Elsevier for Librarians

Elsevier provides librarians and information professionals with a community of peers, training aids, and world-class products for you and your user communities.

Highlights for librarians

  • WEBINAR: Rise of the databrarian (Oct. 16)

    With the increased pressure in the research community to make research data available, librarians are becoming more involved in the process. Librarians are well suited to these new tasks with their experience in curation, description, preservation and access. In this one-hour webinar, learn how librarians are transitioning and enhancing current skill sets, and what new skills are required.

    Register for Rise of the databrarian

  • Marketing the Academic Library: Free ePub/PDF download

    What do the following actions have in common: seek varied opinions and diverse input, build communities via social networking, create a podcast, and innovate even if "it ain't broke"?

    They are all opportunities to market the library! If you would like to learn more, read this free ebook with excerpts from the Chandos LIS list, including The Machiavellian Librarian, Building Communities and Understanding Librarians.

    Download Marketing the Academic Library

  • Connecting researchers with their research through community adoption of ORCID

    In the 18 months since ORCID's launch in October 2012, more than three quarters of a million researchers have registered for an ORCID identifier (iD). Find out more about how universities, researchers, funders and other bodies are implementing ORCID.

    Read the article by Rebecca Bryant, Director of Community, ORCID

  • Librarians and Research Impact - Download and share the new infographic

    More and more librarians are being called upon to help track and report on the outputs and impact of research. From a landscape of article and book citations, the vista has broadened to a range of research outputs, measures and applications.

    Download and share the new infographic from Elsevier's Library Connect and Jenny Delasalle.

Library Connect Infographics

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