SciVal Training Sessions for Research Managers and Administrators

Steve Riddell from Elsevier will be in Melbourne on Tuesday 28th March 2017 to deliver the three SciVal training sessions listed below. University of Melbourne staff can register for any or all of these, depending on their level of familiarity with SciVal.

Using SciVal and Scopus to demonstrate track records for Grant Applications.
This session will cover how to create reports and how to track and report on research outputs from previously awarded grants. Their will be a focus on science, engineering, and biosciences, but the session will be informative to research management and administration staff in all disciplines.
9.30am – 11.00am
Baillieu Library, 1st floor, eLearning Studio No. 2. Bookings.

New Features & Functionalities of SciVal.
In this session anyone with some knowledge of SciVal will learn how to use several new features: Reports, CiteScore, Awarded Grants, and Mass Media.
11.30am – 1.00pm
Baillieu Library, 1st floor, eLearning Studio No. 2. Bookings.

SciVal for Newbies!
Need to assess your department’s or research group’s research performance from multiple perspectives? Need to track, demonstrate and report on research impact and translation? Not sure where to start? This session will introduce SciVal’s capabilities within a business, economics and social sciences framework, but all disciplines will find the content relevant.
2.00pm – 3.30pm
Baillieu Library, 1st floor, eLearning Studio No. 2. Bookings.

For more information, please contact Peta Humphreys, Science & Engineering Librarian: 8344 8314 / phump@unimelb.edu.au.