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Seminars on the Web of Science Platform Use

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A series of seminars "Possibilities of using the Web of Science citation indexing service to improve the research, education and innovation efficiency" will be held from February 26 to March 2 within the frameworks of the virtual reading room activities.

During the seminars the participants will learn the approaches to the formation of collections and indexes on the Web of Science platform; algorithms for the scientific information search and analysis, the peculiarities scientific indicators use; the possibilities of creating and interpreting reports on publications and citations of the organization, the research team and authors; tools for registration of scientific results; evaluation methods and choosing journals for the scientific articles publishing; prospects for the development of an open access movement to scientific publications and research data.


26 February, 10.00 – Belarusian Agricultural of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus Library named after. I. Lupinovich;

27 February, 10:00 – National Library of Belarus (program);

27 February, 14:00 – Belarusian National Technical University;

28 February, 10:00 – Belarusian State Economic University;

28 February, 14:00 – Maxim Tank Belarusian State Pedagogical University;

28 February, 16:00 – Belarusian State University;

1 March, 15:00 – Francisk Skorina Gomel State University;

1 March, 15:00 – Republican Scientific and Practical Center for Radiation Medicine and Human Ecology;

2 March, 13:30 – P. O. Sukhoi Gomel State Technical University.

The contact person:
Rudakovskaya Marina
Head of the Corporate Interaction Department
of the National Library of Belarus
Tel.: +375 17 293 28 90,


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