Want to learn more about Lean Library? Come join us at one of these sessions.
If you can’t make them, but they sound interesting, register and we will send you the recording!
Intro to Lean Library
Interested in learning how Lean Library can improve accessibility at your institution? Designed to give a quick introduction to the tool, our online trainings are open to all library staff. Join our live training webinars for more information on:
• How and why Lean Library was developed
• Key features and benefits
Tuesday, 21 July @ 3:00 PM EDT | Register
This event will emphasize Lean Library’s focus on and commitment to patron privacy (SPOILER: We don’t store user data!).
About the host:
Manager of Library Relations Rhonda Contreras provides custom training on SAGE resources from a librarian’s perspective. Rhonda will demonstrate how Lean Library supports researchers as and when they need it, all while protecting their privacy and promoting your library’s brand.
Thursday, 17 September @ 10:00 AM BST | Register
This event will have a special segment on how to configure Google Scholar and PubMed with your library’s link resolver.
Remote Adjustment: How the University of Manchester is handling the increase of remote users
Tuesday, 23 June @ 3:00PM BST | Register
As universities prepare for the fall semester, and educational institutions are still figuring out if reopening is a good idea, librarians are tasked with figuring out ways to support an influx of remote users with their learning and research. In this webinar, Tim O’Neill dives into what the University of Manchester library is doing to help these users, including utilizing Lean Library to help streamline access to research materials.
Discover quick access to millions of full text open access articles
Thursday, 25 June @ 1:00 PM KST | Register
During this 30 minute webinar, we are going to share with you a quick way to access to full text open access articles without going in and out of platforms.
We aim to serve researchers and librarians with the tools that help you research better. The webinar is open to anyone to attend – library staff, faculty members, researchers, and students
This session will be conducted in Korean.