Web of Science and Journal Citation Reports Renewed

The Library is pleased to announce that it has renewed two important resources that will give students and faculty access to valuable information, data, and research. 

Web of Science is an abstract and index database of peer-reviewed journals, books, reports, and conference proceedings in the sciences, social sciences, and the arts and humanities.

Abstract and index databases facilitate in-depth research in specialized fields through the analysis of academic journals and articles, allowing researchers to effectively track citations backwards and forwards in time, as well as determine the impact of scholarly journals.

The following image is an example of a simple search for "climate change" in Web of Science. Note the 43 References link to articles that use this result as a source for other papers.

Journal Citation Reports
uses citation data to analyze thousands of science, engineering, and social science journals, helping scientists and scholars identify research trends and find publishers in their area of research.

A search for the New England Journal of Medicine in Journal Citation Reports provides the following data about the journal:


Explore both Web of Science and Journal Citation Reports databases from the Library’s Databases A-Z page.


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