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Third Iron LLC invites you to a free sponsored webinar: LibKey Nomad: Connecting Open Web Researchers to Library Full Text

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You’re invited to a free webinar sponsored by Third Iron, LLC

LibKey Nomad: Connecting Open Web Researchers to Library Full Text

Tuesday, December 6, 9:00 a.m. central, and
Thursday, December 8, 1:00 p.m. central
Presented by Kendall Bartsch, Third Iron cofounder and CEO

Clinicians, nurses, and other hospital staff often try to find articles by searching websites like Google, PubMed, and Wikipedia. While convenient, starting on the open web means researchers end up uncertain what full text is available and unable to access it. LibKey Nomad from Third Iron bridges this gap, seamlessly connecting open web researchers to the full text resources available from their libraries.

Join Kendall Bartsch, Third Iron Co-founder and CEO, for a webinar to learn more about LibKey Nomad. Kendall will review the LibKey technology, show how medical libraries are using LibKey Nomad, and share results libraries are seeing.

 

Register for Dec. 6 or Dec. 8


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