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Target Audience: PhD Students, Staff, Researchers and Library staff
Developed by Elsevier, Scopus is one of the world’s largest curated abstract and citation databases of peer-reviewed literature, including 25.300+ scientific journals, 231.000+ books and conference proceedings from >5.000 publishers, covering research topics across all scientific and technical disciplines, ranging from medicine and social sciences to arts and humanities. A live demonstration will show how Scopus can be used and some of the key benefits of its use.
Participants will be able to:
- Use advanced search to conduct in-depth literature searches for literature reviews or to find relevant information
- Analyse and track research trends to make connections within or across disciplines and identify new research areas and potential collaborators
- See the main journals and most prolific authors in your area of interest informing your own decisions about where to submit manuscripts for publication
- Use bibliometrics to measure research output and discover the overall impact of publications in a research area
- Find resources of further help if problems are encountered
Presented by Michaela Kurschildgen, Customer Consultant at Elsevier
Michaela has been with Elsevier for 17 years and helping Scopus users get started with the tool since 2012. She’s an enthusiastic communicator and passionate about helping Researchers and Information Professionals to turn information into actionable knowledge.
Delivered By: Michaela Kurschildgen, Customer Consultant, Elsevier