- Research and Learning
Arrange a trial for your organisation and discover why FSTA is the leading database for reliable information research on the sciences of food and health.
If you already have access to FSTA through your university or organisation, but aren't sure where or how to access it, we can help!
We offer drop in webinars and downloadable training materials to help users search as effectively as possible and get the best results out of FSTA®. We hope that these resources will also be useful for information professionals managing subject guides and providing training for library users.
Join us for the next webinar in our series: Understanding the search steps for a comprehensive, unbiased literature review. Find out more
Thursday 10 June, 4pm BST (11am EDT)
You will find FSTA training materials, a resource hub for librarians, and our guides to getting published and best practice in effective searching.
Librarians, please feel free to copy the content to your own library subject guide!
Get the most out of FSTA on EBSCO with our range of training materials, including videos and downloadable guides.
Prefer to join us online? New dates will be announced for our webinar series very soon. Find out more
Get the most out of FSTA on Ovid with our range of training materials, including videos and downloadable guides.
Prefer to join us online? Registration is now open for Keeping up to date with research. Thursday 20 May, 4pm BST (11am EDT). Find out more
We are developing new resources all of the time, so please do tell us if there are other resources or topics we haven't covered yet which you would find useful for your own research or for providing training to others. We welcome feedback!Make a Suggestion
As part of our mission to fundamentally understand and best serve the information needs of the food community, we have developed resources to help students and researchers to build their skills and feel confident researching information and publishing.
Through explanatory notes and practical, step-by-step guidance, our guide is designed to help you understand how to effectively plan and carry out your searches for literature reviews.
This is designed for students, researchers looking for a refresher and templates, librarians and information literacy trainers.Read the guide
This guide has been developed to help authors navigate the process of selecting appropriate journals, and understand the range of factors which might influence the decisions of where to submit, such as open access, what to expert from the peer review process, the impact Factor and other metrics, and predatory journals.Read the guide
Our Ask an Expert resource gives you the opportunity to ask us a question directly on a range of topics, such as how to search effectively, how to carry out literature reviews, and guidance on publishing your research.
Not only can you submit your own question to us, but you can also take a look at our bank of previously asked questions.Read the guide