Company Overview of Elsevier Inc.
Elsevier Inc. publishes health science books and journals for doctors, nurses, health practitioners, and students in print, online, and mobile formats. It publishes books and eBooks in the areas of medicine, nursing, dentistry, veterinary, health professions, journals and review articles, and netter collection. The company was incorporated in 1981 and is headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It has additional offices in Maryland Heights, Missouri, and New York, New York; and Argentina, Venezuela, Singapore, Brazil, Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, Canada, China, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Hong Kong, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, ...
1600 John F. Kennedy Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19103-2899
Founded in 1981
Key Executives for Elsevier Inc.
Editor-In-Chief of European Urology
Chief Executive Officer of Reed Elsevier Group Plc
President of Clinical Solutions
Head of Global Academic & Customer Relations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Elsevier Inc. Key Developments
AMI Software and Elsevier Announce Agreement for Integration of Scopus Data into AMI Enterprise Intelligence
Mar 21 15
AMI Software (AMI and Elsevier announced the agreement to provide AMI
Software's core product AMI Enterprise Intelligence (AMI EI) with access to data from Scopus, the abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature, with smart tools that track, analyze and visualize research. The AMI-Elsevier agreement allows AMI customers, with a subscription to Scopus, to import bibliographic records from Scopus, via an automated process, into AMI EI. This allows them to significantly improve the quality and the relevance of their online monitoring and data collecting projects, expanding on their capabilities of online information analyses and distribution. The creation of a dedicated Scopus connector by AMI Software will help the company gain precious time in collecting
scientific data. Combined with other information sources, this solution allows to enrich the bibliographic collections from which the company can derive data and scientific literature analyses.
Elsevier Launches ExamPrep, New Medical Exam Preparation and Simulation Tool for Medical Students
Feb 26 15
Elsevier announced the commercial launch of its new English language medical exam preparation and simulation tool, ExamPrep, across UK, Northern Europe and EMEA-LA. In collaboration with Learning Objects Inc., ExamPrep uses the latest adaptive technology to pre-test learners to formulate individual benchmarks. ExamPrep then presents questions and remediation content from Elsevier's most trusted sources - including Kumar & Clark's Cases in Clinical Medicine, Medical Sciences, and Gray's Anatomy for Students - based on their progress and performance. Students can also create their own learning plan, actively involving and engaging them in their own performance and development, as it moves them through their revision to achieve exam success. At an institutional level ExamPrep allows faculty to create assignments from an extensive bank of questions or create questions with an author questioning tool. ExamPrep also provides analytics that enables faculty to monitor students' progress, assess exam readiness, identify topics that require further review and potentially adjust their teaching to deliver improved learning outcomes. Incorporating Learning Objects' Difference Engine, Elsevier built ExamPrep on an adaptive assessment algorithm that takes into account learner mastery and established learning science.
Elsevier Launches Geofacets Mexico
Feb 24 15
Elsevier announced the launch of Geofacets Mexico, a special edition of Geofacets, designed to give Oil & Gas companies a competitive advantage in completing Mexico's Oil & Gas block bidding. This unique, cost-effective offering combines maps, seismic sections and timelines with other valuable data providing vital geological insight into the region. Geofacets Mexico contains vital data from esteemed geological publications that will help organizations to assess the geologic conditions of Mexico, enabling prospective bidders to more confidently identify viable investment opportunities within the region. Geofacets Mexico provides access to 6,600 geologic maps extracted from journals of renowned organizations including the Geological Society of London, Society for Sedimentary Research, Society of Economic Geologists and the Geological Society of America, as well as Elsevier's own resources. Additionally, it will include over 80 georeferenced maps extracted from technical reports and documents made available by the Secreteria de Energia, SENER, and from Mexico's ComisiÃ³n Nacional de Hidrocarburos (CNH) - the national hydrocarbons commission responsible for supporting the definition and implementation of Mexico's hydrocarbon policy. Furthermore, Geofacets Mexico will incorporate English translations of the Spanish technical reports. Over 5,500 of the maps in Geofacets Mexico are georeferenced, allowing for seamless integration with tools such as ArcGIS or Petrel for further analysis and interpretation.
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