How to make the most of Scopus : 20 March 2014

Scopus, with Web of Science, is the most important A&I database of peer-reviewed literature and an essential tool for students and researchers.  A Librarians-In-Training session will provide an update on the new interface for Scopus, now live, and provide you with the information you need to use Scopus to its maximum potential.

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The following topics will be covered:
*       What is Scopus
*       Content coverage in Scopus
*       Document and advanced search
*       Analyze results
*       Citation overview
*       Journal Analyzer and metrics:
–       How find and to compare journals using different metrics like SJR & SNIP
–       Social media impact / Altmetrics
*       Author searching: Author profiles, author evaluator, author profile adjustments, H-index
*       Affiliation searching
*       Mendeley
*       Where to find further information and guidance

Please sign up to attend via the Librarians-In-Training website:

How to make the most of Scopus

When : 20th March 2014

Time : 10:00-11:30 am

Where : Milstein Room, University Library

Presenter : Michaela Kurschildgen, Account Development Manager, Elsevier

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