The HERMES team created a series of webinars addressed to two different target groups:
- LIBRARIANS to strengthen their professional skills in using the renewed digital resource sharing service in order to provide with users fast and free access to knowledge
- UNIVERSITY STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND RESEARCHERS to upgrade their competencies in searching and retrieving quality academic documents.
For both groups the training includes in-depth sessions on Open Access which, through making a large number of documents and information freely available, is more important now than ever as a means of overcoming the limits imposed by the COVID situation.
The webinars are already available on HERMES YouTube channel: please have a look and try them out!
To learn more about topics such as open science, digital resource sharing, copyright and licenses, and many others, you can consult the Training Kit here: https://dalia-bo.cnr.it/dataset/hermes-o3
… AND SOMETIMES IN PRESENCE TOO
The training for Librarians has been tried out for the first time in presence at the Qatar National Library in Doha. Here some details. A second edition was held at the MEF University in Istanbul. Have a look
A third training, focused on the use of the TALARIA software, took place in The Hague on April 19th 2023 as part of the international conference organized by the Hermes Team @IFLA headquarters. More info about the conference
How did you like the training in Doha? Watch the very short interviews
For Researchers we organized the workshop in presence “FAIR management of research data” at the Dario Nobili Library of CNR in Bologna (Italy). Among the participants also Donata Columbro, professor at IULM University and opinion columnist at La Stampa. See what she wrote about the workshop in the article “Scienza lenta, dati aperti e ricerca responsabile alla biblioteca del CNR di Bologna” (in Italian).