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?
Diving into Metadata and Discovery Services
This is a summary of our webinar “Diving into Metadata and Discovery Services” where our guest speakers Bobbi Patham and Elif Eryilmaz-Sigwarth, both part of Springer Nature’s Data Development team, talk about latest developments.
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.
Best Practices in defining a Collection Development Strategy and Evaluating Business Models for eBooks
In this article our guest speakers Jessica Morales, Director of Collection Strategy and Acquisitions, and J. Parker Ladwig, Mathematics and Life Sciences Librarian, both from the University of Notre Dame, talk about their journey in defining a collection development strategy as well as, aligning business models with local priorities.
Best practices for eBook collections with the University of Central Florida
Sara Duff, Acquisitions & Collection Assessment Librarian at the University of Central Florida Libraries, explains the process of eBook collection acquisition.
Case study CEA: Best practices for your eBook collection
In this webinar recording Dr Annie Le Blanc shares her experience managing the Resources and Information Engineering group.
ResearchGate partnership and COUNTER 5 usage reporting
In the past decade, eBook collections have become more common place, publishing technologies have improved.
How the Pandemic has changed Authentication and Access
Laird Barrett is giving an update on the way in which researchers institutionally authenticating to our websites.
Defining a Collection Development Strategy and Evaluating Business Models for eBooks
With a trend in switching to remote access and digital learning resources, librarians are looking into new options to cater the demands for faculty and students researching and studying from home.