FSTA Training Webinars

Learn how to get the best results out of FSTA

We offer free training by webinar, to help users search as effectively as possible and make the most of their access to FSTA®. Register for your free seat on an upcoming training webinar for your preferred platform and topic.

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  • FSTA on EBSCOhost

    New dates and the next topic will also be announced for our webinar series very soon. Find out more

    Previous topics have included How to use FSTA on EBSCOhost, Introduction to searching FSTA on EBSCOhost, and Fine tune your EBSCOhost search with phrase and proximity searching.

  • FSTA on Ovid

    New dates and the next topic will be announced for our webinar series very soon. Find out more

    Previous topics have included How to use FSTA on Ovid, Advanced searching techniques for FSTA on Ovid, Fine tune your search with phrase and proximity searching, and Keeping up to date with research.

  • FSTA on Web of Science

    New dates and the next topic will be announced for our webinar series very soon. Find out more

    Previous topics have included How to use FSTA on Web of Science, Get to know the FSTA thesaurus, and Fine tune your Web of Science search with phrase and proximity searching.

 Best Practice and effective searching for literature reviews

 

New dates and the next topic will be announced for our webinar series very soon. Find out more

Previous topics have included How to use FSTA on Web of Science, Get to know the FSTA thesaurus, and Fine tune your Web of Science search with phrase and proximity searching.



Training webinars will typically be delivered by our Senior Information Literacy and Outreach Manager, Carol Hollier. Before joining IFIS, Carol worked as an academic librarian in the UK and USA as a Reference and Instruction Librarian, Academic Subject Librarian, Faculty Team Librarian for Biosciences, and Senior Librarian for Teaching and Learning Support. She holds a Master’s in Library and Information Science, a Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

If you would like to arrange tailored training for your organisation or university (whether for your team or as a student lecture), please email Rhianna Gamble, and we will be in touch to arrange a time.

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FSTA is a database you can trust for your valuable information research, providing search results which are comprehensive, reliable and relevant. 

Learn about the interdisciplinary subject coverage, how we make sure no predatory journals are indexed, and how we ensure everything you find in FSTA is relevant to food and beverages. 

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