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How to use FSTA on Web of Science

We show you how to search effectively, when using FSTA on the Web of Science platform. You will learn:

  • How to do a basic search
    Quickly find high-quality information in your area of interest within the sciences of food and health.
  • How to use the thesaurus to search
    Make sure you find all of the relevant studies, using our extensive food and beverage-focused thesaurus to discover and combine relevant keywords for your search.
  • How to do an advanced search
    Drill down into only the most relevant results, and pinpoint exactly the information you need.

A recording of this webinar is available here

 

Web of Science: Get to know the FSTA thesaurus

The FSTA thesaurus powers all your searches in the database, whether you consciously use it or not. This short webinar, though, shows you how you can harness its power for precise and comprehensive searching.

A recording of this webinar is available here

 

Fine tune your FSTA search with phrase and proximity searching

Controlling the relationship between search terms can be a powerful device for finding relevant results without being overwhelmed by the noise of irrelevant results.

The short webinar will introduce what proximity searching is available on the Web of Science platform, how to use them, and techniques you can use to check which strategy is better for a given set of search terms.

A recording of this webinar is available here

 

About the presenter

Carol Hollier, Senior Information Literacy and Outreach Manager, IFIS Publishing

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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 from Kent State University, a Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education from the University of Lincoln, and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.