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Engineering Village is the definitive “go to” resource for engineering information for institutions throughout the world. More than 100 agencies representing dozens of governments use Engineering Village to get targeted, fast responses to research queries.
Librarians often provide their user community with an introduction to Engineering Village, helping to set the stage for users’ experience with the tool. Engineering Village provides librarians with the tools to learn and to teach, including:
- Through tutorials and product demonstrations, librarians help students learn the basics of how to access and cite information, to more sophisticated search functionality
- Customizable training presentations help librarians to tailor lessons for their particular institution
- Regularly scheduled trainings, for which researchers and librarians can register
Engineering Village is an engineering-specific search platform that helps government researchers find the reliable information they need – quickly - in order to progress critical projects. With Engineering Village, it’s easy to search for literature, conduct project research, learn what other researchers are doing in specific areas, and stay up to date on the latest information.
Through tutorials and product demonstrations, researchers learn how to use EV, and make it work for their needs. Additionally, EV’s Product Specialist gives regularly scheduled trainings, for which researchers and librarians can register.
Engineering Village helps government researchers by:
•Providing collaborative tools such as tagging and grouping that make it easy to stay connected with peers in academia and private institutions, and to identify potential partners for future research initiatives
•Email alerts delivered right to the desktop automatically track university and corporate research trends and projects
•Giving the ability to save searches, making it easy to keep their work in one place.
Engineering Village is easy to learn and use, so researchers spend less time learning how to search, and more time utilizing the latest innovations in their areas of interest.