Web of Science **FREE** November Webinars.

Date of news item: 31 October 2018

We are pleased to advise that Clarivate Analytics have organised a number of **FREE** webinars scheduled throughout November. Please find details below:

  1. 27th November at 10.00am - Web of Science, the shortcut to full text and efficient reading (45 mins)
  2. 28th November at 10.30am - Importance of peer review. How to find good reviewers (45 mins)
  3. 29th November at 10.00am - Web of Science is not just about papers... (45 mins)

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1. Title: Web of Science, the shortcut to full text and efficient reading (in English).

Web of Science is a discovery platform that offers unique ways to navigate and identify articles to read. In this session you will discover how to use and leverage its citation network, but also how to access free Open Access full text via the unpaywall algorithm, as well as making use of Kopernio, a free plugin that will offer you direct one click access to the Pdf file of a publication:

2. Title: Importance of peer review. How to find good reviewers (in English).

Discover Publons through this introductory presentation where you will learn how to create a free researcher profile, input your peer reviewing activities, and identify other peer reviewers by country or institution, and more. Any Publons profile can be linked to other identifiers, such as Researcher ID and ORCID.

3. Title: Web of Science is not just about papers... (in English).

In this short session, you will discover that within its citation network, the Web of Science integrates non-published scholarly works such as patents and research data. Our expert will explain the value we bring with such diverse content.

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Please contact Web of Science Service for UK Education Support, email: webofscience@jisc.ac.uk should you have any queries or require support.