Scopus Hands-on Training Course

Thursday 2nd August
10.00 am to 12.15 pm
Training Room 1, the McClay Library 

Scopus (http://www.scopus.com) is the world’s largest bibliographic and citation database and will be the source of the citation data used by some of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) assessment panels. The aim of this course, which is designed for research staff and research postgraduates, is to provide an overview of Scopus. It will be delivered by Michaela Kurschildgen who is a trainer from Elsevier.

Content

10.00 am  SciVerse Hub – Apps, ScienceDirect update

10.30 am   Scopus basics – Coverage, Searching, Managing results

11.20 am  Coffee break

11.35 am  Scopus advanced – Citations, Journal Analyzer, Metrics

12.15 pm  Close

Bookings

Research staff – to book a place on this course, log into Queens Online then select ‘Training Courses’ from the list on the left of the page.

Research postgraduates – to book a place on this course, please email ruth.scott@qub.ac.uk.

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