Research. Smarter.
Webinars to help you power through each stage of your research journey.

What is it all about?

We care about helping experts undertake better research. This webinar series is designed to help researchers, librarians and research support staff navigate the research workflow more effectively and efficiently. Each session is free and presented by experts from across the Web of Science Group demonstrating essential training, guidance, and practical tips to help you research smarter. Check back regularly to see the topics being covered each month, or register for the entire series.

Upcoming webinars

  • Back to School: Connecting Students to Scholarly Research Fast
  • Thursday 26 September 2019 | 2pm EDT (New York, GMT-04:00) Presenter: Vanessa Melinson
    Back to school; back to research! Discover high-impact practices in the Web of Science that help promote information literacy and other skills to develop student competencies for finding scholarly research.
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On-Demand Recordings

  • What's new in the Web of Science?
    From 16 May, 2019
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  • See what's new in Web of Science to help you power through your researcher journey: harness over 1.5 billion cited references in Web of Science to uncover the right research and see real-life examples of how searching citation networks across the Web of Science universe will help you uncover research relevant to your field.

  • What research are you missing?
    Tips for understanding the complete research landscape.
    From 20 June, 2019
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  • How can you be sure that you're aware of all research relevant to your field? Our experts will show you how to set up your workflow to ensure you have a simple and repeatable way of finding past and present research from across disciplines, geographies, journals, books, conference proceedings, experimental data sets, and patents. Don't miss out on important research. Set yourself up to succeed with a comprehensive, quality-controlled workflow for research discovery.

  • Journal Citation Reports: 2019 update
    From 27 June, 2019
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  • The 2019 Journal Citation Reports are coming out this month! Learn how to analyze journal performance with and beyond Journal Impact Factors. Make better decisions about where to publish with a range of metrics and techniques thanks to our objective and independent journal intelligence.

  • Research Data Exposed
    From 21 August, 2019
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  • Are you spending countless hours trying to locate data across hundreds of disparate data repositories? Join us for expert hacks on rapidly pinpointing the data you're looking for from across research data studies, data sets, software, and more.

  • How to never miss crucial life sciences research
    From 29 August, 2019
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  • Could you be missing relevant Life Sciences research? This step-by-step tutorial will demonstrate how to reinforce your research discovery arsenal with cited-reference detection and navigation across journals, meetings, books, patents, and more in the BIOSIS Citation Index.

  • Web of Science Q&A
    From 12 September, 2019
  • Recording to be made available soon
  • Everyone is welcome to attend this open question-and-answer drop-in webinar, much like a professor's office hours. Drop in any time during the session to get answers about how to use Web of Science. Registration is required, but we will not share participants' identities during the call. Audio and screen sharing, if you choose to participate in either activity, will broadcast to all attendees.


Vanessa Melinson  MS
Solutions Specialist
Web of Science Group

Vanessa began her career in scientific research working in academia and the pharmaceutical industry. Vanessa's experience now helps institutions and researchers master their workflow.

Tracy Matthews MSLIS
Digital Education Specialist
Web of Science Group

Tracy has extensive experience teaching best practices in literature search and analytics. Using her background in librarianship, she helps organizations tackle the information needs and challenges across scholarly communication workflows.