Build my knowledge: Effectively collect, organize and retrieve your personal knowledge base
For a researcher, building knowledge is a complex and time-consuming process: finding and evaluating the relevance of information is only the first step; then comes the need to properly collect, organize, retrieve and use literature and data to create a true knowledge-base.
Related whitepapers, case studies, etc.
Innovation at Cell Press: Make the most of free Cell Press resources
Best Practices in Submitting Research for Highly Selective Journals
How to Prepare Your Manuscripts for Publication in Top Journals
Webinars that may also interest you
Elsevier's Research Intelligence,Ethically Analyze Academic Output with SciVal Metrics
Moriah Gonzales Research Administrator II, Texas Tech University & Linda Galloway - Customer Consultant, Elsevier
26 August 2020
Librarian best practices ensure uninterrupted access to research and education
Emily Singley, Boston College; Naomi Visser, Stellenbosch University
13 August 2020
Strategies for Securing Early Career Research Funding
Melodi Moore, University of Texas Galveston; Cristal P. Sanchez, Texas Tech; and Linda Galloway, Elsevier
15 July 2020