Karen Clews, University of Birmingham; Brian Kirkengaard Lunn, Pure; Martin Edling Andresson, SciVal
Hundreds of institutions globally use SciVal and Pure, two of Elsevier's Research Intelligence solutions. Join us to learn about the many ways these tools can also be used together to enhance analysis of research output. Members of the Pure and SciVal product teams will be joined by Karen Clews, Research Information Systems Manager, University of Birmingham, who will give practical examples of how they are using both systems together.
Elsevier is pleased to announce the addition of Faculty and Academic Activity Reporting (FAAR) capabilities into Pure. Based on customer feedback, faculty activity reporting capabilities have been created in order to allow universities to understand the full spectrum of activity on campus, from courses taught to research output in a single system. Pure is a research information system that aggregates and links data from numerous internal and external sources, such as the library, HR, finance and even researcher CVs. With Pure, uploads can be automatic, reducing tedious data entry exercises and keeping the information up-to-date with little manual work.
In this session, we will introduce Pure’s new Faculty and Academic Activity Reporting and demonstrate the reports you can easily generate around researchers, research centers or departments. The analytics generated in Pure can support strategic decisions or ease the burden of reporting to funders and accreditors by unifying all your researcher-related data in one system.
How collaborative is research at your institution? Who are your strongest internal and external partners? Attend this webinar to learn how to use dashboards in Pure to answer these questions and more. This session will feature a walkthrough of Pure’s dashboard functionality (part of the reporting module) and will take you step-by-step through building a dashboard you can use to track progress towards institutional or departmental goals.
What you’ll learn:
•Setting Up Roles and Rights for Dashboards
•Creating a Dashboard
•Using Snowball Indicators
Pernille Hamburger Grongaard, Research Librarian at the Research Support Office
Please join us for a free interactive webinar to learn how Aarhus University created more competitive submissions for funding application success.
Aarhus University sought to further improve the quality of its funding applications. To achieve this, the Research Support Office needed to assess its research teams accurately and match them with the appropriate funding and grants.
The department turned to Elsevier's SciVal® for better visibility and management of its research data and insights into their faculties' capabilities.
The agenda includes a presentation from guest speaker Pernille Hamburger Grongaard, Research Librarian at the Research Support Office followed by a Q&A session.
We look forward to having you with us.
The SciVal Team
Download a copy of the case study here: https://www.elsevier.com/research-intelligence/resource-library/aarhus-university
Join us for a walk-through of Pure reporting functionality and basic tips and tricks. This session is designed for beginning and intermediate users.
What you’ll learn:
• Basics of Reporting
• Who can Create Reports
• Choosing the Best Report Layout Format for Your Needs
• Creating and Building Reports
o Filtering new content in reports
o Grouping outputs
o Adding Projections
• Saving and Sharing your Reports
• Dashboard Basics
Join us for a walk-through of Pure Administrator functionality and basic tips and tricks. This session is designed for beginning and intermediate users.
What you’ll learn:
• Navigating the Pure Administrator Interface
• Adding Content to Pure
• Setting Up Roles to Manage Content
• Workflows: what are they, and why are they useful?
• Cleaning Up Content and Checking Data Accuracy
o Merging Publications
o Merging and Managing Master Data
• Claiming and Unclaiming Content
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