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Scopus for researchers

Academics, researchers and graduate students are invited to a demonstration of SciVal Scopus

Tuesday 18 June, 2.00-4.00pm

Cassandra Sims, Product Sales Manager  SciVal & Scopus(Elsevier) will showcase  Scopus, a large abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature with smart tools that track, analyze and visualize research. Cassandra will cover the best use of SJR & SNIP metrics, the Scopus Author Identifier, author feedback wizard, journal analytics, and setting alerts. Continue reading “Scopus for researchers”




A unique tattoo for your research data?

The Open Access movement around research publications is gathering momentum. Increasingly, researchers are also making their research data available in open access repositories. Attaching persistent digital identifiers to your data (DOIs) enables the data to be cited by those who use it. It can also help to link your publications with your research data. Contact us at research-data@unimelb.edu.au if you would like to learn more about Data Citation. To read some more about all this go to: http://theresearchwhisperer.wordpress.com/2013/04/23/data-citation/






Organize your research, collaborate with others & discover the latest research with Mendeley. Want to find out more?

Come to the library’s Mendeley for researchers session on 17 April. We will showcase Mendeley’s main features, highlight online social network benefits for researchers and discuss why it is one of the more popular and easy to use free reference management systems currently available. Continue reading “Organize your research, collaborate with others & discover the latest research with Mendeley. Want to find out more?”



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