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Capturing, organizing, presenting and promoting the intellectual output of an institution is now a great priority of colleges and universities large and small. For most, this translates to clear ...

Capturing, organizing, presenting and promoting the intellectual output of an institution is now a great priority of colleges and universities large and small. For most, this translates to clear initiatives for development of an Institutional Repository (IR).

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    Populating an Institutional Repository with Web of Science Populating an Institutional Repository with Web of Science Presentation Transcript

    • POPULATING AN INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORY: WITH THE WEB OF SCIENCE ALA Annual Meeting Washington D.C. June 2010
    • Populating an Institutional Repository: with the Web of Science Capturing, organizing, presenting and promoting the intellectual output of an institution is now a great priority of colleges and universities large and small. For most, this translates to clear initiatives for development of an Institutional Repository (IR).
    • Web of Science – 4,100 subscribing institutions in 91 countries Populating an Institutional Repository: with the Web of Science Given the place of prominence of Web of Science within academic communities worldwide, Thomson Reuters is firmly committed to directly assisting and supporting university IR initiatives through complimentary services that accompany a Web of Science subscription.
    • Populating an Institutional Repository: with the Web of Science Web of Science – Web Services
          • Through use of an API (Application Programmer Interface) Web of Science subscribing institutions may retrieve a large dataset of information for papers published by that institution’s authors.
          • This data may serve as a foundation to support the process of creation and organization of a comprehensive Institutional Repository.
      Web of Science
    • Populating an Institutional Repository: with the Web of Science
      • What data fields can be queried through the service?
      • Address (including Street, City, Province, Zip Code, or Country)
      • Author
      • Conference (including title, location, data, and sponsor)
      • Group Author
      • Organization or Sub-organization
      • Source Publication (journal, book or conference)
      • Title
      • Topic
      • Year Published
      • The service will support the AND, OR, NOT, and SAME operators.
      Web of Science – Web Services
    • Populating an Institutional Repository: with the Web of Science
      • What data elements are returned by the service?
        • The Web of Science Web Service returns five fields to the requesting system:
        • Authors — All authors, book authors, and corporate authors
        • Article Title
        • Source — Includes the source title, subtitle, book series and subtitle, volume, issue, special issue, pages, article number, supplement number, and publication date
        • Keywords — all author supplied keywords
        • UT — A unique article identified provided by Thomson Reuters
      Web of Science – Web Services Utilize this metadata as a foundation to support the process of creation and organization of a comprehensive Institutional Repository And Then…
    • Populating an Institutional Repository: with the Web of Science Web of Science – Web Services Enhance the Presentation of Information within Your Institutional Repository – use the Thomson Reuters Links Article Match Retrieval Service
    • Populating an Institutional Repository: with the Web of Science Web of Science – Web Services Thomson Reuters Links Article Match Retrieval Service
      • Allows for a real-time lookup of bibliographic metadata such as DOI, the UT identifier delivered through our Web of Science Web Services retrieval, author, source title, etc., against the Web of Science database (using the institution's subscription entitlements).
      • If a match is found, the service will return Times Cited information as well as links to view the full record , related records page, or citing articles page in Web of Science .
      • An institution can use these links as a way to link into Web of Science from their institutional repository – or a library web page .
      • Subscribers to Journal Citation Reports can use this service to retrieve links to the JCR record for a given journal.
    • Populating an Institutional Repository: with the Web of Science Web of Science – Web Services Thomson Reuters Links Article Match Retrieval Service Enhance the value of internal resources for your users! Take advantage of all of the benefits of a Web of Science subscription.
    • Populating an Institutional Repository: with the Web of Science Web of Science – Web Services & Article Match Retrieval
    • Populating an Institutional Repository: With the Web of Science http://wokinfo.com/products_tools/products/related/webservices/
          • Or, simply go to the Web of Knowledge web site – wokinfo.com
          • and do a Site Search on “web services”
          • or “article match retrieval”.
      http://wokinfo.com/products_tools/products/related/amr/
          • To get the information you need to make use of Web of Science Web Services and Article Match Retrieval, use these links
    • POPULATING AN INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORY: WITH THE WEB OF SCIENCE ALA Annual Meeting Washington D.C. June 2010