Web of Science “Item Level Usage Metrics” WebEx Sessions - Preview access for a few UK Academic institutions.

Date of news item: 21 July 2015

Thomson Reuters are introducing a new feature with the addition of Item Level Usage Metrics (ILUM) later this year; this will be freely available to institutions that subscribe to the Web of Science Service for UK Education. The ILUM will be available to users when using the web interface and searching WoS products and found for individual record results (excluding the Derwent Innovations Index. For more information on how this feature can be used please use the link to the video at https://youtu.be/TQNixPXx7SI

In addition there are two WebEx sessions planned demonstrating this feature and discussion of what it has to offer. This will also allow you to ask further questions, provide feedback and if you wish, express your interest in your institution being set up as an 'earlier adopter' for this feature.

Meeting 1: Web of Science Usage Counts for search and discovery

  • Tuesday, August 4, 2015
  • 1:30 pm GMT Summer Time (GMT+01:00)-1 hour
  • Meeting number: 737 633 312
  • Meeting password: Tuesday

Join the WebEX meeting online by using this link: https://thomsonreuters.webex.com/thomsonreuters/j.php?MTID=m8bf9e42ee3a31f1e42e92281124abd67 or

Join the WebEX meeting by phone by using this number: 08-00051-6353 Call-in free toll number (United Kingdom)/ Access code: 737 633 312

Meeting 2: Web of Science Usage Counts for search and discovery

  • Wednesday, August 5, 2015
  • 1:30 pm GMT Summer Time (GMT+01:00)-1 hour
  • Meeting number: 730 202 944
  • Meeting password: Wednesday

Use this link to join the WebEX meeting: https://thomsonreuters.webex.com/thomsonreuters/j.php?MTID=m9dc68f31357bdf574c612085a345457c or

Join the WebEX meeting by phone by using this number: 08-00051-6353 Call-in free toll number (United Kingdom)/ Access code: 730 202 944

If you have any questions or require assistance please contact Web of Science Service for UK Education Support at: webofscience@jisc.ac.uk