BBC Monitoring Service event
Nick Rhodes from BBC Monitoring Service will visit the McClay Library on Wednesday 17th May and will give a demonstration of the service in the Gillespie Room Floor 2 of the McClay from 10 am to 11 am. Please sign up for this event here
Key features of BBC Monitoring Service are:
- Translations of news reports from freely available media sources around the world
- Over 100 languages in 150 countries
- Reliable, immediate information and insight from multiple media sources
- An average of 500 items added daily. A deeper archive with 4 million items and articles dating back to 1996
- Analysis and research on geopolitics, terrorism and global media
- advanced search by country, date and topic
A trial of BBC Monitoring Service will be available until May 31 2017.
To access the trial please go to https://monitoring.bbc.co.uk/#/login
Click on log in and then click on “log in via academic institution” you should see the Queen’s log in.
Please take a couple of minutes to let us know what you think. A survey has been set up on Survey Monkey here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ZCCL6CV