24 Jun 2020
Author : InfoPro Community Manager
Lexis Advance® Librarian Webinar Series—Spring 2020
In this special spring series of three 30-minute webinars, the LexisNexis® Librarian Relations team will focus on best practices for searching news, targeting news search results, advanced search techniques and strategies for gathering litigation background materials on Lexis Advance®. Even if you are unable to attend each session live, we encourage you to register for all three, as all registrants will receive the recording link to view at their convenience.
News Searching on Lexis Advance—Laying the Foundation for a Powerful Experience
Tuesday, March 24, 2 – 2:30 p.m. ET
Learn techniques for conducting research in the comprehensive collection of Lexis Advance news content, including managing large answer sets. In this webinar Librarian Relations Consultants Bridget MacMillan and Joyce Magruder will walk through the steps for approaching news searching with a strategic mindset. The recommendations will help you have a successful experience searching and working with results to save you time and get you to relevant documents faster.
News Searching on Lexis Advance—Building Your Search Strategy with Advanced Search Techniques
Tuesday, April 7, 2 – 2:30 p.m. ET
You’ve built the foundation for news searching on the Lexis Advance service, now you want to flex your search muscles and enhance your expertise. Join Librarian Relations Consultants Nikki DiNatale and Bridget MacMillan as they share best practices for conducting sophisticated searching and working with results with greater precision on Lexis Advance.
Fact-Finding with Lexis Advance
Tuesday, April 28, 2 – 2:30 p.m. ET
Finding information necessary to “win” in litigation may require thinking outside the box. This seminar given by Library Relations Consultant Loyd Auerbach will focus on the best and unique techniques to mine the news and related sources in gathering factual background on cases, experts, judges, businesses, situations/events, products and individuals.