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April 13, 2017

Ever Wonder How Materials Get Into ERIC? Learn How!

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Ever wonder how materials get into ERIC? Learn how!

ERIClogoERIC adds thousands of new records every month. Have you ever wondered how these materials get into ERIC? Sign up for a free webinar that will take you behind the scenes to see the work that is performed on a day-to-day basis – from selecting what materials get into ERIC to the acquisition of content through the creation of new records.
Specifically, you will learn:

• How ERIC selects new sources of education research;

• The process of establishing agreements with publishers;

• How content is acquired from more than 1,900 sources; and

• The procedures ERIC follows to create records.

If you can’t make it, sign up to be notified when an archived version of the webinar is available.

WHAT: A Webinar, How Records Get into ERIC: A Look Behind the Scenes

WHEN: April 20, 2017
2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT

REGISTRATION & MORE INFO: https://eric.ed.gov/?note
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Keep up-to-date with ERIC activities and releases by following ERIC on Facebook and Twitter. ERIC is an online library with more than 1.6 million records of journal articles, reports, and books in the field of education. ERIC is sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Department of Education.

The Institute of Education Sciences, a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the nation’s leading source for rigorous, independent education research, evaluation and statistics.
By visiting Newsflash you may also sign up to receive information from IES and its four Centers NCES, NCER, NCEE, & NCSER to stay abreast of all activities within the Institute of Education Sciences (IES).

To obtain hard copy of many IES products as well as hard copy and electronic versions of hundreds of other U.S. Department of Education products please visit http://www.edpubs.org or call 1-877-433-7827 (877-4-EDPUBS).

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