High quality academic information: a webinar on SpringerLink and Nature CompleteSubject: Multidisciplinary18/05/23
Join a webinar to find out about two of the Library's collections that can help you stay up-to-date with the latest research
The UOC Library is organizing a webinar in collaboration with the academic publisher Springer Nature to introduce you to how the SpringerLink and Nature Complete platforms work.
The webinar will take place in Catalan and Spanish, and will last for approximately one hour. You need to sign up in advance:
SpringerLink and Nature Complete are the perfect combination for finding high quality academic information and keeping up-to-date with the latest, most innovative research. You'll find content produced by international experts, which can be read online or downloaded.
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The Nature journals
You'll find the research articles that make the news every day. Get more in-depth information and check for yourself what the researchers really said. Some recent examples include:
A team of researchers has recovered the DNA of the owner of a prehistoric pendant made from a deer tooth around 19,000-25,000 years ago.
You are sure to have heard of the study that used brain scanners and artificial intelligence to decode thoughts.
Nature Human Behaviour
A study investigating which regions of the brain are most closely linked to reading skills, and whether there are common genetic traits.
The Lecture Notes in Computer Science collection
A series that was first published in 1973, and to this day it continues to publish the proceedings of conferences and workshops in the field of computer science. The subjects covered include artificial intelligence, programming and computer security. Some recent articles include:
The proceedings of the 8th International Conference on LCT (Learning and Collaboration Technologies) include projects such as using blockchain to create educational materials, and using WhatsApp and Telegram in classrooms.
The proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Computational and Business Intelligence (ISCBI) deal with topics on security and machine learning related to cryptography and detecting intrusion in computer networks.
The UOC's favourites
The SpringerLink contents that were downloaded most by the UOC community in 2022 were:
It publishes articles on the social, cultural and ethical effects of technology, including AI, and other subjects such as biotechnology and neuroscience.
Articles focusing on news and case reports related to adverse reactions to drugs.
Scientific articles on the latest findings and best practices in mindful meditation: applications, professional training, etc.
Original research on multimedia development, user interfaces and multimedia application case studies.
It publishes articles on topics of archaeology, covering various geographic areas. The most recent issue contains studies of ancient China, Mesopotamia and Crete.
It examines the various multivariate analysis techniques and how to apply them properly using the R programming language.
A guide to successfully implementing strategies and changes in an organization, based on examples and case studies.
Looks at the knowledge and skills needed to understand organizational needs, and practical uses of educational technology.
Definitions of the main concepts of ASD classified by research trends and results, behaviour/speech, communication, treatments and education.
Take advantage of this opportunity to learn about the most up-to-date research in different fields, and discover the latest breakthroughs in science, technology and medicine.