APA Research Databases Training Webinars
Student and Faculty Introductory APA Research Databases Training Webinars
The American Psychological Association is pleased to invite you to attend a free webinar designed specifically to introduce you to the APA Research Databases on various vendor platforms. Led by PsycINFO Customer Relations trainers, these 50-minute sessions are intended for students, faculty, or library staff unfamiliar with APA databases or who are accessing APA databases on a platform that is new to them.
* become familiar with the APA research databases and the platform
* manage your results
* create alerts
* set up personal accounts
* craft searches that make use of controlled vocabulary and natural language
* use database fields and limits
This session is designed primarily for students but is also suitable for faculty or library staff unfamiliar with APA databases or who are accessing APA databases on a platform that is new to them.
Schedule and Registration:
Webinars are hosted on Adobe Connect and all times listed are Eastern Time.
Note: The University Library subscribes via CSA, but some of you may have access via your individual APA subscription.
APA Research Databases on CSA Illumina March 25, 2010=092:00 pm
APA Research Databases on CSA Illumina April 26, 2010=099:00 am
APA Research Databases on CSA Illumina May 19, 2010=09=092:00 pm
APA Research Databases on APA PsycNET March 16, 2010=0911:00 am
APA Research Databases on APA PsycNET April 13, 2010=096:00 pm
APA Research Databases on APA PsycNET May 6, 2010=09=094:00 pm
To register, visit our Webinars registration page for Students and Faculty
at http://www.apa.org/pubs/databases/training/webinars-students.aspx and
click on the link for the session you'd like to attend.
Please feel free to send any questions or comments to
email@example.com with "Student Training" in the subject line.
You can find information on and support for all of APAs research
or Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/apapsycnet).
Or visit us at our dedicated search
help/training center at