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LibKey Nomad is a browser extension, which effectively makes your journal holdings – and open access articles included in the Unpaywall data set – available to users through the open web.  This training session looks at how LibKey Nomad can be implemented across NHS organisations for maximum benefit.

The following topics are covered:

• Introduction to LibKey Nomad

• Best practice and experiences of NHS Knowledge and Library staff in implementing LibKey Nomad

• Perspectives of NHS IT staff

This session is aimed at NHS Knowledge and Library Staff and NHS IT staff.


Please note due to restrictions within this booking system you will not receive a booking confirmation.

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