Users of the Web of Knowledge databases — BIOSIS Previews, MEDLINE, Web of Science, Science Citation Index (Expanded), and Zoological Record — may be pleased to learn that recent platform upgrades include Anytime/Anywhere Access as well as improvements in searching, discovering, managing, and analyzing citations.
Have some research to do but can’t bear the thought of being indoors, staring at the sun through office blinds? Step away from your desk! Create your account from on-campus, and then use your Web of Knowledge username and password to access your account from any web-enabled mobile device — while enjoying a day at the beach or an afternoon barbecue at your parents’ house [note: Evans Library does not grant or guarantee parental approval of the latter].
Bookmark m.webofknowledge.com in your phone, log in, and you’re mobile!
Do a lot of searching for “Vitamin A,” do you? Searches are much more accurate, now that stopwords like the letter “a” are retained in your phrases.
The way results are displayed is greatly improved, too. Get a preview of abstracts in the summary list and refine results by subject area, Web of Science category, or funding agency.
If citation reports are a feature that you like, you can now view an average citation count per article and the total number of times cited without self-citations, as well as save your reports as text or Excel files directly from Web of Knowledge.
View the entire list of new Web of Knowledge features and watch informative videos at their website.