Seminar - Web of Knowledge, Web of Science, Journal Citation Reports
9 November 2012
Measuring research impact seminars
Need to evaluate journal performance? Find your h-index or other citation information for grant applications, promotions, job applications? Staff of the Medical Sciences Libraries have great pleasure in inviting all staff (including affiliated clinical and research staff) and students, to attend one/both of these seminars, and find out about two important library resources.
Please see contact Elizabeth Pigott firstname.lastname@example.org, providing your contact details, location and nominate which seminar/s, if you wish to attend via video conference.
Web of Knowledge, Web of Science, Journal Citation Reports
The session will include a demonstration of recent enhancements to the Web of Knowledge platform and important features of Web of Science and Journal Citation reports including:
- How to find and view vital citation information for an individual or an institution, such as sum of Times Cited, average citations per item and year, and the h-index.
- How to find hidden trends and patterns, gain insight into emerging fields of research, identify leading researchers, institutions, and journals, and trace the history of a particular field of study
- How to keep up-to-date with the information that matters to you by setting up Search and Citation Alerts via email or RSS feeds.
- How to use Journal Citation Reports (JCR) to identify the most appropriate, influential journals in which to publish.
Time: 1.30pm - 3pm
Location: Norman Gregg Lecture Theatre, Edward Ford Building
Contact: Elizabeth Pigott