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Training Sessions to Facilitate Research Collaboration
The Syracuse University Office of Research and the Syracuse University Libraries will host four training sessions for Experts@Syracuse. This tool is designed to create, manage and make public Syracuse University researcher profiles, enabling research networking and expertise discovery, all while reducing administrative burden for researchers, faculty and staff.
Training sessions have been scheduled for the following dates:
- Thursday, Sept. 15, 2 p.m., 608 Bird Library
- Friday, Sept. 16, 10 a.m., 114 Bird Library
- Thursday, Sept. 22, 2 p.m., 608 Bird Library
- Friday, Sept. 23, 10 a.m., 114 Bird Library
The key benefits of Experts@Syracuse:
- Creates Expert profiles that are continuously updated using Scopus data, without the delays and personnel demands associated with manual input.
- Identifies funding opportunity recommendations (e.g., federal, state and private funding sources) that are matched and distributed to individuals in the system. Notification options are easily customizable.
- Provides expertise identification that allows anyone at the University, or anyone in the world, to browse or search for a researcher’s distinctive expertise, based on publication history and designated interests.
- Provides sponsored award information that allows anyone to see which experts are working on what sponsored projects.
- Easily creates CVs and National Institutes of Health biosketches that can be exported as a Word or PDF file or published online. Researchers have the ability to easily customize the CV format and specify which publications are displayed.
For more information, contact Stuart Taub, Office of Sponsored Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org or 315.443.9356, or Anne Rauh, Syracuse University Libraries at email@example.com or 315.443.9770. More information also can be found on the Experts@Syracuse FAQ page.