Presentation on theme: "ISI Web of Knowledge – Innovative Solutions ISI Web of Knowledge / Web of Science – coming developments BIOSIS Archive Web Citation Index – New product."— Presentation transcript:
ISI Web of Knowledge – Innovative Solutions ISI Web of Knowledge / Web of Science – coming developments BIOSIS Archive Web Citation Index – New product for Institutional Repositories Journal Use Reports – New product for Journal evaluation
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation 1926 Life Sciences 1910 Agriculture & Applied Life Sciences 1969 Food Science & Technology 1900 ALL DISCIPLINES -- Science, Social Science, Arts & Humanities 1963 12 Million+ Inventions 1990 ALL DISCIPLINES -- Science, Social Science, Arts & Humanities 1950 Medicine and BioMedicine 1864 Zoology – Taxonomy, Biodiversity Physics, Electr Eng, Computing 1898 Upgraded NEW IN 2006! Institutional Repositories Journals & Serials Technical Reports Conference Proceedings BooksDissertationsPatents Open Access Web of Science BIOSIS Previews Inspec DII ISI Proceedings Zoological Record CAB Abstracts FSTA Medline Web Citation Index 1969 1978
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Topic search is mapped to multiple fields, non experts can take advantage of enhanced indexing. Additionally indexing is applied across all databases to find additional results.
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Records are consolidated, not eliminated
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Cross Search Search multiple resources from one convenient interface Broaden your search with additional resources Duplicate records are consolidated not eliminated Apply specialist indexing across resources to discover new results Web of Science = 34 records BIOSIS Previews = 32 records Medline = 32 records For example: Topic = “ACE inhibitor and cell* growth” (latest 5 years) When searched as standalone products: Web of Science = 30 records BIOSIS Previews = 23 records Medline = 23 records 41 records CrossSearch: More than the sum of its components
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation ISI Web of Knowledge home page presents expanded links to freely available value-added information Current Web Contents (CWC) web site reviews data will be added to the ISI Web of Knowledge CrossSearch. Home Page Re-Design for all bibliographic databases - less crowded, Quick Search prominent. A CrossSearch may be launched from the Search Results Summary page in any database. The CAB Abstracts Archive (1910-1972) is available. July 2006April 2006 Web of Knowledge: Sustained by Innovation: Jan 2006 Refine Search tool Analyze limit expansion Author finding aid Broader Search Retrieval Citation Report RSS Alerting Endnote Web* DII Upgrade Web Citation Index Journal Use Reports
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Enhanced Search and Discovery
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Improved Analyze – up to 100,000 records Much faster performance
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Author Finding Aid Simple path to precise author search
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Broader Searches for Novices From This To This Easier for novice users to start finding!
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Citation Report Simple, complete, accurate summary report of findings
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation New Integrated workflow Tools: RSS
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation One-click to EndNote Web One-click to reference software such as EndNote desktop EndNote Web (Express)
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Instant author search in ISI Web of Knowledge View the latest “Times Cited” information Access unique resources in ISI Web of Knowledge EndNote Web (Express)
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation How EndNote Solutions Compare EndNote Web Express EndNote Web EndNote Save References+++ Store & Organize References+++ Format Reading Lists+++ Storage Capacity (references)+ 1,000+ 10,000+ unlimited Import from Many Databases and OPACs++ Edit References++ Cite and Format Papers with Bibliographies++ Customize Views, Imports, Formatting+ Work Offline (anytime/anywhere)+ Local/Secure Personal Files and Documents+ High Performance Desktop Environment+
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation All Content Becomes More Usable and Powerful for Discovery DII Upgrade: –Alerting –Analysis –Refine Results –WoK Look and Feel
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation BIOSIS Archive – coming soon! Digitization of the historical Biological Abstracts print archive First time to be published in electronic format Coverage from 1926 to 1968 Additional 3.5 million records –Majority of the records are from Journals with additional coverage from academic meetings and books Value added abstracts –Many unique to BIOSIS –Written by respected researchers in the life sciences. Some of the authors are now renowned leaders in their respective fields of research –Because many of the original articles did no include an abstract, the BIOSIS abstracts are essential for comprehensive retrospective searching. Value added indexing –Powerful functionality to maximize search effectiveness –Consistent throughout the entire archive
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Open Access Journals (Open web) Traditional Academic Journals (Closed web and print) The addition of the Web Citation Index Repositories: Pre-prints Articles Works in progress Data logs Technical Reports etc. (Open web) Existing Web of Knowledge coverage Additional coverage in the Web Citation Index
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Open Access Journals (Open web) Traditional Academic Journals (Closed web and print) The addition of the Web Citation Index Repositories: Pre-prints Articles Works in progress Data logs Technical Reports etc. (Open web) Indexing new forms in communication. Comprehensive coverage of all scholarly information Existing Web of Knowledge coverage Additional coverage in the Web Citation Index
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Web Citation index – indexing Institutional Repositories Selected quality content –Using Thomson Scientific’s strong history of journal and web site selection policy to create a new process for evaluating IR content Value added features and content –Using a combination of Thomson Scientific know-how and NEC’s technological expertise to index cited references –Powerful functionality of the Web of Knowledge interface –Integration with existing resources such as the Web of Science Helping Intuitional Repository administrators promote their services –Product has been created in partnership with leading IR organizations –Create a single environment for users to search multiple forms of content –Increase the visibility and usage of IRs
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Full Text and repository are searchable fields
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Same functionality as the Web of Science. For example, sort by “Times Cited” to identify influential works
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Although the Full-text is searchable the Full Record displays bibliographic data and abstract Clicking the “View Full Text” button will link to the item in the repository
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Use citation navigation to expand the search: Cited References Times Cited Related Records
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Results Analysis is also possible
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Challenges IRs contain immense variety of document types and formats They are evolving in scope, content, and goals Huge interest in the Academic/library Community – very high expectations of Web Citation Index WCI Goals for 2006 Grow to encompass majority of IRs (over 500 identified) Provide ability to view activity within repositories and across repositories Complement Web of Science with additional citation relationships Create environment for experiment and understanding of new content How Complete Can it (Possibly!) Be?
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Journal Use Reports – What Is It? A new tool that combines data from a variety of sources in one location: –Web of Knowledge Usage statistics –Journal performance data from the Journal Citation Reports –Institutional publication activity (from Web of Science) Includes citing and cited data at an institutional level –Article-level data from the Web of Science –External data sources: Holdings data from OPAC E-Journal usage statistics from vendors Enables analysis in the context of the institution –Journal Performance and usage for collections evaluation –Publication activity reports analyze journal use and institutional publishing patterns –Able to create profiles to evaluate individual departments/schools
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Journal Use Reports – Comprehensive View Journal record view combines journal performance data, publication activity and usage.
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Journal Use Reports: Publication Activity An institutional profile lets administrators see where researchers are publishing.
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Journal Use Reports: Institutional Citation Patterns …and what researchers are citing.
Copyright 2006 Thomson Corporation Journal Use Reports – Integrated Usage Indicators Shows faculty use of literature as measured by COUNTER downloads.
Thank You! Simon Pratt firstname.lastname@example.org Thomson Scientific March 2006