Find out how the Web of Science can work for you!
On October 14th, a Web of Science trainer will be in the Science & Engineering Information Center in Silverman Library to demonstrate Web of Science databases and answer your questions. The Web of Science indexes over 12,000 journals, 148,000 conference proceedings, and 50,000 editorially selected books across the sciences, social sciences, and humanities. Students and faculty in all areas of science and engineering will benefit from these sessions, as well as those from the health and social sciences.
Please Note: Registration is required; see below to register.
WHEN: Tuesday, October 14th
WHAT: Three sessions will teach you tips and tricks for using the Web of Science databases and how to determine citation metrics and impact factors. You can come to just one, two, or all three sessions. Your choice!
SESSION 1 11:30am-1pm Tips for Searching Web of Science (WoS) [refreshments will be served]
SESSION 2 2pm-3pm Researching Citation Metrics and Impact Factors Using WoS
SESSION 3 3pm-4pm Searching the New Patent and Data Citations Indexes on WoS
WHERE: Science & Engineering Information Center, 2nd floor, Silverman Library, Capen Hall [back by the windows]
PRIZES: Prizes, courtesy of Web of Science, will be awarded at each session!
REGISTRATION: Please register by October 6th by sending an email to Ruth Oberg in the Silverman Library at email@example.com with the following information:
- Your name:
- Your department:
- Your email:
- Which session(s) you will attend:
___ SESSION 1: Tips for Searching Web of Science (WoS)
___ SESSION 2: Researching Citation Metrics and Impact Factors Using WoS
___ SESSION 3: Searching the New Patent and Data Citations Indexes on WoS
5. Any questions or topics you would like discussed at the sessions