Twelve researchers from seven New Zealand institutions have been named Highly Cited Researchers for 2019. Australian research institutes continue to impress with the number of researchers recognised as Highly Cited more than tripling in six years, from 80 in 2014 to 271 in 2019. Australian research institutions appear to have recruited a significant number of Highly Cited Researchers since 2014 while also increasing their number of homegrown Highly Cited Researchers.
As rates of Open Access publishing increase, information professionals continue to develop their position in the conversation. Significant, recent OA developments in Web of Science can help you establish or advance your projects. This session will provide you with tips for honing your OA message and building the story of your institution’s OA participation using Web of Science.
Join our webinar to learn more about the Web of Science Core Collection selection process, and what makes it a trusted, high-quality and definitive resource for journals, books and conference proceedings.
If you didn't have a chance to make our webinar on "Profiles, not metrics" you can listen to the recording here. In this webinar, Professor Jonathan Adams, Director of the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) discusses the first in a new series of publications from the ISI aimed at those who deal with research in academia, corporations, publishers and governments to inform, to stimulate debate and to demonstrate the rich information potential of research data.
See what's new in Web of Science to help you power through your researcher journey: harness over 1.5 billion cited references in Web of Science to uncover the right research and see real-life examples of how searching citation networks across the Web of Science universe will help you uncover research relevant to your field.
In this webinar, learn from ScholarOne clients on how and why they are using some of our new and recently-updated functionality, including:
Highlighting limitations in using a single research metric