Webinars

 

Upcoming On Demand Completed

 

Upcoming Webinars

  1. Wiley Webinars: Increase your knowledge of open access
  2. ProQuest Training Schedule for 2021 (September to December).

Recorded Webinars

This introductory session was delivered to HEC users on Wednesday 14/10/2020.

Session Objectives:

  • Understand HEC Digital Library Portal and Collections
  • Know more and experience the unified search box – Summon
  • Understand ProQuest resources in general and how to access and use them

You can access the recording from here.

You can access the slides from here.

ProQuest Platform Advanced Training

 

This session was delivered to HEC users on Thursday 13/8/2020.

Session Objectives:

  • Introduce ProQuest Resources available to HEC users on ProQuest Platform
  • Share best practices and ProQuest Platform advanced features and functionalities

You can access the recording from here.

You can access the slides from here.

ProQuest Ebook Central Advanced Training

This session was delivered to HEC users on Wednesday 30/9/2020.

Session Objectives:

  • Introduce ProQuest Ebook Central Platform to HEC Users
  • Explain the importance and value of Academic Complete Collection
  • Share best practices and ProQuest Ebook Central Platform advanced features and functionalities
  • Explore some tools and options for faculty members

You can access the recording from here.

You can access the slides from here.

How to Manage Your References Using refWorks

This session was delivered to HEC users on Monday 17/8/2020.

Session Objectives:

  • Understand RefWorks Reference Management
  • Utilize RefWorks in your day to day research life
  • Experience RefWorks Tools and see how they can help and support you

You can access the recording from here.

You can access the slides from here.

ProQuest's Introduction to Publishing in Academic Journals

This session was delivered to HEC users on Wednesday 19/8/2020.

Session Objectives:

  • Apply some basic standard rules for getting your article published 
  • Use to advantage the Peer Review process
  • Evaluate the value of the open access publishing
  • Detect to avoid the predatory publishing
  • Use the ProQuest resources to help in your journey to Authoring

You can access the recording from here.

You can access the slides from here.

On Demand Webinars

On-Demand Webinar:

IEEE Xplore Best Practices and Research Strategies

Who Should AttendThis webinar would be of interest to any user of  Any engineering professionals, researchers, students, information professionals or other users of IEEE Xplore are encouraged to attend.

 What’s New @ IEEE for Libraries: Helping Libraries Drive Innovation Forward in Uncertain Times (IEEE)

 In this webinar, we’ll discuss tools and resources available from IEEE to help your organization continue to successfully transition in this environment and be prepared to drive innovation forward.

How to Enhance Your e-Curriculum for Distance Learners with e-Resources – Featuring perspectives from a librarian, professor, and publisher (IEEE)

In this webinar that covers the roles and perspectives of a librarian, professor and the publisher, we’ll discuss best practices, ideas, tools and resources needed for an institution to successfully transition a e-curriculum to better support distance learners.

Strategies for Effective Delivery of Online Engineering Courses: Best Practices, Tips and Toolkits (IEEE)

This webinar is about optimizing the learning experience for students now that faculty has had some experience with distance learning. Discussions will include strategies to keep students interested, how to build easy student engagement mechanisms, new opportunities that this type of teaching provides, tools and resources freely available to build faculty’s skillsets, innovative assessment measures to replace heavy reliance on traditional exams, and ways to prepare faculty to teach effectively in this new world.

 Helping Students Learn via Online Delivery: Considerations for Pandemic Pedagogy (IEEE)

This webinar will outline considerations for helping students switch to online learning modalities and construct productive ways to learn in these unusual circumstances. 

 Online Delivery of Engineering Programs: Tips You Can Use From an Experienced ABET-Accredited Program (IEEE)

In 2013, Arizona State University’s (ASU) Electrical Engineering program became the first bachelor’s level ABET-accredited engineering program to be available 100% online. In this virtual event, Stephen Phillips, Professor and Director of the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering at ASU, discusses online delivery strategies used in the program as well as highlights lessons learned and specific techniques that can be used by faculty looking to convert to online delivery.

 Using eLearning to Support Distance Learning (IEEE)

In this free webinar, our speakers share tips and techniques that can help you supplement your curriculum and keep students learning.

Managing intellectual property (IP) in universities – perspectives on academia and industry technology transfer (Clarivate Analytics) 

We recently hosted a webinar that looked at the importance of intellectual property (IP) for universities and academic institutions and how to get value from existing IPs by identifying, protecting, managing and commercializing them.