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Agenda 10:00-10:10 Introduction 10:10-10:40 Scopus What is Scopus? How to use Scopus? (Online Demonstration) 10:40-11:10 Coffee Break 11:10-12:20ScienceDirect What is ScienceDirect? How to use ScienceDirect? (Online Demonstration) 12:20-12:30 Questions and Answers
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What is SciVerse Scopus? • The largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed research literature and quality web sources. • More than 19,500 peer-reviewed journals from 5000 publishers: • 425 trade publications. • 325 book series. • 250 conference proceedings, • 46 million records: • 25 million records with references back to 1996 (of which 78% include references). • 21 million records pre-1996 which go back as far as 1823. • 4.8 million conference papers from proceedings and journals
Social Sciences 6,250 • Psychology • Economics • Business • A&H • etc., Health Sciences 5,950 • (100% Medline) • Nursing • Dentistry • etc., Physical Sciences 5,300 • Chemistry • Physics • Engineering • etc., Life Sciences 3,700 • Neuroscience • Pharmacology • Biology • etc., More than 19,500 titles in Scopus, titles can be in more than one subject area Breadth of coverage acrosssubject areas
The Hirsch index ‘The H-index is the highest number of papers a scientist has that have at least that number of citations.’ Nature (2005) • The Hirsch or h-index is rapidly becoming viewed as an alternative measure to the impact factor for performance evaluation. • Published by Jorge E. Hirsch in August 2005 • Popular with academic community • Can be calculated easily using the Citation Tracker and the search result page searching options.
Citations received by journal J in 2009 from A,R,CP to A,R,CP published in 2006-2008 Underlying calculation for both metrics ‘2009 Impact’ = A,R,CP published in J 2006-2008 SJR and SNIP are strong metrics for first step • SCImago Journal Rank – SJR • Prestige metric– similar to Google PageRank • Citations are weighted depending on the status of the source they come from • Developed by SCImago – Felix de Moya • Source-Normalized Impact per Paper – SNIP • SNIPmeasures contextual citation impact • Every citation is counted as 1 citation– similar to Impact Factor • SNIP is field normalized, dependent on likelihood of citation in subject field of source • Developed by Henk Moed, CWTS
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Article Share Share of Journal Articles Published Our Scientific Disciplines Environmental Sciences Earth Sciences Social Sciences 26% Elsevier Life sciences Maths & computer science 26% Others Others Physics Wiley-Blackwell Health sciences Chemistry & Chemical Engineering APS IOP Springer IEEE Taylor & Francis Materials Science & Engineering AIP ACS Wolters Kluwer Over one million English language research articles published globally each year 300,000 English language research articles published with Elsevier today
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SciVerse ScienceDirect Content Coverage • More than 11 million full-text articles from 2,500+ Elsevier journals • 23 Subject Collections • Backfiles dating back to 1823 • Early access to preprints via Articles in Press • 90+ Reference Works • 141 Book Series in 6 packages (63 titles) • 6 series Handbooks (164 volumes) • Textbooks • 5,300 eBooks • Free linking to other STM publishers via CrossRef™
Online tutorials ScienceDirect:http://www.info.sciverse.com/sciencedirect/using/quickstarttools • User Guide SciVerse Applications:http://www.info.sciverse.com/UserFiles/applications-user-guide.pdf • Elsevier Training Desk:http://trainingdesk.elsevier.com/
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