Elesevier are delivering a special Scopus training session on Thursday 21 November, hosted by Library and Learning Services in the Catalyst.

The workshop will be delivered by Michaela Kurschildgen, Consultant and Customer Success Specialist at Elsevier and covers the following:

Part one:
– hands-on training covering searching, filters, search results data visualtions, etc
Part two:
– research metrics and indicators

Want to join us?
Date and time: 10-1230 on Thursday 21 November.
We only have 10 places left. Please email [email protected] if you would like to attend the workshop.

Why run this training?
Following a successful trial over the Summer we now have Scopus, which replaces the Web of Science service. Scopus features 23,500 serial titles and 75 million items, so being able to utilise its features to search and record items is paramount for getting the most out of the database.

Is any other Scopus training available?
Research students and staff can book onto our ‘Literature Search for Research’ workshop on 7 November, which is part of the Researcher Development Programme. The session focuses on searching using Scopus. Book via MyView.