Make the most of your Full Text Collections and database subscriptions. Thomson Reuters Links.
As a part of your Web of Science subscription, you can set up links to navigate back and forth between Web of Science records and the corresponding full-text documents and references your library subscribes to.
Full Text Links
There a number of ways links to your collections can be configured. Once the fields are activated in your account, the full text is just one or two mouse clicks away.
Create your full text links
Publishers - Add Linking to Your Full Text
Items with DOIs link from subscribed Web of Science databases to the full text. If your account does not have these full text links you may request to activate DOI links by contacting the Links Team.
Full text buttons will appear on every record with a DOI. To filter links based on your holdings, please provide a list of your electronic subscriptions in one of the following formats:
- A spreadsheet - See a sample spreadsheet
- KBART format - See a sample KBART file
- An xml file - See a sample holdings xml file
The file should include:
- A complete list of titles in your subscriptions
- ISSN, ESSN or ISBN (required)
- Full Journal Name
- Publisher/Aggregator Name
- Start/End Dates (these must contain four digit years). If you have access to the entire depth of coverage Start/End dates should be blank
To activate or update Thomson Reuters Links, please contact the Links Team.
- Please be prepared to provide:
- Institution name
- Administrator's full name
- Telephone number
- A file with a list of your holdings (Optional)
Journals that can be accessed via Thomson Reuters Links
Publisher Journal Collections that can be accessed via Thomson Reuters Links
Open Access Titles that can be accessed via Thomson Reuters Links
Link all of your electronic resources and services using OpenURL. Get set up with full-text links >
If you are using using Ex Libris (SFX) or OCLC Openly Informatics (1Cate) you can select image-based linking.
Links can also be enabled to your library's online public access catalog (OPAC). Your customized OPAC query can easily be integrated into your account—using ISSN or title.
To activate OPAC links, create an eTicket. For OPAC links, provide the link gateway URL for your OPAC utility.
Feed your institutional repository
Inbound OpenURL linking
You can provide direct access to links to specific Web of Science™ Core Collection records information which users can use to feed your institutional repository. Inbound open URL links to Web of Science Core Collection provide static records from 1945-2008, related records, citing articles, and JCR trend graph results. Get more information on how to use the Thomson Reuters Open URL links resolver.
Some Links are already created for you.
As a part of your Web of Science subscription, some full text links are automatically set up for you, as long as you subscribe to that collection.
GENETIC, CHEMICAL AND TAXONOMIC INFORMATION:
National Center for Biotechnology Information Database links
Links are available from certain Web of Science Core Collection, BIOSIS and Medline records within Web of Science to a selection of freely and publically available National Center for Biotechnology Information hosted databases.
GLOBAL AGRICULTURE AND APPLIED LIFE SCIENCES LITERATURE:
If your institution subscribes to CAB Abstracts on Web of Science, you can access links to hard-to-find material in agriculture and applied life sciences, automatically.
CAB eBook Collections:
If you have access to any of the following eBook Collections, please let us know if you would like us to enable links to full text by submitting this form. Select Links - Full Text under the heading Other Scientific & Scholarly Research Products and Services.
- CAB eBooks Current file 2008-current
- CAB eBooks Archive 2005-2007
- CAB eBooks Archive file 2000-2004
- CAB eBooks Agriculture file
- CAB eBooks Animal & Veterinary file
- CAB eBooks Environment file
- CAB eBooks Human, Food, Nutrition file
- CABeBooks Leisure and Tourism
- CABeBooks Plant Sciences
PRIOR TO 1923
JSTOR Early Journal Content Collection links
In early September 2011, JSTOR enabled free access to the JSTOR Early Journal Content Collection, comprised of over 500,000 articles from 200 journals published prior to 1923 in the United States (and prior to 1870 elsewhere). There is a coverage overlap (journals) between Web of Science and the EJC of 141 titles.
To track your full text usage
You can simply download usage reports from the Web of Science usage reporting system (WURS). Click here for instructions on how to pull this report
Trialing Web of Science?
If you are currently using a trial of Web of Science you will automatically get links to full text for all DOI titles that we currently provide to customers. We are unable to create custom links to your library's collections.