Workshop on Reaxys in English is held on Oct. 26th! (Workshop Series on Chemical Information Databases)

Two weeks in a row we will hold workshops on chemical information databases ("SciFinder" and "Reaxys"), with which you can search substances, reactions and papers.
Please take this opportunity to master how to use both databases and use them for learning and research!
Reaxys is a largest chemical database in the world that records chemical reaction information and measured physical property values! A professional instructor will lecture on how to use it. He will also answer your daily questions.
[Click here for more information on Reaxys]
Basic Course: For first-time users
This course will explain the basic operation centering on reaction search, substance search, and synthesis planning tool usage.
Advanced Course: For those already using
This course will explain techniques to reduce search noise such as control of the site where substituents are generated.
All the students, faculty, and staff of Hokkaido University can join any venue regardless of the department.
Those who wish to participate please apply in advance from the "Apply" button below because of the limited seating

 

Date / Place / Application
Date Place Course / Language / Time Application
Wed. Oct. 24th Faculty of Science Venue(理学部) 8号館1階104室(8-104)情報メディア教育センター端末室 [Up to 15 People] Basic
Japanese
13:00-14:30
Advanced
Japanese
14:45-16:15
Thu. Oct. 25th Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences Venue(薬学部) 臨床薬学講義棟1階 情報端末室 S103 [Up to 30 People] Basic
Japanese
14:45-16:15
Advanced
Japanese
16:30-18:00
Fri. Oct. 26th Northern Campus Venue* RIES (Northern Campus Building No.5) 1F Meeting Room [Up to 50 People] Basic
English
13:00-14:30
Basic
Japanese
14:45-16:15

* There are no computers for training at Northern Campus Venue. Please prepare a device that can connect to the wireless LAN, and your own ID/PW of ELMS, SSO, or iiC.
Join also the workshop on "SciFinder" of the previous week! Click here!

Contact: Hokkaido University Northern Campus Library
E-mail: kitacam [at] lib.hokudai.ac.jp