Web of Science Upgrade to Version 5.29 Release Notes and **FREE** WoS April Webinars Reminder.

Date of news item: 23 April 2018

Further to the completion of the upgrade to Web of Science version 5.29 on Sunday 22 April 2018, we are pleased to advise that release notes to support this upgrade are now available at:
https://cdn.clarivate.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/WoS529-external-release-notes-final.pdf

Additionally, a summary of the new features included in the release of WoS v5.29 can be viewed in the Web of Science New Features - April 2018 video at:
https://clarivate.libguides.com/wosupdates/whatsnew

Web of Science Update training now being planned for June 2018.
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If your institution is interested in hosting please contact Web of Science Service for UK Education Support webofscience@jisc.ac.uk

REMINDER: Web of Science April Webinars.
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A reminder too that Clarivate Analytics have organised the following **FREE** 45 minute webinars:

  1. Learn how to harness the capabilities of Cited Reference Searching in order to truly understand the impact of published work on subsequent global research – Monday 23rd April 2.30pm
  2. Build reports to identify research trends using powerful analytical tools in the Web of Science Core Collection - Wednesday 25th April 10am
  3. Learn how to quickly discover over 310K of associated research data within the Web of Science Core Collection. – Thursday April 26th 10am

Please see below for further details.

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Learn how to harness the capabilities of Cited Reference Searching in order to truly understand the impact of published work on subsequent global research – Monday 23rd April 2.30pm

Date and Time
Date: Monday 23rd April
Time: 2.30pm BST
Duration: 45 minutes
Register at:
https://clarivatesupport.webex.com/clarivatesupport/k2/j.php?MTID=t18276c03171789595f35aaf578169b80

  • Learn about the importance of Citation Indexing for tracking the impact of published work and how Web of Science Core Collection captures this data from sources.
  • Our experts will show you how to perform a Cited Reference search on a range of cited values (cited author, cited work) and how to read the Cited Reference Search Results.
  • A Cited Reference Search will allow you to answer critical questions such as:
    • What impact has the book ‘On the Origin of Species’ by Charles Darwin had on scholarly research?
    • What research has cited ‘Guernica’ by Pablo Picasso?
  • Find out more regarding the new enhancements to the Cited Reference Search tool such as reordering and downloading.

Build reports to identify research trends using powerful analytical tools in the Web of Science Core Collection - Wednesday 25th April 10am

Date and Time
Date: Wednesday 25th April
Time: 10.00am BST
Duration: 45 minutes
Register at:
https://clarivatesupport.webex.com/clarivatesupport/k2/j.php?MTID=tfbc57053c9580933f2ad9d3e075fdeec

  • Our experts will show you how to perform an analysis on a search query in order to identify trends, for example how to identify experts or identify funding sources for a topic of interest
  • Learn how to build reports using a wide range of data values and visualization
  • Our experts will demonstrate how to flow from top level analysis to the publications of areas of interest
  • Find out to export and save your analysis data in different formats for reporting purposes external to the Web of Science.

Learn how to quickly discover over 310K of associated research data within the Web of Science Core Collection. – Thursday 26th April 10am

Date and Time
Thursday 26th April
Time: 10.00am BST
Duration: 45 minutes
Register at:
https://clarivatesupport.webex.com/clarivatesupport/k2/j.php?MTID=tcf64bfc84dad14b14e77f17a08de930b

  • In order to harness the efforts of collecting and storing research data, the Web of Science database family includes the Data Citation Index.
  • Our experts will explain the key features of the DCI and how this tool facilities the linking of data to the subsequent published research.
  • Discover how to quickly perform a search on your topic in Web of Science Core Collection and connect to the data associated with it. For example:
    • What data can I reuse or build on for my topic?
    • Are the researchers receiving funding from my organisation complying with the mandate to make data available?

Please contact Web of Science Service for UK Education Support email: webofscience@jisc.ac.uk should you have any queries or require support.