A large pain point for researchers is having time to stay up to date in their field, conduct their own research and administer their work. Librarians can have a tremendous impact on their success by providing access to and promoting helpful tools, and teaching best practices in knowledge search, creation and management.
In this webinar, ScienceDirect’s product manager Emma Bruun will share how Elsevier is striving to help researchers improve the research workflow and how users’ insights are driving these changes. e-Books customer consultant Sebastiano Rossitto will highlight the trends in co-usage between books and journals in recent years, including the subject areas of focus. Also, hear from Anette Wergeland Schneider, librarian at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) who will share how her role has played an important part in experimenting and championing solutions to benefit the university’s researchers.
Who should attend
The primary audience for this briefing is:
- Academic librarians
- University lecturers
What we cover
In this session, the fundamentals of the following will be covered:
- Research platforms – leveraging multiple resources to access scientific literature efficiently
- Researcher workflows – simplifying access to content to drive efficiencies
- Topics pages in ScienceDirect and the interconnectivity between books and journals
- Showing co-usage data between journals and books over the last years
- Showcasing what is possible at an institutional level through a customer case study
Following the online webinar, you will better understand:
- How to improve the speed and ease with which content can be found and accessed
- Discover new tools and features to help make you research workflow more efficient
- How librarians can use ScienceDirect for scientific practices
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