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Elsa Author Training: References

In this 60 minute webinar, Elsevier staff will walk you through how to work with references in Elsa. A portion of this webinar will be dedicated to Q&A to answer questions about references and any other Elsa information not covered in the agenda. This webinar is designed for authors already writing in Elsa or those who will be writing in Elsa soon.
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