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The Power of Scopus Data

Scopus is considered the Gold Standard for research assessment and evaluation purposes by 4,500+ universities and 150+ leading research organizations worldwide. Join as us we discuss the richness of Scopus data and the value it provides for data-driven insight.
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Holly J. Falk-Krzesinski, PhD, Vice President, Research Intelligence Global Strategic Networks, Elsevier
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  • Advancing responsible research assessment: implications for librarians Recorded: May 6 2021 57 mins
    Cindy Minor
    Research assessment should not be centered solely on bibliometrics such as publication and citation metrics but should encompass other measures that address the broad range of assessment-related questions. These cover research inputs, outputs and outcomes, such as funding, collaboration, usage, commercialization and the adoption of innovation. As more diverse data sources and metrics are used, a richer and more informative picture of research emerges.

    The International Center for the Study of Research (ICSR) was established by Elsevier in 2019 with a mission to further the study of research and thus to contribute to the evidence base supporting the practice of research strategy, evaluation and policy. In 2020, ICSR and Elsevier signed the Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA) and endorsed the Leiden Manifesto for Research Metrics, two internationally-recognized statements of best practice in responsible research assessment.

    In this Library Connect webinar, Christopher Belter will discuss what responsible research assessment might look like in practice for a large biomedical funding agency. ICSR staff members Andrew Plume and Holly Falk-Krzesinski will then discuss the recommendations of both DORA and the Leiden Manifesto and their implications for Elsevier as well as for librarians and their users.

    Introduction:
    M.J. Tooey, Associate Vice President, Academic Affairs and Executive Director, Health Sciences and Human Services Library, University of Maryland, Baltimore
    Presenters:
    Christopher Belter, Program Analyst, Eunice Kennedy Shriver NICHD Development
    Holly Falk-Krzesinski, Vice President, Research Intelligence, Elsevier
    Andrew Plume, President, International Center for the Study of Research; and Senior Director of Research Evaluation, Elsevier
  • How to Populate Your IR in Less Time: Harvesting Scopus Data in Digital Commons Recorded: Apr 20 2021 54 mins
    Shandon Quinn, Digital Commons; Annelise Doll, Michigan Tech Univ.; Nancy Krost, Missouri Univ. of Science and Technology
    One of the primary purposes of the IR is to serve an institution’s faculty by representing the full breadth of their works. However, creating a comprehensive archive is one of the hardest, most burdensome challenges for IR managers.

    Register now to learn about the new Scopus-to-Digital Commons harvesting API, which can save IR managers up to 90% of the time it typically takes to add faculty publication records into the IR.

    Hear from two institutions, Michigan Technological University and Missouri University of Science and Technology, as they share their experiences using the API to populate their IRs and showcase their faculty’s work to the world.

    Live audience Q&A will follow.

    Presenters:
    - Shandon Quinn, VP Product Management, Digital Commons
    - Annelise Doll, Scholarly Communications and Repositories Librarian, Michigan Tech University
    - Nancy Krost, Institutional Repository Coordinator, Missouri University of Science and Technology
  • Open science tools for discovering, promoting and sharing research Recorded: Oct 22 2020 60 mins
    Promita Chatterji, Shirley Decker-Lucke, Wouter Haak, Sebastien Schlosser, Steve Watson
    Librarians are powerful advocates for informing and engaging their researchers in the open science landscape. In this webinar, Elsevier product managers will present collaborative tools that enable your researchers to discover data, share scholarly insights, and improve their research outcomes.

    •Open data sets that support research collaboration across disciplines
    •Enhancing user experience for open access across research products
    •Driving the future of open science through partnerships
    •Building global visibility and impact with Diamond OA journals and OERs
    •Open access options for sharing early stage research and preprints

    Presenters:

    Promita Chatterji, Product Manager, Digital Commons Journals
    Shirley Decker-Lucke, Content Director, SSRN
    Wouter Haak, VP Research Data Management, Elsevier
    Sebastien Schlosser, Director of Strategic Business Development, Elsevier
    Steve Watson, Director of Product Management, Elsevier
  • Researchers: CiteScore 2019 and the responsible use of metrics Recorded: Jun 29 2020 62 mins
    Hans Zijlstra (Research Metrics Product Manager) and Aileen Christensen (Senior Marketing Manager)
    CiteScore is current, comprehensive, clear and free for everyone to use.

    CiteScore 2019 will be available shortly with a revised methodology. This webinar is designed for Researchers explaining how CiteScore and other journal metrics can be employed in your day-to-day work and provide helpful tips & tricks.

    Join us for this webinar to learn how to:
    • Compare and select the right journal for your next article
    • Decide which journals to read and reference
    • Uncovering new, impactful open access journals

    We will provide you with the basic rules for employing several journal metrics to make better decisions, provide an overview of how CiteScore is calculated and answer all your questions.
  • The many helpful applications of journal impact metrics Recorded: Jun 24 2020 61 mins
    Hans Zijlstra (Product Manager, Research Metrics) and Aileen Christensen (Senior Marketing Manager)
    Journal impact metrics are often discussed, especially when in popular usage they become proxies for complex concepts such as quality or impact. However, they also have many distinct and helpful applications.

    Each metric may offer a different emphasis based on its underlying data source, method of calculation, or context of use. For this reason, we promote the responsible use of research metrics.

    CiteScore is a suite of journal impact metrics introduced in 2016 and available at no cost within the Scopus, and CiteScore 2019 will be available with a revised methodology.

    Join our webinar to learn how employing the CiteScore and other journal impact metrics can support Librarians with:
    • Developing your portfolio management strategy
    • Providing insight into which serial titles to subscribe to
    • Empowering researchers to uncover journals which to submit their work to
    • Teach students how to employ transparent and easy to understand journal metrics

    We will discuss the importance of employing several metrics to make better decisions, provide an overview of how CiteScore is calculated and answer all your questions.
  • Scopus APIs: Getting started with Scopus search Recorded: Jun 23 2020 46 mins
    Martin Edling Andersson, Principal Product Manager and Aileen Christensen, Senior Marketing Manager
    Learn how to use the Scopus APIs to search for articles of interest and work with large search results.

    Martin Edling Andersson (Principal Product Manager) will discuss some of the basic (and more complex) use cases of the Scopus APIs. We will show how the Scopus APIs can be used to run search queries to answer specific questions, in less time.

    Join this webinar to:
    > Learn about the various Scopus APIs available, where and how to access them
    > Understand and get started with how to manipulate the data to answer your specific questions
    > Follow some basic examples such as attaining information on specific authors, and subsequently obtaining a list of articles citing the author’s body of work.
    > Receive some practical coding templates for your next search
  • Options to provide remote access to Elsevier platforms and tools: EDT Recorded: Apr 29 2020 55 mins
    Rose L’Huillier, Meshna Koren
    Due to the shift in working remotely, Elsevier has put together several different options to access research data. This webinar provides librarians with step-by-step instructions and tips to share with researchers and students on various options including the benefits of each.


    Access Methods
    •Federated access (SAML-based authentication, Shibboleth, OpenAthens, SSO)
    •Email domain confirmation access
    •IP address range / VPN
    •Proxy
    •Registration ID
    •CASA - ScienceDirect specific
    •Institutional instructions - a message to a user
    •Guest - not institutional access, open to all

    A word about…
    •Access management
    •Identity management
    •Customer support

    If you cannot attend this live webinar, register to get access to the recorded webinar that you can view at your convenience and share with your users.
  • Options to provide remote access to Elsevier platforms and tools: CET Recorded: Apr 29 2020 53 mins
    Rose L’Huillier, Meshna Koren
    Due to the shift in working remotely, Elsevier has put together several different options to access research data. This webinar provides librarians with step-by-step instructions and tips to share with researchers and students on various options including the benefits of each.

    Access Methods
    •Federated access (SAML-based authentication, Shibboleth, OpenAthens, SSO)
    •Email domain confirmation access
    •IP address range / VPN
    •Proxy
    •Registration ID
    •CASA - ScienceDirect specific
    •Institutional instructions - a message to a user
    •Guest - not institutional access, open to all

    A word about…
    •Access management
    •Identity management
    •Customer support

    If you cannot attend the live webinar, register to get access to the recorded webinar to watch at your convenience and share with your users.
  • Integrating Scopus APIs into your everyday workflow Recorded: Apr 21 2020 46 mins
    Martin Edling Andersson, Principal Product Manager and Aileen Christensen, Scopus Marketing Manager
    Get an overview of the Scopus APIs, and how they can be used to integrate Scopus content and data into your own websites and web applications. Martin Edling Andersson (Principal Product Manager) will discuss some of the basic (and more complex) use cases of the Scopus APIs and their advantages when compared to downloading data from the scopus.com platform.

    Attending this webinar you will get an overview of all the APIs which Scopus offers, how APIs work, getting started with the Scopus APIs and some practical, technical coding examples and relevant policies and quotas.
  • Infectious Disease Outbreak Research: Insights and Trends Recorded: Mar 30 2020 60 mins
    Dr. Jayabalasingham (Senior Product Manager), Dr. Hessen (Director, Point of Care)​ & Mr. James (Senior Product Manager)
    Over the past two decades, the world has faced several infectious disease outbreaks. Ebola, Influenza A (H1N1), SARS, MERS, Zika virus and, most recently, COVID-19, have had a massive global impact in terms of economic disruption, strain on local and global public health resources and, above all, human health.

    Please join us for this webinar as Dr. Bamini Jayabalasingham explains how the research was conducted to uncover trends in outbreaks research, the various governmental bodies involved and the ways to identify health security research.

    Dr. Margaret Trexler Hessen will provide insight into how the research fits into the clinical context and why it matters. ​

    Senior Product Manager Chris James will show practical examples of how SciVal and Scopus were used to analyze scholarly output, trending topics and top research organizations working to strengthen our understanding of infectious disease outbreaks.

    The research for this webinar is also available as an Infographic, which is available download for free: https://www.elsevier.com/connect/infographic-global-research-trends-in-infectious-disease
  • Scopus Author Profiles: How they work and why you should keep it up-to-date Recorded: Nov 14 2019 58 mins
    Eleonora Presani (Product Manager, Scopus)
    Scopus Author Profiles provide an overview of your citations and other important metrics, which can be included in applications for grant funding, promotion and tenure files. Author Profiles are increasingly important for assessing collaborators, providing you a competitive advantage when preparing job applications and will support decisions concerning funding.

    Dr. Eleonora Presani, Scopus product manager, provides insight into how profiles are created and curated, tips for ensuring that your profile is correct and up-to-date and how to combine qualitative and quantitative metrics to emphasize your research impact.
  • Scopus Curation and Re-evaluation = High-Quality Content Recorded: Sep 11 2019 57 mins
    Wim Meester, Director of Product Management, Scopus Content; Peter Brimblecombe, CSAB Chair—Environmental Science
    Join our webinar on Wednesday 11th September at 3pm CET , to learn how rigorous indexing processes enable you to access the high-quality content you need in Scopus. With its independent expert title selection, re-evaluation, and publication discontinuation practices, Scopus has created a state-of-the-art defense against predatory publishing, while improving research integrity.
  • How Scopus can help address researchers’ most pressing questions Recorded: Jun 6 2019 59 mins
    Margaret Phillips, Purdue University and Eleonora Presani, Elsevier
    Join us for a webinar on Thursday, June 6th as we discuss how Scopus can assist librarians in addressing researchers’ top priorities and questions, such as:
    •Where do I publish?
    •How can I make sure my research is novel?
    •How can I easily maintain my researcher profile and showcase my impact?

    Co-presenting the webinar will be:

    Margaret Phillips, Purdue University
    Margaret is an Assistant Professor of Library Science and Engineering Information Specialist at Purdue University Libraries and School of Information Studies. She is the Libraries liaison to the Schools of Engineering Technology, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Nuclear Engineering.

    Eleonora Presani, Elsevier
    Before Dr. Eleonora Presani (@elepre17) joined Elsevier in 2012, she was a particle physicist at CERN. At Elsevier, her first role was as a publisher, managing 14 academic journals in Nuclear and High Energy Physics. In 2016 she joined the Scopus team as Product Manager, working on research data linking and author assessment.
  • Employing APIs to create powerful data visualizations Recorded: May 7 2019 62 mins
    Bill Mischo (Berthold Family Professor in Information Discovery, UIUC Library) and Matt DiRenzo (Elsevier, Product Manager)
    Bill Mischo, Head of the Grainger Engineering Library Information Center, at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, shows how he employed a combination of Scopus APIs to generate research impact visualizations to support strategic planning in the College of Engineering’s new engineering-based college of medicine. The custom databases and visualizations showcase the research impact of various units or groups– for grant applications, program review, and other research assessments. It also allows individual researchers to visualize their research network.

    Matt DiRenzo (Scopus APIs Product Manager) will discuss some of the basic (and more complex) use cases of the Scopus APIs and their advantages when compared to downloading data from the scopus.com platform.
  • How Researchers & Publishers Can Collaborate In The Move Towards Open Science Recorded: Jan 21 2019 89 mins
    Moderated by Stephane Berghmans, Director Academic Relations, Elsevier
    A debate on challenges and opportunities in open access & open data
  • The Power of Scopus Data Recorded: May 3 2018 60 mins
    Holly J. Falk-Krzesinski, PhD, Vice President, Research Intelligence Global Strategic Networks, Elsevier
    Scopus is considered the Gold Standard for research assessment and evaluation purposes by 4,500+ universities and 150+ leading research organizations worldwide. Join as us we discuss the richness of Scopus data and the value it provides for data-driven insight.
  • Scopus Data for Ranking Organizations Recorded: Nov 9 2017 59 mins
    M'hamed el Aisati, VP Funding, Content & Analytics
    Over the past 10 years, Scopus has emerged as the partner of choice in the fast-developing field of rankings. Join us for a discussion on the importance of A&I data to ranking organizations, and why they choose Scopus.
  • All About Scopus Content Recorded: Sep 28 2017 45 mins
    Dr. Wim Meester, Director of Product Management, Scopus Content
    Scopus has recently added over 195 million more cited references dating back to 1970 to complement the database's existing records that date back 1788 and further increase the depth of content.
    Added cited references mean:
    •more extensive bibliometric and historic trend analysis
    •more complete author profiles
    •improved h-index measures for authors who began publishing prior to 1996

    Learn more about the depth of Scopus content along with more insights into our content policies, selection criteria and data quality.
  • How PlumX Metrics on Scopus help tell the story of your research Recorded: Aug 10 2017 61 mins
    Andrea Michalek, Vice President, Product Management, Research Metrics
    PlumX Metrics will soon become the primary source of article-level metrics on Scopus. As Plum Analytics’ comprehensive, item-level Metrics, PlumX Metrics provide insights into the ways people interact with individual pieces of research output (articles, conference proceedings, book chapters and many more) in the online environment.
  • CiteScore metrics - New values launched along with some improvements Recorded: Jul 13 2017 48 mins
    Norman Azoulay, Product Manager, Scopus and Chris James, Product Manager, Research Metrics
    CiteScore 2016 annual values were recently released for over 22,600 titles. Additionally, a number of improvements have been made to CiteScore based on user feedback. Join us for a discussion with time for questions and answers!
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