Free webinars on Web of Science

Claritivate will hold a series of webinars for Dutch users on March 31, April 1, April 2 and April 3. There are 4  different topics:

 

Topic 1. Confident searching starts in Web of Science

Tuesday 31st March at 10:30

 

Topic 2. Personalisation: Make the Web of Science work for you

Tuesday 31st March at 15:30

 

Topic 3. Delivering world class Author data: Author Identities Part 1

Wednesday 1st April at 10:30

 

Topic 4. Delivering world class Author data: Author Identities Part 2

Thursday 2nd April at 10:30

 

Topic 5. Delivering high quality analytics for better decisions and better outcomes

Friday 3nd April at 10:30

 

Each workshop will take an hour. More detailed information and links for signing up may be found in this form:

Un-interrupted-research-starts-in-Web-of-Science_.pdf

Please note: the addition of “Amsterdam” indicates the time zone, not physical location.

Extra information by Clarivate:

We are aware many of our users in the Netherlands will be continuing to access our resources remotely and to ensure our Dutch users that they can continue to work as normal, we would like to promote a series of topical webinars based on various research use cases.

These sessions are open to all and can be used by the Library to promote continued access to knowledge resources.

Through a series of topical webinars using Coronavirus as a use case, our Solution Specialist will demonstrate how to exploit the Web of Science and teach you tips to search confidently!
Toelichting van Clarivate:

We are aware many of our users in the Netherlands will be continuing to access our resources remotely and to ensure our Dutch users that they can continue to work as normal, we would like to promote a series of topical webinars based on various research use cases.

These sessions are open to all and can be used by the Library to promote continued access to knowledge resources.

Through a series of topical webinars using Coronavirus as a use case, our Solution Specialist will demonstrate how to exploit the Web of Science and teach you tips to search confidently!