26 October : Join Free Webinar : Using AGRIS advanced search capabilities to retrieve literature in agriculture, science and technology

AGRIS Team at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) presents this Free Webinar “Using AGRIS advanced search capabilities to retrieve literature in agriculture, science and technology” as part of the AGRIS Capacity Development Activities.

Date and Time

Thursday 26th of October 2017

3 p.m Rome Time (Converting EST to Rome Time)

Register at

Google form  OR

agris@fao.org :

Subject: AGRIS@Webinar

Your Name:

Your e-mail:


Once registered, you will receive an e-mail confirming your registration for the Webinar, along with the link to webinar and login instructions.


Access to agriculture, science and technology literature is important within Agriculture, Research and Development (ARD) and also in advancement of science. 

AGRIS (International System for Agricultural Science and Technology) content comes from various data providers from over 140 countries contributing 9,025,192 records. AGRIS is one of the many bibliographic databases used for locating agricultural information online, others examples include PubAg, TEEAL and CAB Abstracts. 

The purpose of this webinar will be to provide a run-through of the features of AGRIS advanced functionality and then have an interactive session with the users. While AGRIS is pre-dominantly a bibliographic database, it does become a finding aid in pointing to literature that might not be available through other search facilities.


Thembani Malapela works as Knowledge and Information Management Officer at the FAO of the United Nations. Currently he is responsible for AGRIS user support and communications and in evaluating various ways of improving the AGRIS user experience.

Related : 

Add comment

Log in or register to post comments