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Friday, March 02, 2007

Web of Science....

Bailey Library is pleased to introduce WEB of SCIENCE with a Training Session.
Web of Science is the online version of three print citation indexes: Arts & Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI); Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI); and Science Citation Index (SCI). Bailey Library has purchased the Science Citation Index module for the years 2002 to present. This module also included Medline, 1950 to present.

With SCI you have seamless access to current and retrospective multidisciplinary information from approximately 6,610 of the most prestigious, high impact research journals in the world. Web of Science also provides a unique search method, cited reference searching.

Database Training Session
with Tracy Matthews, Customer Education Specialist, Thomson Scientific
Date: Thursday, March 8
Time: 12:30 - 1:30
Place: Vincent Science Room 204
What can I get out of this session?
  • Efficient searching for topics, authors, journals, addresses
  • Locate forward and backward citations and related references
  • Analyze results to discover connections between papers
  • Use Citation Report to track historical citation data
  • Retrieve the full text of articles you find
  • Export results for later use
  • Monitor topics of interest to you using alerts
If you cannot make the 12:30 session please feel free to attend another session at 2:00 in Bailey Library room 213 (sorry, no door prizes available at later session).

For questions, contact your Bailey Library liaison (a list of librarians with department affiliation can be found here).


Blogger SRUResearchGrrl said...

This information session could be really helpful for students writing a research paper that has a scientific basis. It sounds as though it could prove worthwhile for those who would like some aid in using library databases to find articles.

Otherwise, check back on Cites and Bytes for an upcoming post in the Continuing Adventures of ResearchGrrl to guide you through the process of finding articles.

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