Join us for 'What's New with IEEE Xplore' - a free event hosted by IEEE Client Services
Reserve your seat today!
IEEE and Content Online Ltd will hosting an IEEE Xplore Digital Library training event at Drill Hall Library (University of Kent and Greenwich) on Thursday, 24th May 2012. The session will provide in-depth training on the IEEE Xplore platform, including search tips and techniques, new content and features planned, and saved search capabilities.
During the live demonstration, presented by IEEE Client Services Manager - Ruth Wolfish, participants will learn about:
- Advanced search features such as field searching, wildcards and proximity searching
- Searching by author affiliation/country
- Personalisation options like creating email and RSS alerts
- Understanding the Abstract Record
- Alternatives to Google and Google Scholar
- IEEE Xplore authentication options
- New IEEE and IET content coming soon
- New features and initiatives that are planned for 2012 and beyond
Who should attend:
- Subject librarians and information specialists for Engineering, Computing and Technology
- Academic staff in the areas of Engineering, Computing and Technology
- Engineering, Computing and Technology students (in particular Masters and PhD level)
- And any other people interested in getting the most out of IEEE Xplore
Why you should attend:
- Enhance your understanding of IEEE and IEEE Xplore
- Exchange ideas about productivity using IEEE Xplore
- Learn of proposed IEEE features and services
- Help influence the direction of IEEE features and services
- Network with your peers and exchange ideas
Thursday 24th May 2012
Time & Agenda:
10.00am - 11.00am
DC107 Training Room
Drill Hall Library
Andrew Larkin - Academic Support Librarian
To confirm your attendance, please reserve your ticket above. A confirmation of your place will be emailed to you.
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