The effects of COVID-19 on Libraries: changes to the library and looking ahead
How have libraries and staff been impacted? Listen our two librarian guest speakers discussing the impact of the pandemic on libraries.
Using past research to solve today’s global pandemic: The power of Nature archives
As the world continues to be impacted by the COVID-19 virus, the scientific and medical research communities continue to rely on past discoveries to inform effective treatments. How is archival research advancing COVID-19 research?
Bringing AI to Business Intelligence
Valerie Sweeley, Manager and Information Specialist at Applied Materials, Inc., spoke at the 2020 Special Libraries Association conference about an initiative she led to bring AlphaSense, an artificial intelligence discovery tool, into the library.
The Shift to Electronic Curriculum Materials due to the Pandemic. A Mathematics Case Study
With digital curriculum materials a hot topic on campuses worldwide, we talked to an author, an editor, and a librarian to hear about how Springer Nature collections support the virtual teaching environment.
More than the sum of the parts
In this blog post, the chief editors of the two journals explain how the two titles complement each other. What sets the journals apart?
Sick of COVID-19? Latest research, drug development and treatments
Find out more about latest treatment developments and vaccine research on COVID-19 in AdisInsight in partnership with Dimensions
Libraries today: Services, Safety and Novelty
The reality of the worldwide virus threat has challenged academic libraries to respond with service delivery that encompasses attention to safety protocols and novel delivery methods. We have talked to universities worldwide, to find out how libraries in different regions are supporting students and researchers remotely.