Shandon Quinn, VP Product Management, Digital Commons; Martin Edling Andersson, Principal Product Manager, Scopus
“The IR is meant to be as complete and comprehensive as possible.” – IR administrator, R1 public university
One of the primary purposes of the IR is to serve an institution’s faculty, by representing their works comprehensively. And yet, this is one of the hardest, most burdensome challenges for IR managers.
In this webinar, get a next-level look at the upcoming Scopus-Digital Commons integration to automatically populate your IR at scale with faculty publication records. The presentation walks viewers through the following features:
- Ease of use – no technical skills required
- Record deduplication of IR faculty research content
- Auto population of upload spreadsheets
- Flagging OA content
We’ll also demonstrate the value of Scopus data and let you know how Digital Commons customers will be provided with access to Scopus data as part of the release launch.
Learn how this new tool can save IR managers up to 75% of the time it takes to add faculty publication records into their IR.