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**Please Note** In agreement with Clarivate, from 1st August 2022 Jisc will no longer provide support for the Web of Science Service for UK Education. Further details: https://wok.mimas.ac.uk/news/2022/20220512.html and support transition information: https://wok.mimas.ac.uk/transition.html.


Clarivate **Free** March Webinars and Service Updates - Including Retirement of the 'Classic' JCR Interface

We are pleased to advise that Clarivate have organised the following **free** webinars, scheduled in March:

  • Wednesday 2nd March at 3.00pm – InCites Essentials (60 minutes)
  • Friday 4th March at 3.00pm – Web of Science Essentials (60 minutes) (NOTE: re-arranged webinar - originally scheduled Wednesday 23rd February)
  • Wednesday 16th March at 3.00pm – Web of Science Essentials (60 minutes)
  • Monday 28th March at 3.00pm - Supporting your open research initiatives with trusted data and scalable tools (60 minutes)
  • Wednesday 30th March at 3.00pm - A continuing evolution in journal intelligence (60 minutes) - NOTE: This webinar has now been rescheduled to Friday 8th April, 3.00pm

Title: InCites Essentials
New to InCites or not sure how to create an analysis to answer your research questions? Join our InCites Essentials webinar in which our education experts will teach you the basics of using our research intelligence tool InCites.

Title: Web of Science Essentials
Our Web of Science Essentials live training will equip you with the tips and tricks necessary to kick start your journey of discovery. Our trainers will explain how to navigate the platform and ensure you are using Clarivate tools in the most optimal way to power your research journey.

Title: Web of Science Essentials
Our Web of Science Essentials live training will equip you with the tips and tricks necessary to kick start your journey of discovery. Our trainers will explain how to navigate the platform and ensure you are using Clarivate tools in the most optimal way to power your research journey.

Title: Supporting your open research initiatives with trusted data and scalable tools
Open science is a system change, its accessible and collaborative approach is expected to accelerate research and discovery. As a producer of publisher-neutral resources, Web of Science pioneers new ways to support open science initiatives across the community by providing data and services. Join this session to learn how to measure your compliance with funding mandates, measure relevant impact, and improve research efficiency and transparency.

Title: A continuing evolution in journal intelligence
The ongoing rise in scholarly output, the changing market dynamics driven by open research and the constantly changing stakeholder expectations make it more important today than ever to rely on journal intelligence tools. Join this session to learn about how our transparent, publisher-neutral data and statistics will help you make confident decisions in today’s evolving scholarly publishing landscape, whether you’re submitting your first manuscript or managing a portfolio of thousands of publications.


Should you be unable to attend any of the webinars on the day, please register and you will receive a recording following the session.

If you aren't based in the UK, you may find a more suitable webinar time scheduled in the Clarivate training calendar at:
https://clarivate.com/webofsciencegroup/training/

There are also On-Demand webinars at: https://clarivate.com/webofsciencegroup/webinars/on-demand-webinars/


Latest News

Reminder: Retirement of the ‘Classic’ JCR Interface: Dual access to both the ‘New’ and ‘Classic’ JCR has been available since June 2021. The ‘New’ JCR interface became the default version at that time, with access to the ‘Classic’ JCR made available from the ‘Products’ menu. Please be advised that retirement of the ‘Classic’ JCR interface is now expected to take place on 4th March 2022, only the ‘New’ JCR interface will be available after this date. Please note that Clarivate have advised that any custom reports created on the ‘Classic’ JCR interface will not migrate over to the ‘New’ JCR.
‘New’ JCR useful links:

New WoS February 18 Release Notes: The Web of Science featured a new release on 18th February, the following enhancements were made available at that time:

  • More nuanced citation classifications
  • More regional data in panoramic article view
  • Breadcrumb enhancements

Full details of the enhancements applied can be found in the release notes at:
https://clarivate.com/webofsciencegroup/release-notes/wos/new-wos-february-18-release-notes/

Web of Science Usage Reports Update: The new Web of Science is now fully COUNTER5 compliant, details at:
https://clarivate.com/webofsciencegroup/release-notes/wos/new-wos-admin-faq/


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