Are you ready to master the art of efficient and effective research in the fields of agriculture, food science, and related areas? Join our comprehensive workshop, "Searching OVID Databases" where we'll focus on two powerful resources: CAB Abstracts and Food Science and Technology Abstracts.

OVID is renowned for providing access to a wealth of scholarly information across various disciplines, but it can be a tricky interface to use effectively. This workshop will equip you with the skills and techniques to harness these databases to their fullest potential, enabling you to find all the literature these databases have to offer in support of your academic pursuits and research endeavors.

In this session, participants will:

- Discover the databases available through UM Libraries that are best for searching on agriculture and food science topics

- Navigate the OVID platform to use relevant databases, learning specific searching strategies

- Find relevant academic literature in agricultural and food sciences using subject-specific databases

Thursday, October 5, 2023
1:00pm - 2:00pm
WRN Computer Lab (229 Sciences and Technology Library)
Fort Garry
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  GradSteps Workshops from the Libraries     Science, Engineering, Environment & Agriculture  
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