Held: December 15, 2015, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Eastern Time
Getting your content in front of your users is one of the most difficult things to achieve. Making sure your content is indexed in the largest databases used by researchers, faculty and students is imperative. This webinar will offer steps and tips on how to ensure your content is properly indexed and discoverable in NLM’s Medline, Thomson Reuters’ Web of Science, and Elsevier’s Scopus databases. Join us as we uncover the mysteries of abstracting and indexing.
- How-to advice on where to go to get content indexed
- A review of the different kinds of databases in which content can appear
- Changes to how content is being added to these databases
Angela Cochran, Director, Journals, American Society of Civil Engineers
David Gillikin, Chief, Bibliographic Services Division, National Library of Medicine
David Gillikinis the Chief, Bibliographic Services Division at the U.S. National Library of Medicine, where he oversees activities involved with creation, maintenance, training and documentation for the MEDLINE/PubMed database and for NLM terminology products. This work includes journal review and selection for inclusion into MEDLINE, the MEDLINE and UMLS data licensing programs, the production of the NLM Technical Bulletin and the annual MEDLINE reload process. Prior to coming to NLM, Mr. Gillikin was a technical manager at HighWire Press. While there, he managed the development and production of the HighWire search portal and the HighWire electronic production department.
Joelle Masciulli, Head of Research Discovery, Thomson Reuters
Joelle has various management roles at Thomson Reuters including Editorial Director for the Web of Science as well as leading the Content Strategy for the Government and Academia division within IP&Science. Today Joelle is responsible designing and executing the strategy for the Research Discovery segment including most notably, the Web of Science.
Wim Meester, PhD, Head of Product Management for Content Strategy, Elsevier
Dr. Wim Meester holds a PhD in Organic Chemistry from the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. In 2006, Wim joined Elsevier as a Publisher for the Animal Science, Forensic Science and Legal Medicine journal portfolios. Since 2010, Wim has been working for Scopus. Currently, he is the Head of Product Management for Scopus in the Research Applications & Platform group.