We use cookies on this site to help provide the best possible online experience. By using this site you agree to our use of cookies.

Click Here to view our cookie policy and customize your cookie preferences.

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

Online

UN iLibrary logo

When is it?

Starts at

Finishes at

Register here

Check out the UN iLibrary Chest Agreement here.

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: by registering you will be able to block out the time in your calendar.  We will send out the formal link to join the webinar closer to the time.

UN iLibrary flyer

Upcoming Events

License dashboard logo

| Online

Become an ITAM Data Superstar

Collating disparate data into one super-set with License Dashboard

Chest image

| York

Academic Applications Forum

The Academic Applications Forum offers an opportunity to discuss the provision of applications software in universities and colleges in an informal setting.

Esri UK logo

| London

Esri UK Annual Conference 2019

The UK's premier GIS event is fast approaching - the agenda is now live

Join our mailing list for the latest news, event information and resources