Webinars and training on databases and tools
The university library offers a large number of databases and tools, with various user interfaces. Both the content and the interfaces may change. In order to make optimal use of these, we offer a list of available webinars and training courses below.
If a webinar has already taken place, it may take several days before the link to the recording version is available. A number of webinars can only be viewed after registration.
IEEE Xplore Digital Library
Online Delivery of Engineering Programs: Tips You Can Use From an Experienced ABET-Accredited Program.
Date: Wednesday 8 April 2020. Recording [62 min] available after registration.
Using eLearning to Support Distance Learning
Recording [61 min.] available after registration.
Journal Citation Reports
Journal Citation Reports
See the infographic and https://clarivate.com/webofsciencegroup/support/jcr/ and the agenda with new webinars
Help your research flourish: find the best-fit journal for your manuscript
Need to know which journals are the most influential in your field? In this webinar you will learn how to quickly and accurately determine a journal’s citation impact, audience, and open access availability to help you decide where to submit.
Date: Tuesday 23 June 11 am. Register
Make confident decisions with publisher-neutral intelligence (new JCR 2020 data)
The 2020 Journal Citation Reports are coming out this month! Learn how to analyze journal performance with and beyond Journal Impact Factors. Quickly identify which journals in the sciences and social sciences are cited most often by scholars in over 200 disciplines.
Date: Monday 29 June 12 pm. Recording
ProQuest Platform: Tips & Tricks to Share with Faculty
Tools in the ProQuest platform that support distance learning.
Thursday June 11th 18:00 [30 min.] Register
ProQuest Platform Search Operators: Friend NOT Foe
Explanation of lemmatisation and spelling variants; use of different search operators and combinations thereof.
Wednesday 17 June 07.00 [30 min.] Register
End user training session.
Date: Tuesday 31 March 2020. Recording [28:35 min.]
Web of Science
Make the Web of Science work for you: Personalize your Web of Science experience
Would you like to access the Web of Science from anywhere at any time, save searches, set up alerts, connect other applications (EndNote, Publons) and more? This is all possible with a personal account! Learn how to customize the Web of Science
platform according to your preferences and gain access to many useful features.
Date: 28 July 2020 12.00 am. Register
Your essential guide to literature reviews
Learn how to tackle literature reviews with confidence. The session will cover how to find relevant papers with a topic search; to understand which papers showcase the future direction of a topic; to store, cite and share references correctly when you start writing; and to ensure a successful collaboration with your co-authors.
Date: 29 July 2020 11.00 am. Register
Date: 4 August 2020 8.00 pm. Register
Confident searching starts in Web of Science
Confident searching: Quick introduction to Web of Science Content Selection and why it matters. Tools for Full text access and delivery. Access Web of Science Anytime Anywhere.
Date: Monday 15 June 2020 11.00 am. Recording
Personalisation: Make the Web of Science work for you
Keep up to date with your research topic with Alerting. Curating your own publication dataset with the Marked List. Explore the Web of Science selected content with the Master Journal List.
Date: Monday 15 June 2020 3.30 pm. Recording
Delivering high quality analytics for better decisions and better outcomes
Tell the story of my organisations research power using advanced analytical tools.
Date: Tuesday 16 June 2020 11.00 am. Recording
Delivering world class Author data: Author Identities Part 1
Tools for collecting papers in Web of Science
Date: Wednesday 17 June 2020 11.00 am. Recording
Delivering world class Author data: Author Identities Part 2
Tools for collecting papers in Publons
Date: Wednesday 17 June 2020 3.30 pm. Recording
Open Session: How do I do this in Web of Science?
Do you have questions about our solutions (Web of Science, Journal Citation Reports, InCites, Publons, Kopernio, etc.)? We’ll cover everything you want to know in this special Q&A session. Please send your questions by email to firstname.lastname@example.org 7 days before the session.
Date: Tuesday 30 June 11 am [45 min.]. Register