What role can you play in enabling your institutions to thrive through digital literacy? In this 2-part webinar taking place on 7 Nov, discover how to:

a) Help your researchers populate ORCID profiles and enhance institutional repository
b) Equip yourself with digital literacy strategies from our early career academic librarians

Webinar Details:
Date: 7 November 2016
Time: SGT 2pm/JPT 3pm/AEDT 5pm
Duration: 60 Minutes

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Join our live session and hear first-hand from our experts:

Nobuko Miyairi

Nobuko Miyairi
Regional Director, Asia Pacific

Ellen O’ Hehir

Ellen O’Hehir
Subject Librarian, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Monash University

Anna Rubinowski

Anna Rubinowski
Ada Booth Librarian & Subject Librarian, Slavic, German and International Studies
Monash University
ORCID (Open Researcher & Contributor ID): What Librarians Need to Know
  • What ORCID is and how it is used by researchers, publishers, funders, universities etc.
  • How can librarians help researchers make the most of their ORCID?
  • How can you promote ORCID at your institution today?
The Role of Academic Librarians in Supporting Digital Literacy
  • Understanding the varied definitions of digital literacies
  • How does academic librarianship and digital literacy interrelate?
  • Unique perspectives from early career librarians
Future-proof yourself - don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear from these experts and save your seat now.