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WHO database of COVID-19 Global Literature on coronavirus disease (2)

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Please be noticed about the WHO database of COVID-19 Global Literature on coronavirus disease 
The aim of creating the database is to provide access to the health literature related to the COVID-19 pandemic in a single database to facilitate and accelerate access to the research literature for the COVID-19 response.

Database is a collaboration of the WHO Library in Geneva with partners in Global Health. The database contains over 400,000 citations and is updated daily.

Access to the database is open.
To see the sources of citations and search strategies, please consult the WHO page.

Open Access Week 2021

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Open Access Week 2021
October 25-31, 2021
Today marks the start of Open Access Week, which this year is organized under the theme, "It Matters How We Open Knowledge: Building Structural Equity."

The theme is linked to UNESCO's recommendations, which represent a landmark step towards establishing global goals, foundations and standards for open science. According to UNESCO's guidelines, open science should embrace the diversity of knowledge, practices, methods, languages, topics, and research outputs, responding to the needs of the entire scientific community as well as individuals and institutions outside the community.

This year's theme of the week (titled "It matters how we open knowledge: Building structural equality") is an opportunity for us to present a tool that brings us closer to building a system of scientific knowledge exchange: throughout the OA week, from 25-30 October, at the Medical University of Silesia in Katowice, we are promoting the local Polish Medical Platform https://ppm.sum.edu.pl/index.seam?lang=en&cid=23950

More information about the openness of the Platform:
https://ppm.sum.edu.pl/about/openness-in-science.seam?lang=pl

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Fall Elsevier 2021 webinars

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We kindly inform you that on September 28 - November 16, 2021, Elsevier is organizing a series of online training courses on ScienceDirect and Scopus databases.
The trainings are free and available to everyone, they only require prior registration.
Webinars will be conducted in Polish.

The full webinar schedule is available below:

How to use Scopus and SciVal to support Open Science?
September 28, at 11:30,

How does Scopus ensure that it includes high-quality content?
October 5, at 11:30,

Efficient literature search in ScienceDirect
October 12, at 11:30,

Accelerate your research with ScienceDirect's five key features
October 14, at 15:00,

ScienceDirect - all about journals
October 21, at 15:00,

UN Sustainable Development Goals - how to analyze bibliometric indicators?
November 16, at 11:30.

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