In 2020, we will continue our updated series of free webinars in Russian. We will be grateful for spreading the information among your colleagues. You can attend one or more webinars. Registration is required separately for each selected webinar. Participants who listen to at least 90% of each of the webinars in one of the three series will be sent a certificate of participation (please note that sometimes such emails end up in the “spam”folder). Please make sure that you enter the same email address when registering for all webinars. Your last name will be indicated in the certificate in Russian as it was indicated in the questionnaire.
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Schedule, may 2020
Series 1. Clarivate Tools for effective research
Series 1 webinars are conducted by Irina Tikhonkova, PhD.
Search capabilities of the Web of Science Core Collection database Web of Science Core Collection: archive depth, selection, remote access capabilities, and user profile renewal. Available content: collections of SCIE, SSCI, ANCI, and ESCI journals, monographs, and conference materials. Search and analyze literature, partnerships, and journals for publication. What funds have funded research on your topic? Have scientists from a particular country / organization received grants? Open access. Paid and free publications. How to find materials that are not in English. Saving the selected results. Typical errors in the search. Answers to questions from listeners.
– May 12, Tuesday 8: 00 (Moscow time)
– May 13, Wednesday 10: 00 (Moscow time)
– May 14, Thursday 14: 00 (Moscow time)
Presentation of the scientist’s achievements
Evaluation of scientific activity. Main scientometric indicators: impact factor, h-index, CNCI, etc. Correct and incorrect usage. Where and how scientists lose money. How can I find a scientist’s publications in Web of Science? Who and where the quotes in my work? How can I increase the number of citations? Can I quote my work? Self-archiving. What a scientist can and cannot do with their publication. Role and capabilities of author profiles Publons, ResearcherID, Orcid, and Researchgate. Answers to questions from listeners.
– May 12, Tuesday 14: 00 (Moscow time)
– May 13, Wednesday 8: 00 (Moscow time)
– May 14, Thursday 10: 00 (Moscow time)
Publication strategy of the scientist
Purpose and objectives of the publication. Document types and their functions. Quality criteria for scientific publications. Business models of the publication. The publishing process is. Evaluation and selection of publications, where and how to publish for free. JCR, MJL WoS CC-how can these resources help? The date of publication. Structure of the experimental article. Peer review. Why articles are rejected. What is unacceptable in scientific communication. Distribution of the publication. Checking the indexing of a publication in the Web of Science Core Collection. Examples of predatory publications, how not to become their victim. Answers to questions from listeners.
– May 12, Tuesday 10: 00 (Moscow time)
– May 13, Wednesday 14: 00 (Moscow time)
– May 14, Thursday 8: 00 (Moscow time)
Clarivate Series 2. Advanced features of Clarivate information tools
Information platform Web of Science and Russian Science Citation Index (joint webinar Clarivate Analytics and e-Library)
Web of Science – not just the Core Collection! Overview of information databases on the Web of Science platform. Thematic, regional and specialized databases of scientific information. Features of information searches in various databases. Russian Science Citation Index – RSCI) – a database of the most influential scientific journals in Russian on the Web of Science platform-a joint project of Clarivate Analytics and the Scientific electronic library (elibrary.ru). How and who selects scientific journals for RSCI? How is the monitoring of scientific journals in the RSCI? Webinars are held: Valentin Bogorov, head of educational programs at Clarivate Analytics, Pavel Arefyev, head of the analytical Department of the Scientific electronic library. Duration of the webinar: 1.5 hours.
– May 20, Wednesday 10: 00 (Moscow time)
– May 20, Wednesday 14: 00 (Moscow time)
Advanced features of Web of Science and Kopernio
Advanced search features, logical operators and truncation symbols, and combining search fields. Search by reference literature: evaluating the citation of the journal and non-indexed documents. Save your search history and configure notifications. Automatic search for complete texts using the Kopernio extension: configuring access, storing publications, adding entries to bibliographic managers, and creating links to documents. Accessing your organization’s subscriptions remotely. Conducts webinars Varvara Sosedova.
– May 18, Monday 10: 00 (Moscow time)
– May 19, Tuesday 7: 00 (Moscow time)
– May 21, Thursday 14: 00 (Moscow time)
Evaluating and planning the organization’s publication activity
Creating and updating the organization profile of the Organization Enhanced. Creating a report on publishing activities in the Web of Science. Introduction to the InCites analytical tool: updated interface, indicators, filters, and thresholds. Application of InCites for comparative evaluation of efficiency and productivity of organizations, analysis of collaborations. Creating basic and custom reports, exporting results from the Web of Science Core Collection. Conducts webinars Varvara Sosedova.
– May 18, Monday 14: 00 (Moscow time)
– May 19, Tuesday 10: 00 (Moscow time)
– May 21, Thursday 7: 00 (Moscow time)
Series 3: Practical recommendations for publication in international journals
Webinars series 3 is conducted by Valeria Kurmakayeva
How to learn to understand international journals
Indicators of a high-quality scientific publication. Impact factor and quartiles. Creating a list of thematic publications for publication using Web of Science, EndNote (Match), Journal Citation Reports, Master Journal List. The concept of a predatory (garbage, dishonest) magazine and its main features. Examples of predatory mailings: how to check where you were asked to send an article.
– May 25, Monday 08: 00 (Moscow time)
– May 26, Tuesday 15: 00 (Moscow time)
– May 27, Wednesday 11: 00 (Moscow time)
EndNote features for working with bibliography
Create your own bibliographic database using EndNote Online. Sorting records, creating groups, and managing access to them. Using templates for bibliography design. Using the cite-While-You-Write module for Microsoft Word and creating a list of references directly when writing a text.
– May 25, Monday 11: 00 (Moscow time)
– May 26, Tuesday 08: 00 (Moscow time)
– May 27, Wednesday 15: 00 (Moscow time)
How to prepare a publication for an international journal
Structure of the scientific article. Practical tips for writing the main sections. Distinctive features of academic English. Making an annotation. The headers are written. The choice of keywords. The expectations of the editor. Main reasons for publication refusals. Work with the revisions of the reviewers.
– May 25, Monday 15: 00 (Moscow time)
– May 26, Tuesday 11: 00 (Moscow tiime)
– May 27, Wednesday 08: 00 (Moscow time)