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Web of Science

Learn to use Web of Science

Introduction to Web of Science

Use Web of Science to:

  • locate relevant articles for your topic without having to search through individual journals.  Web of Science collects and includes articles from thousands of journals, and makes them all searchable;
  • access a massive, searchable collection of research article titles, review article titles, and conference paper titles published by scholarly journals from around the world;
  • find additional journal content, such as book reviews, editorials and letters to the editor
  • discover information about the ranking and output of scholarly journals, author information, and funding information.

Use our interactive activity below to follow the steps for a basic search: