Cochrane Library: Navigation Tips


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This webinar is targeted to those who are not familiar with the Cochrane Library (beginners) and to those who consider themselves regular users or superusers and may not be up to date with the last developments. This is appropriate for researchers, librarians, faculty, and health-care professionals.


Join us in the second episode of the Cochrane Library series – where Alejandra Barciela shares with you best practices and tips to navigate the Cochrane Library platform. Within 30 minutes, learn about platform capabilities that will yield you more accurate search results quickly.

During this session, she will also review the main navigation and also show several functions users may want to do from the homepage, such as browsing content, switching languages or access more information on the content within the Cochrane Library. She will also demonstrate features from the latest developments designed to enhance your user experience.

Key Highlights:

  • Navigating the Cochrane Library: a quick overview.
  • Getting to the answers you need: basic and advanced searches.
  • Best practices and tips: saved searches, alerts and more.

Presenter(s)

Alejandra Barciela - Customer Success Training Manager, Wiley

Alejandra Barciela

Customer Success Training Manager, Wiley

Alejandra Barciela is a Customer Success Training Manager for John Wiley and Sons. She currently manages the global training program for Wiley Research. Previously, she worked as a Product Manager for the Wiley Researcher Academy, and Marketing Manager for Author Marketing. During her 10 years at Wiley, Alejandra also worked as an editor and project manager for textbooks and online courses. Alejandra is based in New York City. Before moving to the United States, she worked as a translator, teacher, and arts writer in Spain, where she earned a degree in Sworn Translation and Interpreting Studies from the University of Alicante, after completing courses in Medicine and spending a semester in the University of Aberdeen studying International Politics.