About Citation Indexing
...is a work-in-progress!
About This Guide
This Guide includes information about the three major interdisciplianary citation ecosystems: Web of Science (via Thomson-Reuters/ISI), Scopus (via Elsevier/ScienceDirect), and Google Scholar (freely available via Google). WSU currently has access to all three services.
* Stay tuned for Open Access Week '13, when the WSU Libraries will be sponsoring some events connected to altmetrics:
- 10/22 @ 3pm in CUE 518: Michael Buschman (Plum Analytics)
- 10/23 @10am in Terrell 20E: Altmetics workshop
- 11/6 @ 2pm in Terrell 20E: A webinar with Jason Priem (ImpactStory)
- (Please RSVP to Gabriella Reznowski at email@example.com for all of these events)
Find Your Citations Workshop: TBA in Terrell Library 105 (just inside from the CUB tunnel) - we'll look at Web of Science, Scopus, Google Scholar, and other databases, and discuss author disambiguation tools such as ORCID and Researcher ID. Contact Lorena O'English at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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