Elsevier for Librarians
Tools and resources to enhance your skills, provide library services and advocate within your institution
As a librarian, you are a daily force in facilitating the research discovery and workflow of your scholars, researchers and practitioners. And you play a critical role in managing research information. At Elsevier, we partner with you in providing trusted content and analytical solutions to empower knowledge.
Resources to enhance your skills and advance your career
Providing library services
Resources to help you plan, promote and provide services
Resources to develop and share stories about library value
Learning and tools highlights
Free RDM training for librarians
The Research Data Management Librarian Academy is a free online program created by a team of expert librarians. The curriculum features 8 self-paced learning units. The RDMLA is sponsored by Elsevier.
Conducting a successful literature search: Tools, terms and techniques
When a librarian isn’t available to offer support, this quick reference guide helps your researchers identify the terms, tools and techniques they need to conduct a successful search.
5 ways to share your collection impact story with library administrators
From crafting your story around strategic objectives to listing collection goals, this one-page brief can assist you in forming a collection impact presentation for administrators.
Library Connect articles and webinars
Launching a library digital humanities center (DHC)
In collaboration with a campus-wide Digital Humanities Initiative, a university library began a grass-roots effort to open a new DHC and share their lessons learned.
Open science roundup
In this webinar rated 4.8 out of 5.0 by attendees, Elsevier product managers present tools that enable inclusive, collaborative and transparent research.
Year three of an OER program and OA journals
As a relatively new entrant in the open science arena, the University of the Pacific has awarded 46 faculty OER grants, published 49 OA articles and saved students over $250,000.
Answering researchers’ top questions
Learn how Scopus can help you address questions on where to publish and how to stand out in a competitive landscape.