Web of Science Webinars
Web of Science (WoS) databases are used across the world to track and report on research data, from citations to open access, that is not tied to any particular publisher, curated and linked. The university subscribes to WoS so staff across the university have the opportunity to use and explore this vast store of research publishing information.
The core databases can be used to draw reports on an individual level or across a whole institution, and can be used to compare institutions. As you can imagine there is a huge amount of data available so instruction on analysis techniques and the possibilities cannot be covered in one web page; see the links below to get you started, or speak to colleagues who may have some knowledge of running research data enquiries.
Essential tips every researcher should follow to really understand a research field and pdf version of this webinar; Essential Tips WebEx 2020-04 (pdf)
Register/sign in to start exploring the research data:
Journal Citation Reports; an annual report compiles by WoS aggregates the meaningful connections of citations created by the research community through the delivery of a rich array of publisher-independent data, metrics and analysis of the world’s most impactful journals included in the Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE) and Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), part of the Web of Science Core Collection.
The world's original citation index; Web of Science Core Collection provides cover-to-cover indexing back to 1900 across the world’s highest-quality and most impactful publications.
A trusted source of open access data; Over 12 million gold and green versioned articles, as well as bronze free-to-read articles, are available from 5,000 fully open access, hybrid and subscription journals curated by our in-house team and trusted partners.
The database platform in numbers;
- 254 subject categories
- 34,200 journals indexed cover-to-cover
- 12M peer-reviewed full-text open access versions
- 12.5M records with funding data
- 80M patents for over 40M inventions
- 4,900+ publishing partners
- Backfiles to 1900 with cover-to-cover indexing
- 1.6B cited references