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MeL Minute: EBSCO training for school, academic, and public library staff

Looking for more information about the new EBSCO eResources? Starting August 30 and running until September 13 there will be opportunities to learn even more about MeL's new eResources. Join Joe Ceterski, Senior Training Specialist from EBSCO, for sessions specifically designed for schools, public libraries and academic libraries.

It's simple to participate!

  • Click on the link for your preferred date and time.
  • Register at the EBSCO Training page for your session.
  • Sign-up for as many or as few as you would like.
  • If your schedule is packed during this time, all webinars will be recorded and links will be sent out for future viewing.

Introducing MeL EBSCO Resources for Schools

In this 1-hour session, we will review the new EBSCO resources for students and schools provided by the Michigan eLibary. These include Explora, an easy-to-use interface designed for student research, thousands of new eBooks, resources for STEM, history, literature, arts, professional development and more. We will also review EBSCO support resources for Teachers, Media Specialists, and Students.

Introducing MeL EBSCO Resources for Public Libraries

In this 1-hour session, we will review the new EBSCO resources for public libraries provided by the Michigan eLibrary. These include popular magazines in full-text, thousands of new eBooks, resources for health information, DIY/makerspace, legal information, Spanish language materials, readers advisory, and much more.

Introducing MeL EBSCO Resources for Academic Libraries

In this 1-hour session, we will review the new EBSCO resources for Academic libraries provided by the Michigan eLibrary. These include Academic Search Complete, the eBook Academic and Business Collections, history and literature resources, and much more.

Later this year, in-depth training webinars for specific databases will be available, as well as some in-person training sessions. In the meantime, we hope you can participate in these initial webinars to get your feet wet and learn the basics about our new MeL EBSCO eResources.

Brought to you by Liz Breed of the MeL Team.

MeL databases are available to Michigan residents or Michigan library or school access only.

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