How Scopus can help address researchers’ most pressing questions

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Margaret Phillips, Purdue University and Eleonora Presani, Elsevier

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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.

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