Hear the latest updates from the Web of Science product team. John provides an update on developments within the existing Web of Science while Nina introduces the brand new Web of Science due to launch in 2021.
Rohit from our InCites team introduces the new enhancements coming soon to InCites including an all new interface, update to ANZSRC FoR code classification, Impact Profiles, Author order searching, and improved workflows.
Is your institution making progress towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals? Watch this on-demand webinar and hear how you can frame your institution’s research activities against the SDGs and increase your momentum.
Find out what's new to InCites and how My Organisation can help your University develop research strategies to best monitor impact. Dr Anthony Dona, Solution Consultant at Clarivate, who will take you through what's new to InCites and discuss the new FoR Schema released in platform. Also hear from special guest speaker Michael Crisp, Deputy Director: Performance Metrics Business Intelligence and Planning, who will share his experiences running departmental level reports through My Organisation at the University of South Australia.
Does your library offer services to support systematic literature reviews? Systematic reviews have long been common in the health sciences, and their popularity is growing in other disciplines. While a growing number of libraries provide services in this area, it can be challenging to collaborate with faculty and manage your time efficiently when working on multiple projects. In this session, an independent consultant specializing in systematic reviews and a librarian from the United States Department of Agriculture share insights drawn from their experiences running effective systematic review services—even during a global pandemic—as well as practical tips for using EndNote™ to help you save time and stay organized once you’re up and running. Learn how you can: - Overcome common challenges of starting and maintaining a systematic review service - Efficiently document the steps of your search process - Save time managing and de-duplicating results sets
As institutions seek to finalize their REF submission and prepare Environment Statements, it’s important to contextualize research through a data-driven lens.
Helping you to contextualize research through data is Lea Lipitakis, Research Evaluation Specialist, who has explored how different citation analyses focusing upon Open Access, collaborations, and bibliometric performance indicators, can provide valuable insights to help you make a compelling case in your REF Submission and Environment Statement.
As Open Science initiatives are increasingly introduced and adopted across the world, understanding how to leverage open content can help you drive your institution forward and highlight the value of library services. View this webinar to learn practical tips that will help you pinpoint relevant open access content for your research community, while maximizing the usage of your subscriptions.
Do you know which publications are most critical to advancing your institution’s mission? Citation analysis can help you understand the importance of particular journals to your students, faculty, and researchers, and align your collections management decisions to these priorities.
Are you an Early Career Researcher or supervising Early Career Researchers? From Publons to Web of Science, InCites to Kopernio - there are numerous tools that are available to Early Career Researchers to discover new research, profile their own research or generate full text reading lists. If you are a Postgraduate Student or Postdoctoral Researcher this webinar will provide an overview of some of the useful tools for Early Career Researchers.