Join us for a lunchtime session on Scopus

Join us for a SciVerse Scopus Lunch & Learn Session

What is Scopus?

Scopus, like Web of Science, is a database that tracks and analyzes citations of peer-reviewed research.

Middlebury has made the switch: Web of Science (a.k.a. Science Citation Index) ends December 2011. Learn how to use Scopus instead of Web of Science:

  • Alerts, RSS and HTML feeds to stay up-to-date
  • Data export via bibiliographic managers
  • Tools to analyze, track and visualize research

Wednesday, September 21, 2011
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm 9-10 am

McCardell Bicentennial Hall 219 MBH 161 (Armstrong Computer Lab)

*Lunch Pastries and coffee included 

Two ways to sign-up
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1 thought on “Join us for a lunchtime session on Scopus

  1. Carrie

    UPDATE: Due to unforeseen scheduling complications, we are offering this Wednesday’s Scopus training as a morning session (instead of lunchtime), with pastries and coffee to sweeten the scheduling inconvenience. Feel free to stop by early to chat with the Elsevier staff who will be joining us or to leave early if you have a conflict.

    NEW Time
    9-10 am

    NEW Location
    McCardell Bicentennial Hall 161 (Armstrong Computer Lab)

    {coffee and pastries will be provided}

    Two ways to sign-up


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