Are you enjoying the free trial of Eighteenth-Century Collections Online that has beenprovided to ASECS members by Gale Cengage? Would you like to learn more about the database and provide feedback about your research experience?
ASECS is pleased to announce that Executive Director Lisa Berglund will be leading an online roundtable discussion, Experiencing ECCO: Research and Curriculum. It will take place Friday, 11 September, 2:00 – 3:15 pm EDT, on Zoom. Advance registration is required. Registration ends at NOON EDT on Thursday, September 10, 2020.
ASECS members are invited to propose brief presentations about using ECCO for their research. If you are interested in sharing your discoveries or evaluating your experience as a user of ECCO, provide a short description about the focus of your remarks on the registration form. We encourage your participation!
Brian Cowan, a member of the History Department at McGill University, will give an informal presentation about curricular uses of ECCO and answer questions.
Representatives of Gale Cengage will participate in the Experiencing ECCO online roundtable. If you have questions or comments about the database, you may submit them in advance on the registration form, so that detailed responses can be prepared.
The Experiencing ECCO session will conclude with a general question and discussion period.
By participating in this session, you can make sure that you get the most out of the ECCO free trial and help Gale Cengage to assess the value of this database to ASECS members!
Please complete the registration form located here.
If you have not yet signed up for the ECCO free trial, please click here. The trial expires on 30 September 2020.
Lisa Berglund, Ph.D.
Executive Director, American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies