Learn about Scopus. Join the Graff Library for a Scopus Training Day on December 2nd! The Graff Library is hosting a day to learn about Scopus, how to use it, and the reasons for incorporating it into your research toolkit. We’ve asked Glenn Risolo, MLS, Customer Development Manager for Elsevier, to teach various Scopus educational sessions and provide individualized content sessions on December 2nd in the Graff Library Conference Room. Light refreshments will be served.
Scopus is a relatively recent addition to our suite of e-resources at the Graff Library. Between October 2008 and October 2009, you ran over 3,500 Scopus searches. With the purchase of it about a year ago, we added to our biomedical databases a resource that:
- is updated daily;
- provides citation access to 38 million life, health, physical and social sciences articles, Web sites, and patents;
- has the ability to track article citations;
- run comparative journal analytics; and
- identify citation patterns.
Below is the schedule for Scopus Training Day as well as descriptions for each session. Pick the session or sessions that work for you and your schedule. Each training session has a 37 person capacity.
9-10am — Basic Scopus
10:15-10:45am — Advanced Scopus
1-2pm — Basic Scopus
2:15-2:45pm — Advanced Scopus
3-5pm –- 15 minute one-on-one sessions available by appointment only. Only eight slots are available.
Basic Scopus: This hour session will introduce you to Scopus by providing an overview of the content contained within it, the various searching features, and citation tracking.
Advanced Scopus: This 30 minute session will include Author Search and how to update your author profile.
One-on-one sessions by appointment: Want individualized attention in order to address your Scopus questions or to get help with specific Scopus capabilities? If so, sign up for a 15-minute session with Glenn between 3-5pm. Eight slots are available.
Sign up online through the COH Education Calendar by November 30th at 5pm. Space is limited to 37 people per training session. Only eight slots are available for the one-on-one sessions.
Can’t wait for December 2nd? Visit this page to watch introductory demos and online tutorials on specific aspects of Scopus, such as Author Identifier.
For questions regarding these sessions and/or Scopus, contact Andrea Lynch, Scholarly Communication Librarian, at x60520 or email@example.com.