreds of full-text journals cited in leading citation indexes. It covers a wide range of topics including artificial intelligence, applied sciences, plastics, computer theory and systems, chemistry, energy resources, robotics and many more. By the end of this session, you will learn how to:
Central & Eastern European Academic Source (CEEAS) has been recently updated and covers more than 1,450 newly added full-text publications. This multidisciplinary and multilingual database covers journals published in central and eastern European countries. In this session we will explore:
In this one-hour session we will introduce a powerful source for professionals and researchers in engineering disciplines. Inspec, created by the Institution of Engineering and Technology, is a leading bibliographic database that provides abstracts and indexing to the world's scientific and technical papers in physics, electrical engineering, electronics, computing, information technology and many more. It includes abstracted publications from more than 500 different publishers and also indexes more than 6 million conference items, plus preprints, books, dissertations, patents, reports and video.
You will learn how to use a powerful search tool, Inspec Classification; and you will learn about a dynamic new research intelligence tool, Inspec Analytics, based on the IET’s Inspec database. Using semantic enrichment, Inspec Analytics enables research professionals to explore beyond the literature in Inspec.
We will introduce Education Source, a full-text research database designed for education students, professionals and policymakers. This high-quality source includes full-text peer-reviewed journals and education-related conference papers. In addition, it also includes a collection of 475 videos from SimpleK12 to provide practical online teacher training that addresses the evolving landscape of education. In this webinar you will learn:
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