The challenges engineers tackle are becoming increasingly complex and are driving a need for comprehensive and efficient research. Join us for “Empowering Engineering Through Research Best Practices” webinar on May 19. Learn the steps that successful and published researchers use to achieve their engineering research goals in ways that are effective and save time. Webinar attendees will learn:
- Steps to structuring your research project
- Topic development and selecting resources
- Evaluating and Analyzing information
- Storing and Sharing research
About the speakers:
Matthew McGarva is a Product Manager for Elsevier’s Engineering Village. He is responsible for the new development and maintenance of indexing, search and retrieval, to ensure both precision and recall of content for Engineering Village and its flagship database Compendex. Matt has B.Eng. (Hons) in Electronic Engineering, and over 18 years of experience working within information science in the engineering and physics domains.
Sally B. Fell is a Senior Product Manager for Elsevier’s Engineering Village. Sally manages implementation of product features for Engineering Village and develops new ideas based on customer input. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan (MLIS) , Baldwin Wallace University (MBA) and has a post-graduate certification in Management Information and Decision Systems (MIDS) from the Weatherhead School of Business at Case Western Reserve University. Sally has over 20 years’ experience working with academic, corporate and public library markets primarily developing and managing online database products. She has spent most of her career managing scientific and technical information.