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Elsevier Sessions

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On April the 7th, world-leading publisher company Elsevier are running several events for research active staff.

Following on from the success of his previous visit, Anthony Newman is once again offering his very popular author seminar, which will be free of charge to attend. Anthony Newman is a Senior Publisher with Elsevier. Currently responsible for several laboratory medicine and biochemistry journals, he joined Elsevier 28 years ago and has been a publisher for the last 15 years. Whilst Anthony is from a life science background, the lessons from this seminar are transferrable to researchers at any stage in their career from any discipline.

To register for tickets, please visit:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/elsevier-author-seminar-tickets-32659360025
In addition to the above session, Michaela Kurschilden will also be running two sessions to offer training on some of the services provided by Elsevier. These useful events will provide participants with the tools to engage with both the Scopus and Mendeley systems. These services are great for the management and analysis of your research.

To register for these sessions visit:

Scopus
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/why-scopus-content-is-relevant-to-you-tickets-32847469666

Mendeley
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/introduction-to-mendeley-tickets-32847752512

We anticipate all these sessions to be very popular so register now to avoid missing out.

For more information please contact us at RKE-Systems@mmu.ac.uk

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