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Information Resources for Social Sciences and Humanities
Session coordinator: Filip Vojtášek,  Albertina icome Praha s.r.o., Czech Republic
Where: 24. 5. 2006, 13:30 - 17:00, Auditorium D

Getting the Most out of SourceOECD

Author: François Barnaud,  OECD, France


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From fish piracy to space technology, teacher shortages to global warming, corporate accountability to migration trends and much, much more – the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) unites the expertise of the world’s leading economies to address the economic, social, environmental and governance challenges of the globalising world.

OECD work is the result of input from its 30 member countries, 100 partner countries, and 40,000 experts worldwide per year. It is therefore in a unique position to measure and analyse international data on a huge range of issues.

Source OECD is the online library that brings all of this valuable, authoritative knowledge direct to your desktop, ready for you to use. Graphs can be taken and inserted elsewhere, tables exported for further analysis, text printed or pasted into new documents.

This presentation will guide both librarians and end-users through the general navigation and main functions of the service, followed by a short case study to give a better idea of how to get the most of SourceOECD.

About the author

François Barnaud, Sales and Marketing manager, OECD, Paris

Other papers in this session:

Information Resources for Social Sciences and Humanities: Generalization, Specifics and Interesting Facts

Author: Petra Šedinová, Masaryk University in Brno - Faculty of Education, Czech Republic

European Social Fund as a Resource for Electronic Information Resources Funding

Author: Milan Kováø, Jabok, Czech Republic

The Future of Search and Information Retrieval. Build Your Own eLibrary

Author: Mechthild Geesen, K. G. Saur Verlag, A Part of The Thomson Corporation, Germany

Oxford's Virtual Online Library

Author: Anita Joice, Oxford University Press, United Kingdom

Co-author: Kamran Kardan / Oxford University Press

Manuscriptorium Digital Library

Author: Stanislav Psohlavec, AiP Beroun s.r.o., Czech Republic

FACTIVA.COM – Better Decisions. Faster.

Author: Johanna Bristow, ProQuest Information and Learning, United Kingdom

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