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SciVal at UofR

The University of Regina has recently subscribed to SciVal, an on-line bibliometric tool that offers access to research performance data of over 19,300 research institutions, from 231 nations worldwide.

SciVal is available for all University of Regina students, faculty members, researchers, and staff.

This tool uses advanced data analytics applied to the Scopus database, which will allow Faculty and researchers to raise their visibility and highlight expertise and achievements; expand networks; and, locate and evaluate potential collaborators and mentors.  

Find collaborators
for research projects

funding applications
with impactful data

Discover relevant
areas of research







How to access SciVal

Access to SciVal is controlled through a specific range of UofR IP addresses. If you are logging in from home using a personal computer (and personal IP address), you will either need to use the remote desktop function or you will need to log into the UofR network using the VPN.
  1. Go to and click on the "Sign-in" box at the top right corner of the screen;
  2. Click on "Sign in via your institution". You will likely be asked to create an account with your name and email address;
  3. Eventually, you will see the UofR login screen. Enter your UofR credentials;
  4. You should now be in SciVal.
Note: If you encounter any problems with accessing SciVal after registering your account and trying to log in with the UofR credentials try the steps below.
  1. Click on "Check access";
  2. Click on "Try another way";
  3. Type your UofR email address and click "Continue";
  4. Look for a confirmation email from Elsevier in your inbox;
  5. Click on the link in this email to allow your first log in;
  6. Subsequent log-ins will follow normal procedure.

SciVal at-a-glance

View overall performanceOverall SciVal

Benchmark progress

Benchmarking SciVal

View international collaborators

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If you are interested in getting training on SciVal, send an email to
with the desired topic and date, as well as your name and faculty/department.

Session Name Date Time
Introductory Session October 19, 2020 9 - 10:30 am
In-Depth Session October 20, 2020 9 - 11 am
Ad hoc Session October 21, 2020 9 - 10 am
Ad hoc Session October 21, 2020 10 - 11 am
Ad hoc Session October 22, 2020 9 - 10 am
Ad hoc Session October 22, 2020 10 - 11 am
Q&A Session October 23, 2020 9 - 10 am
Scopus Profile November 2, 2020 9 - 10:30 am
Introductory Session November 3, 2020 9 - 10:30 am
In-Depth Session November 4, 2020 9 - 11 am
Ad hoc Session November 5, 2020 9 - 10 am
Ad hoc Session November 5, 2020 10- 11 am
Q&A Session November 6, 2020 9 - 10 am















Introductory Session

  • General introduction about the tool
  • For a general audience who just wants to learn about the tool and see if this could be of interest to them
  • Usually 1h to 1h30

In-Depth Session

  • For those who want to use SciVal and learn the “how to”
  • Usually 2h+

Ad hoc Session

  • For schools, departments, institutes, specific offices, associate deans of research
  • The content for these sessions can be targeted to the group's needs. The content would depend on the timing. The SciVal expert would  help to prepare those sessions.
  • Usually 1h to 1h30


  • Designed for existing users who use SciVal infrequently and forgot their initial training
  • Usually 1h

Use Case Sessions

  • Sessions covering specifically one feature of the tool or a specific use case
  • For example, “How to use reporting features?”, “How to create groups of researchers in SciVal?”, “How to create ad-hoc fields of research in SciVal”? "SciVal Administration and Set-up”