Tag "Journal citation reports"

  • New edition of Journal Citation Reports – check the latest impact factors

    The latest edition of Journal Citation Reports is now available from Web of Knowledge. This will show you which are the highest impact journals in your area at the moment.

    Access it from http://wok.mimas.ac.uk and use the select a database tab. Further information and guides are available at http://wokinfo.com/products_tools/analytical/jcr/ or contact your library subject team at scieng@swansea.ac.uk for help.

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  • LIS Training course: Making an impact

    Making an impact: using Journal Citation Reports and other tools to measure the impact of your research.

    Wednesday 21 July, 10 am-11, PC Room 3 in the Library

    This session will look at the ways you can monitor the impact your publications are having, especially useful when considering the REF. We will also look at Researcher ID as a way of raising your own profile, Journal citation reports, Web of Science facilities such as cited reference searching , citation mapping, times cited, citation alerts and amending your own author name entry if necessary.

    To book a place please e-mail  s.glen@swansea.ac.uk

    If you are interested in this topic but unable to make this session we would be happy to arrange something for you.

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  • New data in Journal Citation Reports

    2009 data has just been released in Journal Citation Reports, the tool which allows you to work out journal rankings and impact factors based on citation data.

    You will find JCR at http://wok.mimas.ac.uk/ . Click on the Additional Resources tab to enter the database. (Note that this is a change from its previous location in the Select a Database tab).

    Our Making an Impact web page gives more about JCR and other tools for measuring the impact of your research. We will be running training sessions on these tools on 8th July, 11-12 and 21st July 10 to 11am in PC Room 3 in the library. You can book a place by replying to this e-mail.

    If you are unable to come to the training sessions and would like any further information please contact your LIS subject team scieng@swansea.ac.uk

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