Extended Access to the Web of Science
Since February 2016, the Scientometric platform Web of Science will be in the public access from the IP-addresses of the University in the city of Starobilsk.
The Foundation e-VERUM decided to extend free access to a resource for faculty and staff of LTSNU for 2017 on the link http://webofscience.com/.
Web of Science covers the materials on natural, technical, biological, social, humanities sciences and arts. It provides access to bibliographic data of scientific articles of the prestigious periodicals, books and scientific conference proceedings, indicating the actual citation of these materials. It covers more than 57 million. Records with 18,711 of the world’s most influential journals (including those that are publicly available) and 150,000 conference proceedings.
The scientometric platform unit provides monitoring indicators cited publication with a retrospective to 1900. One of the key concepts of the scientometric platform device is the impact factor of the scientific publications.
Scientists of the University can work with databases:
- ScienceCitationIndexExpanded (1970-2016);
- SocialScienceCitationIndex (1970-2016);
- ArtsandHumanitiesCitationIndex (1975-2016);
- ConferenceProceedingsCitationIndex (1990-2016);
- BookCitationIndex (2003-2016);
- ScieloCitationIndex (1980-2016);
- EmergingSourcesCitationIndex (2015-2016);
- KoreanJournalIndex (1980-2016);
- ChineseScienceCitationDatabase (1989-2016);
- DerwentInnovationsIndex (1963-2016);
- MEDLINE (1950-2016).
Also as part of this project, teachers and staff of LTSNU will be able to work with the resource InCitesJournalCitationReports available at https://jcr.incites.thomsonreuters.com.
Scientists, teachers and staff of the University! We invite you to work with the scientific content in the database Web of Science.
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