In today’s era of declining public trust in science, international political uncertainty, and the global pandemic, stakeholders across the research landscape face increasing pressure to demonstrate the value of research while navigating an environment of increasing competition and complexity.
However at the same time, technological advances and the rise of open research present exciting opportunities for researchers working across government, industry, and academia to collaborate to innovate.
For over 60 years, Web of Science™ has provided you with the industry-leading data, analysis, and expertise you need to fund, conduct, and publish research that solves the world’s most pressing challenges and pushes the boundaries of the known universe. Now, we are building advanced resources and tools designed to accelerate the pace of discovery, increase the transparency and visibility of open research, better support your strategic funding and investment decisions, and facilitate wider and deeper collaborations across the research community.
In this webinar, Keith Collier, Senior Vice President of the Science Group at Clarivate, shares our Web of Science vision for 2021 and beyond, including insights into the trends informing our investments.
Bringing researchers together, from disparate teams, is critical to the scientific endeavor, yet COVID-19 has disrupted the traditional model of scientific interchange and made it harder for researchers to develop collaborative networks and gain research visibility. The experience in managing COVID-19 has also reinforced the necessity of understanding local context to inform decision-making against global challenges and in turn, to having inter-connected researchers who are versed in local community challenges to address these.
This change has further incentivized research managers to explore solutions to help facilitate the open exchange of knowledge.
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The team at the Institute for Scientific Information™ (ISI) officially introduces the winner of this year's Eugene Garfield Award™ for Innovation in Citation Analysis, Dr. Giacomo Livan.
In this webinar, Dr. Livan presents his winning research proposal and explains how he intends to use the Web of Science™ data that comes with the prize to advance his research. The presentation is followed by a Q&As session with the ISI team.
On Wednesday, November 18, 2020, Clarivate™ will reveal its annual list of Highly Cited Researchers, curated by our colleagues at the Institute for Scientific Information™.
Since 2001, our list has identified global research scientists and social scientists who have demonstrated exceptional influence – reflected through their publication of multiple papers frequently cited by their peers during the last decade.
Researchers across the world eagerly anticipate the launch of the Highly Cited Researchers list each year and hundreds of universities and research organizations celebrate the inclusion of their researchers on the list.
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The world’s most highly regarded research institutions, funding agencies and governments have clear and compelling research strategies that propel researchers to explore new areas that contribute to improving society’s welfare.
Bibliometric data from Web of Science™ and InCites™ can be used to inform your strategic research planning through techniques such as horizon scanning. In this session, experts from our Consultancy team will share insights drawn from several horizon scanning projects and discuss best practices for adopting a data-driven approach in your strategic planning activities.
Get everything you need to confidently use and train others on how to get the most out of EndNote 20. Topics covered: • Overview of the highly anticipated EndNote library window redesign and highlight all other enhancements added in this new release. • Essential workflows to ensure you feel confident teaching classes using the latest version of EndNote desktop. • Q & A.
Are you are an InCites user? Watch the webinar and we will take you through the updated InCites platform and it’s functionality. Conduct your assessments more easily with fewer clicks, intuitive workflows and dynamic, in-product guidance in the improved InCites Benchmarking & Analytics. New enhancements, which are based on your feedback and informed by expertise from the Institute for Scientific Information, will help you save time, and onboard new users faster.
There is an increasing demand for more transparency in peer review due to the potential benefits that this could offer. However, open peer review is notoriously challenging for publishers to implement. IOP Publishing (IOPP) partnered with Clarivate™ to develop upon the existing Transparent Peer Review (TPR) service using an API-based solution to minimize manual work. In this webinar, we'll talk about the collaboration with IOPP, results of the successful pilot, and future plans for TPR.
Open Science initiatives are fundamentally changing scholarly communications workflows for all stakeholders throughout the global research ecosystem. As researchers, institutions and publishers adjust to meet evolving funder mandates for open access publications and open data, librarians have responded with new infrastructure and services to support transparency and manage diverse research outputs. In this session, learn practical tips to save time identifying and assessing your institution’s open research footprint, whether you’re managing an institutional repository or looking to shift your expenses from accessing paywalled content to publishing in open access journals.