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More content, more features, more to learn. Monthly webinars help you get more from Scopus

on Thu, 01/07/2016 - 18:43

Join expert-led webinars monthly and improve your Scopus experience

The start of a new year is often a time of making resolutions, beginning new endeavors, re-evaluating and setting new goals. It’s a time to reflect on the past year and move forward — ideally toward a better and brighter path. One of the new paths the Scopus team is taking this year is to introduce an ongoing webinar program. Nearly every month, one of the Scopus team members will host a topical webinar to bring you more insight into the product, not only to improve your experience with it but also to answer questions about its content, capabilities and vision.

So, no matter what your New Year’s resolutions are — to work more efficiently, to find the most relevant content, to track or measure research impact, or even if you don’t make resolutions — join us regularly to learn something new about Scopus and build your knowledge and understanding about what it can do for you.   

First up is "Scopus 2015 review and 2016 focus," on January 21st (17:00 GMT). Led by Jessica Kowalski, Market Development Director for Scopus & Engineering Village, this session is the perfect opportunity to learn about feature and content updates made in 2015, and what to expect in 2016. Jessica will cover topics such as the article-level metrics module, the book and cited references content expansion projects, along with how Scopus delivers a comprehensive overview of the world’s research output and impact.

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About Jessica Kowalski, Market Development Director for Scopus & Engineering Village

Jessica has been with Reed Elsevier for over 9 years and with the Scopus team for the past 5. She leads a team of market development managers for both Scopus and Engineering Village. Together, she and her team serve as the connection between the user community and the product team, working to ensure our solutions meet the needs of the research community. In her role, Jessica not only brings extensive knowledge and understanding of Scopus, but also a deep understanding of how it can better serve the needs of researchers from all over the world and across academic, corporate and government markets. 


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