Learn more about Thomson’s "Web of Science" - one of the world's leading citation databases.
The use of 'number of cites by peers' for evaluating research is based on the assumption that citations are a way of giving credit to and recognizing the value, quality, and significance of an author's work.
Thomson’s Web of Science is one of the premier publishers in the field of citation analysis and bibliometrics. Excellence in Research for Australia will be partially measured, depending on the Field of Research, by citation data derived from either Web of Science or Scopus.
Date: 9th October, 2009
Presented by: Geeho Liu and Steven Werkheiser (Thomson)
Venue: JCU Halls of Residence, “Raintree Room”
Session 1: 10:00 AM – The Functionalities of ISI’s ResearcherID: how to find collaborators, review publication lists and explore how your research is used around the world
Session 2: 2:00 PM – The Power of Essential Science Indicators and Journal Citation Reports
Workshop bookings: Roslyn Burgess ph: 47816531
RSVP Closing date: Friday, 25th September 2009