8 Reasons to Use Web of Science

Web of Science includes not only Science Citation Index but Social Sciences and Arts and Humanities databases, as well.

  • 1. Find Journal Articles
    Search multidisciplinary Databases for articles by subject, author, journal, and/or author address.
  • 2. Find who cited your work and where it is cited.
    Set up an account to receive E-mail alerts each time your work is cited.
  • 3. Keep up with new articles on a topic Set up an account to receive articles by either e-mail or RSS feeds as they are published.
  • 4. Make your own journal list
    View the table of contents from each journal you select.
  • 5. Journal Citation Reports Find the Impact factors of journals to decide where  to submit your scholarly work.
  • 6. Results Analysis Tool  to sort your results by author, country, document type, institution name, language, publication year, source title and subject area.
  • 7. Check Citation Report to see trends in publishing within the last 20 years, e.g. find out which institution is actively conducting a particular type of research within the last five years.
  • 8. Manage your references.
    Create a bibliography by exporting references to EndNote RefMan or Procite.

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