We now have Web of Knowledge!

After years of effort, Christopher Center Library Services is proud to announce that we now have two Web of Knowledge databases: Web of Science (includes science, arts & humanities, and social science editions) and Journal Citation Reports!

Web of Science is best known for providing a benchmark of both scholars’ and institutions’ scholarly output and influence.  We have a 10 year backfile-so searches return results from 2002-present from over 12,000 high impact research journals and 148,000 conference proceedings across the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities.  Web of Science is available through our databases pages (under W and individual subjects); or click here for direct link.

Journal Citation Reports is best known for providing impact factors for journals in the sciences and social sciences.  Within a field, you can compare the most frequently cited journals, see the journals with the highest impact, and see which journal publishes the most articles in a field.  Journal Citation Reports is available through our database pages (under J and Reference); or click here.

Along with Web of Science and Journal Citation Reports, we also now have access to EndNote Web (accessible through either of the two databases), a bibliographic management tool.

About Ruth Connell

I am the Christopher Center's Electronic Services Librarian. I lead the library's web site team, coordinate digitization projects, conduct database maintenance and negotiations, manage the integrated library system's public interface, and oversee the Interlibrary Loan Department. In addition, I am the library liaison to business, economics, mathematics/computer science, information technology, international economics & cultural affairs (IECA), international commerce & policy (ICP), and a few related programs.
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