Dimensions Webinars

Future Webinars

Informing Collection Development with the Dimensions API: an interview with Lauren Castle at UNSW

Jun 24th 1:00pm - 2:00pm AEST
Lauren Castle is a Collection Development Librarian at the University of New South Wales. Lauren’s team have been using the Dimensions API to provide additional insight into how the Library Collection is used and to inform collection development decisions. In this interview and Q&A session, find out how Lauren…

Using Dimensions to Track and Report on Rejected Submissions

Jul 7th 3:00pm - 4:00pm BST
Come to our webinar and learn how to leverage the nearly 120 million publication records in Dimensions to scalably report on your rejected submissions. Easily find if rejected submissions were eventually published, by whom, and what impact they have created. You will gain key insights to help steer submission review…

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Introducing datasets as a new content type to Dimensions

On Demand
The Dimensions database now integrates more than 1.4m datasets as a new content type. In this webinar you will learn what datasets are and which datasets are integrated into the Dimensions information ecosystem, why datasets are important for you and your work, and how you can use the datasets integrated into Dimensions to your advantage.

Using Dimensions to make strategic collection development decisions

On Demand
Dimensions offers the most comprehensive collection of linked data in a single platform; from grants, publications, datasets and clinical trials to patents and policy documents. Because Dimensions maps the entire research lifecycle, it allows you to follow your institution’s research from funding through publishing output to impact. In this webinar…

Using Dimensions to Evaluate Postgraduate Success of Texas A&M’s PhD students in Research Careers

On Demand
Tracking the success of PhD students while enrolled at your institution and post-graduation can help improve graduate programs as well as support accreditation and graduate program reviews. Until recently, Texas A&M recorded and tracked PhD students’ progress while they were attending A&M, but rarely after they graduate. Recently, The…

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