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Aug 04 2021

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Webinars Web of Science in July

Basic Clarivate Resources for Science

The webinars of this series are hosted by Varvara Sosedova.

1. New WoS: basic search, new features and new possibilities

In this webinar, we will talk about changes in a number of functions associated with the appearance of the new Web of Science interface, which are available in the Basic Search: search operators, truncation and replacement symbols, search fields, analysis of search results, saving the results, creating and adjusting reports on quoting, setting up notifications.

- July 21, Wednesday 11:00 (Moscow time)

- July 26, Monday 10:00 (Moscow time)

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2. EndNote bibliography features     

Create your own bibliographic database using EndNote Online. Sort records, create groups and control access to them. Using bibliography design templates. Using the Cite-While-You-Write Module for Microsoft Word and creating a bibliography directly while writing the text.

- July 21, Wednesday 14:00 (Moscow time)

- July 22, Thursday 11:00 (Moscow time)

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3. How to find an author’s work in the new Web of Science and evaluate his publication activity

Evaluation of the publication activity of the author and confirmation of copyright records in the new Web of Science. New Citation Reports and New Beamplots. ResearcherID unique identifier for the author. Author profile in Publons, changes being made.

- July 22, Thursday 14:00 (Moscow time)

- July 26, Monday 13:00 (Moscow time) 

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Scientific analytics: Web of Science and InCites

The webinars of this series are conducted by Irina Tikhonkova, Ph.D.

1. Additional features of the Web of Science platform for a scientist

At the webinar, we will master the advanced search in the Web of Science Core Collection, the syntax of search queries, combining results, saving data, setting up notifications about new documents on a given topic and citing works, searching and analyzing data in the cited bibliography. Let’s choose an algorithm for finding answers to frequently asked questions: is this article indexed? Which organizations and scientists from a certain country are engaged in similar research, how to contact them? How many times, where and by whom has a work or journal that is not indexed in the Web of Science Core Collection been cited? Let’s briefly consider the structure of the Web of Science platform, the capabilities and functions of individual databases.

- July 27, Tuesday 10:00 (Moscow time)

- July 28, Wednesday 13:00 (Moscow time)

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2. Presentation and assessment of the organization’s achievements according to Web of Science and InCites

Correct data on publication activity is necessary not only for reports and grant applications, but also for balanced self-assessment and the formation of an organization’s development strategy. Renaming, reassignment, structural changes and the good intentions of the authors to translate the name of the organization as best as possible lead to the impossibility of recognizing one organization under different names and, therefore, to obtain complete data on publication activity. The correct organization profile allows you to quickly find and analyze all jobs. How to create / edit a profile. What absolute and normalized indicators can be obtained in the Web of Science Core Collection and InCites, how to interpret and use them correctly. And answers to frequent applied questions: How to quickly draw up a report on publication activity for a certain period of time, in what areas is this organization a leader in the country and the world? Which collaborations are more successful? As well as answers to questions received during the webinar.

- July 28, Wednesday 10:00 (Moscow time)

- July 29, Thursday 13:00 (Moscow time)

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3. Updated Journal Citation Reports

On June 30, 2021, a new Journal Citation Reports was released with updated values ​​of impact factors, quartiles and other indicators. A new metric, Journal Citation Indicator, was also presented, which, in contrast to the impact factor, is calculated for all journals of the Web of Science Core Collection. What do these metrics say? How can we use JCR to analyze editions for publication? What magazines are there on my topic? How to keep such a list? Which magazines in my country are on this list? Where can I see the impact factor and quartile? Answers to these and other frequently asked questions during the webinar and demonstration of the new JCR interface.

- July 29, Thursday 10:00 (Moscow time)

- July 27, Tuesday 13:00 (Moscow time)

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