Maintenance reminder – Web of Knowledge Sunday 28 July – WoK version 5.11

Date of news item: 25 July 2013.

Please be reminded that Web of Knowledge and ResearcherID maintenance ⁄ upgrade will begin on Sunday July 28 2013 at 1500 BST, ending by Monday July 29 2013 at 0300 BST.

Web of Knowledge and ResearcherID may not be available intermittently during the above times.

Thomson Reuters would like to apologise for any interruption this may cause. Full Thomson Reuters Notification at:
http://wokinfo.com/news/new/

Full upgrade English Release Notes for WoK 5.11 at:
http://wokinfo.com/media/pdf/wok_5-11_releasenotes.pdf

A summary of the changes below:

Did You Mean
  • Did You Mean spelling corrections are suggested for terms searched in the topic and title fields of all products.
Auto-Suggest for Publication Name
  • When searching by publication name, you will see an alphabetical list of suggested publication names to complete your search.
Portuguese and Spanish Interfaces
  • Researchers who speak Brazilian Portuguese or Latin American Spanish can now access Web of Knowledge in their local language.
Streamlined Sign In ⁄ Registration
  • Sign In and Registration processes have been moved into overlays – so you don't have to leave your current page or search to use your Web of Knowledge ID and personalization features.
Quick Output of Records
  • Output options have been consolidated into one easy to use menu for quick access. Completing the output is done through an overlay, guiding you through the process without disrupting your work flow.
EndNote Online
  • EndNote online accounts now have 2 GB of storage space for your PDF attachments.
  • Please note that EndNote (basic) online is now located at my.endnote.com
ResearcherID
  • ORCID now has an import wizard for ResearcherID – giving you expanded methods of exchanging publication data between your ResearcherID and ORCID accounts.
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