Despite its name, Web of Science provides access to current and retrospective multidisciplinary information from approximately 8,500 high impact journals, including titles within their Social Sciences Citation Index®, and Arts & Humanities Citation Index™ collections. Web of Science allows cited reference searching where you can navigate forward, backward, and through the literature, searching all disciplines and time spans to uncover all the information relevant to your studies.
Where to find Web of Science
You can access Web of Science from Library Search. This will help you to access the database successfully as you will be prompted to log in with your University username and password. Simply search for it by name from the Library website.
You will also find a link to on the Journals and Databases page of your Subject Guide, which provides a list and links to the recommended databases in your discipline.
What does Web of Science include?
- More than 20,000 journal, books, and conference titles
- Over 69 million records
- More than 90,000 books
- Over 10 million conference papers
Web of Science content
As we alluded to above, Web of Science includes much more than ‘science’ information, including:
- life sciences, biomedical sciences
- social sciences, arts & humanities.
- strongest coverage of natural sciences, health sciences, engineering, computer science, materials sciences.
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