Web of Science **FREE** December Webinars - 18th, 19th, 20th.

Date of news item: 05 December 2018

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

  1. 18th Dec at 10.00am - Use Web of Science to identify, view and analyse Open Access (45 mins)
  2. 19th Dec at 10.00am - Overview and explanation of analytical tools and citation metrics around the Web of Science Core Collection data (1 hour)
  3. 20th Dec at 10.00am - Expand your discovery with the Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities content of the Web of Science (45 mins)

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1. Title: Use Web of Science to identify, view and analyse Open Access (in English).

Open Access content is now easily identifiable in the Web of Science, but did you know you can decompose it in 5 different versions? Do you also know how to easily access the pdf versions and also analyse their Impact? In this short webex, our expert will go through this for you.

2. Title: Overview and explanation of analytical tools and citation metrics around the Web of Science Core Collection data (in English).

In this short webinar, our expert will demonstrate the different Clarivate tools and solutions available for generation of metrics, and how to get a better understanding of the questions they help answer. Such tools can be used within the Web of Science platform, as well as in Journal Citation Reports, Essential Science Indicators, and InCites Benchmarking and Analysis.

3. Title: Expand your discovery with the Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities content of the Web of Science (in English)

Did you know that today, at least 18% of the Web of Science Core Collection content is made of Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities publications? In this short webinar, our experts will demonstrate how these sources are selected, how you find them, analyse them and leverage the power of citation navigation to expand your bibliographic discovery.

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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.