In the series of their webinars on a variety of topics, the British Library are running two online sessions for researchers. Both sessions are free and require online registration.  Information about webinars and links for details and online registration can be found below. 

How to access digital resources: a free webinar for researchers

Friday 1st May, 10.30-11.30am

Researchers working from home may find now, more than ever, that they cannot access all they need to do their research. This webinar will introduce the concept of open access, and the various tools and resources that enable access to the resources researchers need.

Details and sign-up here.

Introduction to EThOS: the British Library database of UK theses

Thursday 21st May, 2.30-3.30pm

The British Library service known as EThOS is effectively a shop window on the amazing doctoral research undertaken in UK universities. With half a million thesis titles listed, you can uncover unique research on every topic imaginable and often download the full thesis file to use immediately for your own research. This webinar will offer a guided walk through the features and content of EThOS, and the research potential for making use of EThOS as a dataset.

Details and sign-up here.

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