Attend a mini-session and in less than 30 minutes be introduced to the next generation of WilsonWeb. All events are Eastern Standard Time.
- Admin Module
- Current Issues
- Biographies/Art Image Resources
- What is a "Retrospective" Database?
Register at www.hwwilson.com/training.
- Tues, Feb. 9, 11 am
- Thurs, Feb. 25, 3 pm
Many parts of the WilsonWeb interface are customizable. Attend this session if you would like to go "behind the scenes" of your library's WilsonWeb account. Learn how to create user classes; set result defaults; customize the WilsonWeb interface with graphics and unique links; connect your WilsonWeb databases to the library's OPAC; plus much more.Current Issues
- Thurs, Feb. 4, 3 pm
- Tues, Feb. 16, 11 am
In February the H.W. Wilson Company will release a brand new database in the Current Issues series: Careers. Careers will honor our dedication to providing high-quality reference content by including editor selected full-text content, recommended websites with annotations, editor-composed introductions, and additional career-related resources. The Current Issues series was inspired by The Reference Shelf in print, which has been published for 82 years.Biographies/Art Image Resources
- Wed, Feb. 10, 3 pm
- Wed, Feb. 17, 11 am
This session will cover three of our most popular, content-rich resources: Biography Reference Bank, Art Museum Image Gallery, and Cinema Image Gallery. Perfect for art, cultural, historical, and communications studies, these three highly-acclaimed resources will dramatically enhance your library's access to the highest quality biographical, periodical, and image content.What is a "Retrospective" Database?
- Thurs, Feb. 11, 11 am
- Tues, Feb. 23, 3 pm
With millions of citations and references from thousands of periodicals as far back as 1890, Wilson's Retrospective databases are profoundly comprehensive and rich resources. This session will demonstrate some of the special characteristics of searching across such information depth, as well as the benefits of combining information that reaches back a century with the most current data from contemporary periodicals.