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UN iLibrary Webinar - Transforming the way United Nations books and statistics are accessed

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The United Nations system produces a vast quantity of valuable research and data since 1945. It is often published in the form of books that contain research covering the United Nations’ priorities, such as international peace and security, human rights, sustainable development, climate change, and international law.  The United Nations iLibrary gathers much of this valuable content on one easy-to-use platform for researchers, students, and the general public. 

In this webinar, UN Staff will show how you can use UN iLibrary to search for content produced by the UN Secretariat and its agencies, funds, programmes, institutes, and entities, all in one place.

 Agenda:

  • Presentation overview:
  • Introduction: who we are / what we do
  • UN iLibrary introduction
  • Main features / catalogue overview 
  • 1-2 examples on how to find content 
  • Future developments 
  • Q&A

Please note: This is a re-run of the previous event scheduled for April that did not take place due to technical issues.  This time the event is being run by Chest / Jisc using Zoom.

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