If you missed the Libraries’ earlier training sessions on Gale Researcher and Artemis Primary Sources databases –- or if you’d like to learn more –- join the webinar offered by Gale Cengage Learning on Friday, November 18.
Gale Researcher helps students identify and link to relevant, authoritative sources. Introductory essays, peer-reviewed articles, and streamed video are organized by subject areas typical to the undergraduate curriculum.
Artemis Primary Sources gives researchers access to wide-ranging archival materials. Sources include databases on sexuality and gender, indigenous peoples of North America, declassified U.S. documents, the Associated Press archives, and many, many historical newspapers. The online interface (Digital Humanities Sandbox) facilitates data mining and textual analytics.
Follow this link to take an optional pre-training survey and submit your interests and questions to the trainer in advance of the webinar: https://goo.gl/forms/lR6UE8bK9hQmE8PU2
Join the webinar, 12:20-1:10 p.m., Friday, November 18. Log-in online or join our group session in 211 Hodges Library.
Questions? Contact Corey Halaychik, firstname.lastname@example.org or 974-9314.
Webinar: Gale Researcher and Artemis Primary Sources Follow-up Webinar
When: Friday, November 18, 12:20-1:10 p.m. EST
Access Link: http://tiny.cc/GaleWebinar
Audio Connection Phone Number: 1-877-325-5019
Conference Code Number: 836 819 5957