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VIDEO Web of Science (WoS): introduction

Web of Science (WoS) is a portal of several scholarly databases. Ghent University has access to: Science Citation Index (SCI) Social Science Citation Index (SSCI) Arts & Humanities Citation Index (AHCI) Conference Proceedings Citation Index - Science (CPCI-S) Conference Proceedings Citation Index - Social Science & Humanities (CPCI-SSH) Emerging Sources ...    Read more

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Scopus versus Web of Science - de verschillen

In de markt voor multidisciplinaire citatiedatabanken zijn Web of Science (WoS) en Scopus de twee grote spelers. Web of Science bestaat al lang (sinds 1961) en heeft een gevestigde reputatie. Scopus is jonger (2004) maar is intussen ook wereldwijd bekend als 'de andere professionale citatiedatabank'. Beide databanken zijn steeds meer ...    Read more

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Web of Science: how do you save a search query?

Search query Enter a search query. Saving your search history Click on "Search History" (top right) and then click on "Save History / Create Alert". Register or log in Register with your UGent email address or log in if you already have a WoS account. Name your search query Naming ...    Read more

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Web of Science: how to find the impact factor and ranking of a journal?

Open Web of Science Go to the library catalogue lib.ugent.be > Databases > WoS : Web of Science. Open the citation reports Click JOURNAL CITATION REPORTS in the top menu. Look up the journal Enter the title, the short title, or the ISSN of the journal you’re looking for in ...    Read more

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Web of Science: what is My Research Assistant (app) and how do I use it?

Web of Science (Clarivate) developed a new app to help you access their database from wherever you are. But what can you do with it exactly, and how can you start using it? What can you do with it? The app allows you to access Web of Science, save search ...    Read more

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EndNote: how to import multiple references from Web of Science

You can import up to 500 references at the same time from Web of Science into your EndNote library. To do this, enter your search query > click "Export" > click "EndNote desktop" You will see a pop-up where you can enter the amount of references you want to import. ...    Read more

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Wetenschap: Spotting Bad Science

Infographic die het onderscheid illustreert tussen goede en slechte (pseudo-)wetenschap:    Read more

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SciFinder Scholar (Web version)

SciFinder, a resource from the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), is a curated database of chemical and bibliographic information that covers several scientific and biomedical fields, with an emphasis on chemistry. SciFinder is an appropriate resource to consult for literature searches and to find background information on chemicals, drugs, and ...    Read more

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VIDEO EndNote: how can you import references?

You can import references into EndNote from many different databases. In the clips below, we explain how to import references from the four most commonly used ones: the library's catalogue, Web of Science, Scopus, and Google Scholar. Library catalogue: lib.ugent.be Web of Science Scopus Google Scholar    Read more

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Remote access & VPN

For copyright reasons, most electronic resources (databases and journals) can only be consulted within the UGent network. In the library catalogue they have an indication "UGent only". You don't have to be on campus to be able to access these resources. Off-campus access is easy through Athena. Just open ...    Read more

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Critical reading: the CRAAP test

You want to base your academic, scientific research on scientifically sound sources. Often, the publisher already gives you an insight into how reliable the source is; publishers of A1-journals, for instance, already peer-review their articles. Academic libraries collect scientific literature, etc.However, you can also find many interesting sources on ...    Read more

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ORCID: what is it?

ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) provides a persistent identifier that will distinguish a researcher from other researchers throughout their scholarly career. An ORCID is globally unique and will continuously refer to the same researcher. Funders (e.g. NIH, HEFCE, ...) and publishers (e.g.. Elsevier, American Association for the Advancement of ...    Read more

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Open Access colours: gold, green, hybrid and more

Open Access comes in different colours. While we especially use the term green OA, gold OA and hybrid OA, other terms refine those broader terms. This tip addresses some of the Open Access flavours. Diamond Open Access: not-for-profit, non-commercial organizations, associations or networks publish material that is made available online ...    Read more

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Article submission for publication

How do you get your article published in a journal? How do you choose the right journal? The Kenniscentrum voor de Gezondheidszorg Gent (KCGG) lists several tips for the medical sciences. Here's a selection of generally applicable tips. How do you select a journal? CriterionTools Content SJFinder Find ...    Read more

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Waar vind ik hulp bij het schrijven van een paragraaf over impact/disseminatie/wetenschapscommunicatie/valorisatie?

Steeds vaker verwachten organisaties voor onderzoeksfinanciering dat je kan duiden welke stappen je zal ondernemen om het bereik en bij uitbreiding de impact van je onderzoek te vergroten. Hoewel elke financiering er zijn eigen woordenschat en insteek op na houdt, zijn er toch een aantal algemene adviezen en hulpmiddelen die ...    Read more

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Open Access to your publications

Open Access refers to the practice of making peer-reviewed scholarly research and literature freely available online to anyone interested. Open means anyone can freely access, use, modify, and share for any purpose, subject, at most, to requirements that preserve provenance and openness. It does not affect authors' freedom to choose ...    Read more

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VIDEO Scopus (Elsevier)

Scopus is an interdisciplinary bibliographical database with more than 61 million items from 105 countries in over 40 languages. It contains: Peer-reviewed journals published from 1823 onwards Conference proceedings Books (mainly on social sciences, the arts and philosophy) Patents Scopus maintains the following criteria to ensure qualitative resources: The publications ...    Read more

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Assess the quality of a scholarly journal

Researchers can choose from tens of thousands of scholarly journals to disseminate their research results.  It is not always easy to find out which ones are reliable. General rules Think. Check. Submit is a checklist to help you identify the right journal for your research. Does Web of Science list ...    Read more

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DMPonline.be: when and how to sign in via ORCID?

  This tip explains in which situations you might want to sign into and use DMPonline.be via ORCID, and how to do this.   For more general information on how to use the planning tool DMPonline.be, check out the following tips: On drafting a data management plan (DMP) On ...    Read more

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Open Access mandaat voor Horizon Europe projecten

Voor alle Horizon Europe projecten geldt een Open Access mandaat. Dat betekent dat alle peer-reviewed publicaties van een project openlijk toegankelijk moeten worden gemaakt door ze te deponeren in een repository en dit onmiddelijk na publicatie van het artikel. Onderzoekers aan de Universiteit Gent kunnen voldoen aan dit mandaat door ...    Read more

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Open Access in Belgian legislation

On September 5th 2018, the Belgian Official Journal published an Open Access provision in the Belgian law. This law gives authors the right to make scholarly publications available in Open Access with a maximum embargo period of  6 months for Science Technology and Medicine (STM) and 12 months for Social Science ...    Read more

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VIDEO FAIR: What are the FAIR data principles?

FAIR refers to a set of attributes that enable and enhance the reuse of data (and other digital objects) by both humans and machines. The 'FAIR' acronym stands for: Findable Accessible Interoperable Reusable The FAIR principles originated in the life sciences, but can also be applied ...    Read more

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Open Research Data for ERC grants

What is it about? The European Commission has been encouraging open access to and reuse of digital research data through the Open Research Data Pilot (ORD Pilot), following FAIR data principles:All research data should be Findable, Accessible,  Interoperable  and  Reusable  (FAIR). The ERC has adopted this approach for their ...    Read more

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Creative commons: open licence for copyrighted works

General info A Creative Commons licence is an open licence. These kinds of licences allow certain, globally recognised, standardised re-use of copyrighted material. It is a so called upfront licence. You don't have to ask for permission to access, share or use a protected work, the permission is granted automatically. ...    Read more

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