We offer a variety of informational and subscriber webinars about our products and services. Live and recorded sessions are available to meet your scheduling needs. These sessions are complimentary and designed to provide insight into how our services can help you, your library and your users.
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Presenters: Thomas Dublin, State University of New York at Binghamton, Bartle Distinguished Professor, Kathryn Sklar, State University of New York at Binghamton, Distinguished Professor of History, Emerita, Daniel Lewis Senior Product Manager, ProQuest
Description: How have social movements taken shape? What was accomplished? How does the past inform today’s events? Primary source collections foster critical thinking skills to help students address these types of questions. In this live webinar, you’ll hear from collection curators on how their primary sources come together, how they are used in research and teaching, and their impact on research outcomes. A special focus on the cross-section of the women’s movement and the Black Freedom movement spotlights unique and award-winning resources, including videos, newspapers, books, articles and dissertations.
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 2:00 pm ET/11:00 am PT - Register here
Presenters: Peter McCracken, Cornell University Library, Electronic Resources Librarian, Jesse Koennecke, Cornell University Library, Director - Acquisitions & E-Resource Licensing Services, Eddie Neuwirth, Ex Libris, Director of Product Management – Discovery Services
Description: Discovery solutions have transformed libraries by unlocking collections, enhancing librarianship, and enriching the research process. With its growing importance in supporting academic excellence, library discovery continues to evolve rapidly and represents a vital gateway for researchers and students to access information sources. In this session we will look at what lies ahead for discovery services and investigate possible arrays of improvements. Join us to learn how focusing on data, user experience, and emerging academic workflows – facilitated by technology innovations – will continue to fuel discovery advancements that benefit libraries and patrons.