Research Intelligence customer hub France
Empowering professionals in the academic and research world in France.
To support academic and research professionals in France, our team created this hub which features articles, upcoming events and webinars, and much other information.
Visit us to meet our specialists and benefit from world-class content at one of the events that Elsevier organizes or participates in each year.
Date and time
SciVal user day 2024
Will be announced soon
We regularly organize webinars to help you overcome different challenges, present new information or share successful experiences. Discover our upcoming webinars and access recordings of previous sessions.
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Access our series of recorded webinars and tap into knowledge at your convenience.
SciVal, pour que faire?(opens in new tab/window)(Mot de passe: YA78N+2Y)
Scopus, pour que faire? Session du 28 février (opens in new tab/window)(Mot de passe: wvZ?2&ri)
De la qualité des données dans Scopus et SciVal, un élément essentiel(opens in new tab/window)(Mot de passe : france21!)
European digital event hub
Discover a calendar of upcoming live presentations and a library of on-demand webinars in English, ranging in topics from ScienceDirect search tips to assessing research impacts on society.
The six-week online certification program includes six modules: thematic research, author profiles, indicators, Scopus APIs, institutional profiles and user outreach. The program is free, but your institution must have a Scopus subscription. You will need approximately six hours to complete this route in total. One hour per week, and one module each week. As the program is online, you can participate on the day or time that suits you. As a Scopus certified librarian or documentalist, you will have the opportunity: to develop in-depth knowledge of solutions to conduct research, identify collaborations, and have key indicators to establish and develop internal training programs to support your users to develop in-depth know-how and skills in monitoring and evaluating research to share your experience in order to develop best practices and guide relay people in their developments,Scopus More than 150 users of Scopus across France have already obtained Scopus certification, an online program of 6 modules spread over 6 weeks. Here is an article that presents the training offered: Library Connect article. This year, several cohorts are planned again in French, with the program reflecting recent changes in functionality and user interface: The next Scopus certification cohort will take place from June 5 to July 17, 2023 You can register for one of the Scopus 2023 certification cohorts.
Offered in English
The six-week online certification programme consists of six modules:
Getting started with SciVal,
Measurement and Indicators
Working with researchers and groups of researchers
User awareness and deployment.
The programme is free of charge, and is an integral part of your institution's subscription to SciVal. In total, it will take you approximately six hours to complete the programme at a rate of one hour per week, and one module per week. You can choose the time that suits you best.
At the end of the programme, you will be able to:
Explain how to get started with SciVal
Discuss indicators and the information that can be derived from them
Work with researchers and groups of researchers
Build reports and explain how to deploy SciVal in your institution
SciVal Nearly 50 French users are now SciVal certified. New cohorts are of course being organised this year. The format is also organised over 6 weeks and allows participants to acquire a solid knowledge base of SciVal functionalities, while offering them the opportunity to network with SciVal users from other institutions. For more information, click here: SciVal Certification Program.
The next SciVal cohort is likely to take place between 9 October and 19 November 2023.
SciVal Graduate School
Offered in English
Are you already SciVal certified and would like to take further training to expand your skills? The SciVal Graduate School is specifically designed for users who have successfully completed the SciVal Certification Program. It is based on the six initial modules of the certification program and includes optional modules:
Module 7: Mapping the Research Landscape (completed)
Module 8: Working with Researchers and Research Groups 2.0
Module 9: International Collaboration and Partnership
Module 10: Open access analysis
Module 11: Interoperability solutions (Scopus-SciVal-Pure-Data Monitor)
Module 12: SciVal API
Module 13: Rankings
Research Data Management Librarians Academy (RDMLA)
Offered in English
The RDMLA, a free online professional development programme for librarians, information professionals and others, is now available and offers individuals the opportunity to develop skills in research data management. RDMLA is aimed primarily at librarians, but is also relevant to researchers. The programme consists of eight modules, which you can attend one after the other, or independently, as you wish. Each module lasts an average of one hour and consists of videos, slides, demonstrations, reading resources and self-assessments. The RDMLA and general information about it can be found here.
Available in French
In consultation with its consultant, each institution can determine its own training programme, for progressive learning according to its needs and priorities, throughout the subscription to the solution.
These sessions can be adjusted to suit the target audience, e.g. lecturers, librarians and documentalists, members of the research department, etc.
The sessions focus on themes that are important to you. For example, they may cover searches in Scopus, research visibility, relevant indicators for monitoring the impact of publications, monitoring trends, the visibility of your institution and its laboratories, etc. These training courses are subject to change as the functionality of the solutions develops.
If you are interested in organising such sessions, please contact your consultant.
News and articles
Research evaluation as seen by Anne-Catherine Rota (Elsevier)
Interview by News Tank TV. Published on 03/04/2023
Anne-Catherine Rota, head of institutional affairs and research intelligence at Elsevier, talks to News Tank TV. The News Tank TV programme, hosted by Gilbert Azoulay, is made possible by a partnership between News Tank and the ISCPA, which welcomes us to its studios and edits the programmes.
Aiming for zero net emissions: how is French research positioning itself?
What is the role of French research in the ecological transition? How can it initiate societal and ecological change? These were the issues addressed by the speakers at this webinar organised by Campus Matin and its partner Elsevier on 31 May 2022.
Research mobilises to meet the challenge of a zero-carbon future
Article in Campus Matin
Research into clean energy is growing fast, rising from 1% of all publications in 2001 to 5% in 2020. But this progress must not mask the challenges that lie ahead. Elsevier's new report, "Pathways to Net Zero", aims to provide a better understanding of clean energy research and innovation and how they are contributing to achieving a "net zero" future.
The Elsevier Researcher Academy has been developed in collaboration with global experts. Free e-learning resources for researchers: academic skills and research careers.