It gives access to thousands of easily searchable scientific journals, publications and citations within its Master Journal List.
How the resource can help students;
- Helps to aid research for assignments, dissertations and exams – The database offers easy access to the latest academic research, texts and bibliographic references.
- The database covers a wide range of subjects – Its core collection of scholarly journals covers not only science subjects, but also social sciences and arts and humanities.
- Various other worldwide databases can be accessed within the Web of Science collection – these include the U.S. National Library of Medicine’s MEDLINE database, the BIOSIS biosciences database and the Russian Science Citation Index.
Types of accessible documents within the database include;
- Journal articles
- Book chapters
- Biographical items
- News items
Web of Science can be accessed online from the University Network at: http://wok.mimas.ac.uk
or from http://apps.webofknowledge.com/ or connect from the Primo Resources A-Z tab under W.
If accessing Web of Science away from campus, connect via the University's VPN:
Video tutorials can be accessed here:
Web of Science's Quick Reference Guide can be found at:
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or to arrange a demonstration.