Web of Science and Google Scholar collaborate - UM - Maastricht University Library

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"Since the Web of ScienceTM and Google Scholar are collaborating an extra link is shown: in the result list of Google Scholar, to switch to the article reference in the Web of Science, and in the Web of Science a link, to switch to the article reference in Google Scholar  For the user this has three advantages ...  [1] When searching for articles in the Web of Science – for which no full-text links are shown – simply click on the ‘look up full text’ link to launch a search in Google Scholar. Via the ‘All versions’ link below the article’s reference in Google Scholar, open access versions (drafts, author versions, etc.) may be found and retrieved. [2] When starting in Google Scholar – which is often the case – and you want to import the article reference into a reference manager like EndNote, click on the link ‘Web of Science’ and export the article’s reference from there. The meta- or bibliographical data in the Web of Science are most often of a much higher quality and more complete. [3] A third advantage of the collaboration is that it is now possible to search in Google Scholar with: DOI, ISSN, Journal Title, Issue, Volume, Publication Year and Pages ..."



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Date tagged:

04/01/2015, 09:51

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04/01/2015, 05:51