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
Author ambiguity is a problem that affects the entire research community. This webinar discusses the newest tools and best practices for reducing author ambiguity. Participants will be empowered to own their research identity and quickly generate reports that showcase their research accomplishments.
A new model to place the most relevant research at the centre of your universe, using the Web of Science search, alert and easy access to full text features
The Highly Cited Researchers list recognises world-class researchers selected for their exceptional research performance, demonstrated by production of multiple highly cited papers that rank in the top 1% by citations for field and year in Web of Science. Delve in to the data behind Highly Cited Researchers in Australia and New Zealand.
How can you be sure that you're aware of all research relevant to your field? Our experts will show you how to set up your workflow to ensure you have a simple and repeatable way of finding past and present research from across disciplines, geographies, journals, books, conference proceedings, experimental data sets, and patents. Don't miss out on important research. Set yourself up to succeed with a comprehensive, quality-controlled workflow for research discovery.