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Monday, 31st August 2009

Elsevier Launches "Best Practices" YouTube Channel, Scopus Also Has Channel

From the ScienceConnect Post:

The first in a series of online videos that show how librarians are actively improving and managing their libraries and content repositories has been posted on You Tube. Best Practices Television (BPTV) consists of three-minute interviews with librarians who are part of the ScienceDirect Development Partner Program. These objective, user-generated “webisodes” are intended for use by librarians, research administrators, directors and content managers in their daily working lives.

The first webisode features a subject librarian from Pepperdine University in California who gives some useful tips on how to align faculty with the library.

Access Elsevier YouTube Channel

See Also: Scopus TV (via YouTube)
Seven videos are currently available.

Source: Science | Connect


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