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Showcasing your institution’s research
Whether you are an individual researcher or an administrator of an institution, demonstrating the impact of your work plays a key role in attracting support and forging new partnerships. Attend this session to learn more about establishing robust profiles for researchers and institutions using Clarivate tools and data. Make the valuable work in your portfolio more discoverable!

Solutions in highlight: Web of Science, InCites, Converis, VIVO
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1st JULY 10AM BST
Journal Citation Reports 2021 Update
The new 2021 JCR release due in June will feature the latest refinements and additions to the journal intelligence platform’s existing store of resources. Join our webinar to find out more about how the first of these enhancements will expand the JCR’s coverage of journal literature to reflect the full breadth of research covered in all the journals in the Web of Science Core Collection. Along with its wider coverage, the next JCR release will unveil a new metric, the Journal Citation Indicator, adding more depth, insight and context to the JCR’s range of measures – well beyond a single JIF score.

Solutions in highlight: Journal Citation Reports
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