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Webinars Clarivate Analytics: Foundations of the WOS-Analysis of and finding funding-Creating ORCID

Here is the programme for the Clarivate Analytics presentations for the month of February 2018. The presentations below will be given in French by a Clarivate Analytics expert but you can also select the presentations in the language of your choice, by product, etc.: click here.

The Legacy of Dr. Garfield – Foundations of the Web of Science
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Monday February 26th 2018: 11 a.m.
“Discover the unique foundations and history of the Web of Science.
Our experts will explain the history and fundamentals of the Web of Science which define it as the only source of highly selected content and complete indexing of citations.
Discover the selection of Web of Science Core Collection journals, the capture of metadata, the resulting analysis possibilities, etc.
Understand the concept of indexing citations and citation-based browsing.
A case study of Mad Cow disease to illustrate citation-based browsing.”

Analysis of and finding funding (Funders/Grants)
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Wednesday February 28th 2018: 11 a.m.
“Our experts will explain the Web of Science data on funding agencies, the indexing mode involved and how to analyze sources of funding in a disciplinary field.
Our experts will demonstrate how to explore funding sources and how to construct an analysis of the research results of more than 1000 unified funding agencies.
You will learn how to analyze financing data from a variety of datasets.”

Creating ORCID Profiles – Consolidating Researcher Identity
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Wednesday February 28th 2018: 3 p.m.
“Learn how to create and consolidate an author identity (ORCID / RID) to meet the requirements of authors and publishers.
Large publishers such as PLOS, Royal Society and Wiley or funding agencies such as Wellcome Trust UK and the Swedish Research Council, among others, require authors to have an ORCID identifier. Our experts will show you how to create an ORCID profile to include your Web of Science publications.”

The access platform grants access to all the citational databases of WOS is available in BibCnrs via the “database” search button.

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