RESEARCHERS CAN NOW PERFORM QUICKER SEARCH VIA NEW LINKS PROVIDED BETWEEN THE WEB OF SCIENCE™ CORE COLLECTION AND GOOGLE SCHOLAR

Our new collaboration with Google Scholar facilitates the seamless movement between the open web to the next generation of Web of Science™ and its trusted content through citations. Citation connections will now meet the researcher where their search begins.

  • Simplify the discovery process
  • Now easier to access full text
  • Save time

Web of Science users without complete entitlement will view a limited listing of cited articles on a Citing Articles Summary Page. Users will view a static version of a full record and Citation Results based on their subscription. Embedding Google Scholar links in Web of Science will help libraries and their users leverage the growing body of high quality Open Access full text, and, for institutions participating in the Google Scholar library links program, offer easy access to full text in the library archives.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
ABOUT ACCESS TO GOOGLE SEARCH ON THE WEB OF SCIENCE

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Why am I seeing Web of Science links on my Google Scholar results and vice versa?

Why is Thomson Reuters collaborating with Google Scholar?

Will search results on Google.com have links to Web of Science?

Will every Google Scholar search produce links to the Web of Science?

Why are there sometimes differences between the citation counts shown by Google Scholar versus Web of Science?

How much will it cost institutions to participate?

What if I have access to other databases on Web of Science? How will they be affected?