U SING J OURNAL C ITATION R EPORTS (JCR) O NLINE
1. The online version of JCR can be accessed at the library homepage by clicking on Articles & Databases.2. Go to the alphabetical list of database titles and click on J. SelectJournal Citation Reports.
3. Click on the Journal Citation Reports link to connect to the database. (*NOTE: If you are accessing JCR from off campus, you will be prompted to enter your last name, 800# and PIN. )4. On the JCR search page, notice that the library’s subscription runsfrom 2003 to Present in both the JCR Science Edition and JCR SocialSciences Edition.
5. Select either JCR Science Edition or JCR Social Sciences Edition and the required year. Using the right hand side of the search box, you may:• Group journals by subject, publisher or country/territory• Search for a specific journal• View all journals for a particular edition and year.Once your selections are made, click SUBMIT.
6. In the following example, you have chosen to run a JCR report for Infectious Disease journals in 2010 with the list ranked by total cites. You begin by selecting the JCR Science Edition for 2010, then group journals by the subject category Infectious Diseases, and finally, choose to display Journal Data sorted by Total Cites.
7. After making your selections, the JCR produces a list of journals in Infectious Diseases published in 2010 and ranked by total cites. You can re-sort the journals using this dropdown menu.To save specific journals into a list, mark each title and click the UpdateMarked List at the top of the screen.
8. After checking the titles you want to keep and clicking the Update Marked List box, you will now see a Marked List box at the top of the screen.Click the Marked List button to produce a final list of onlythose journal titles you want to keep.
A DDITIONAL H ELP If you have questions or need additional help, please contact the Reference Desk at 915-747- 5643 or Robert Klapthor, Science Librarian at 915-747-5040.
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