RESCHEDULED (look for new dates later in December) Scopus Training: "Search, Alerts & Analysis" and "Author Identity and Metrics"
RESCHEDULED - LOOK FOR NEW DATES LATER IN DECEMBER. Thank you!
Join us for Scopus Training: "Search, Alerts & Analysis" and "Author Identity and Metrics" - a librarian led review, demo and Q&A session for the three instructional modules designed to help faculty and students learn more about using Scopus.
Zoom: https://arizona.zoom.us/j/83970118061 (password provided by email after registration)
Prior to attending this zoom event:
- participants should prepare by using the module guides (links below) and viewing the quick, theme-based tutorials (2-3 minutes each) and brief exercises designed to practice the skills covered by the tutorial.
- Please bring your questions on these lessons and activities to review as a group
Module 1: Topical Search, Alerts and Analysis https://libguides.library.arizona.edu/scopus-module1
- Perform keyword searches & refine results
- Save a search & set up alerts
- Expand a search to capture other relevant results
- View & search citations and cited references for a list of results
- Find related documents based on shared references, authors and keywords
- Find results from Mendeley Data (previously DataSearch)
- Build & run an advanced search query using additional field code options
- Analyze search results
- Download and export search results to a citation manager
Module 2: Author Identity https://libguides.library.arizona.edu/scopus-module2
- Perform author searches and find documents associated with an author
- Understand how author profiles are assigned and how to make corrections, if necessary
- Assess an author's impact and monitor activity associated with their documents
- Use author profile data on other platforms (ORCID, NIH and more)
- Find authors working in a topical area
Module 3: Metrics https://libguides.library.arizona.edu/scopus-module3
- Search for and extract article and journal-level metrics
- Conduct comparative analytics and develop visualizations including citation/co-citation analysis
- Identify research gaps in a field
- Wednesday, December 2, 2020
- 11:00am - 12:30pm