The National Federation of Advanced Information Services (NFAIS) is offering a unique educational opportunity next week for all those interested in honing their research skills.

In this 90-minute webinar, EBSCO’s Kate Lawrence, Ithaka S+R’s Christine Wolff and the University of Illinois’ Lisa Hinchliffe will share the latest trends and insights on information literacy within academia.

Christine Wolff will report on the Ithaka S+R US Faculty Survey 2015 while Kate Lawrence will discuss EBSCO’s latest user study revealing heightened diversity in strategies for conducting research.

This free webinar is scheduled for January 10, 2017. Those attending can learn how faculty members’ perceptions deviate from how library deans and directors view the role of the library, the implications for these gaps, and more.

Register today and learn more about information literacy in academia, and its impact on student researchers and as a bridge towards future professional research efforts.

Melody K. Smith

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