February 2024 Upcoming webinars and trainings from Clarivate

Dear Colleagues,

You are invited to take part in Clarivate’s free webinars in Russian, which will take place every Tuesday at 15:00 Central Asian time (GMT+6). You can check your time zone at https://www.worldtimebuddy.com/. For Zoom, pre-registration is required.

The webinars are held in two Clarivate Essential series for beginners and advanced users, demonstrating how Web of Science and related resources can be used in daily scientific activities: for searching and analyzing scientific literature, selecting a journal for publication, partners for joint projects, sources of funding , design of publications according to the journal format, presentation of the scientist’s achievements in the author’s profile, basic assessment of the activities of the scientist and the organization. Webinars last 45 minutes, listeners present more than 90% of the time will receive an electronic certificate.

The Research Smarter series takes place once a month and will be more useful to students with basic experience working with resources, as well as administrators and librarians. The duration of the webinar is one hour, and a certificate will be also provided.
The schedule of upcoming webinars is updated on the website https://clarivate.libguides.com/CA. Presentations of past events are also available there.

Clarivate Essential

Scientist personal account and profile in DB Web of Science.

February 6, 2024 15:00 – 15:45
(GMT+6 Check the start time in your time zone here)

At the webinar  will  be discussed   the most common questions related to the personal account and profile of a scientist in DB Web of Science. How to create and set up work, why scientist needs a personal account in DB Web of Science. What are the features of a scientist profile in Web of Science. Who can create such a profile. Who will have access to the information? What data can be presented in a scientist’s profile in Web of Science, how to add your articles to the profile, what doi is, what indicators besides the H-index are there and how they are calculated, integration with ORCID. Answers to questions from registration forms.


Grant Index on the Web of Science platform

February 13, 2024 15:00 – 15:45
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One of the most difficult questions is: where to find money to carry out scientific work. Recently, a new 18th database appeared on the Web of Science platform – Grant Index. During the webinar will be looked at what it includes and how to use it.  Also presenters will talk about the analysis of received and potential funding in the Web of Science Core Collection and in Pivot-RP. Answers to questions from registration forms.


How to format your work using journal format with EndNote

February 20, 2024 15:00 – 15:45
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At the webinar  will be analyzed the formats for preparing reference lists in scientific journals. Where to find what format to use for the list of references in the selected publication. What it is, how it works, how to set up the EndNote reference manager. How to create and fill your own collection. Use Cite While You Write™ to format your work. Answers to your questions.


Research Smarter

Supporting research integrity with reliable tools and data

27 February 2024 15:00 – 16:00
(GMT+6 Check the start time in your time zone here)

Today, there is an increase not only in the number of journals being published, but also in questionable publishing practices. In addition, various threats to research integrity are on the rise, including paper mills, image manipulation, and the potential for misuse of artificial intelligence. Ensuring research integrity is a collaborative effort among research institutions, researchers, funders, publishers, and database providers. Each of them must take steps to ensure the validity, accuracy and overall validity of scientific results. Join this session to learn what steps Web of Science Clarivate has taken to improve research integrity as part of it’s ongoing efforts to actively contribute to maintaining public trust in science and scholarship.


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