A Librarian’s Guide to MathSciNet. A Choice Webinar

Logo for ChoiceThe AMS and EBSCO Information Services  are sponsoring a webinar about MathSciNet for librarians.  It is part of the Choice Webinar Series from the Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association.
Date and Time:  Tuesday, March 23 at 2:00pm (EDT).

The registration information is here.  It is sponsored, so there is no registration fee – but you do need to register.  The presenters are George Hurvitt, from EBSCO, and myself.

The text of Choice’s announcement is copied below.  If you are a librarian, I hope you can attend the webinar.  George and I have tried to make the content specific to your needs.

A Librarian’s Guide to MathSciNet

Sponsored by EBSCO and the American Mathematical Society

Scheduled for Tuesday, March 23 at 2:00pm (EDT)

Posted in eBooks and Electronic Resources in Academic Libraries


MathSciNet is the most accurate and reliable guide to the literature of mathematics, with extensive coverage of both pure and applied research. Learn how to help your patrons make best use of its many useful features, and get a look at how the database is created and maintained. Mathematical Reviews Executive Editor Edward Dunne and EBSCO Product Manager George Hurvitt will cover both MathSciNet via EBSCOhost and also drill down into the native MathSciNet interface for a look at its unique functionality.


About Edward Dunne

I am the Executive Editor of Mathematical Reviews. Previously, I was an editor for the AMS Book Program for 17 years. Before working for the AMS, I had an academic career working at Rice University, Oxford University, and Oklahoma State University. In 1990-91, I worked for Springer-Verlag in Heidelberg. My Ph.D. is from Harvard. I received a world-class liberal arts education as an undergraduate at Santa Clara University.
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