EndNote online (and ResearcherID) will be undergoing an infrastructure upgrade on June 22. The application will be unavailable for a period of approximately 15 hours starting at 01:00 GMT, ending 16:00 GMT. This outage will affect the EndNote online application, sync services, and interactions between Web of Science, ResearcherID and EndNote online.
Thomson Reuters has re-branded the Web of Knowledge interface to Web of Science and the collection of citation databases former known as Web of Science will now be known as Web of Science Core Collection.
They have also implemented a redesigned interface which is much clearer and easy to use. One useful thing to bear in mind is that to do a cited reference search you need to be searching Web of Science Core Collection.
For further information take a look at Web of Science or watch this video:
Email Jenny if you have any further questions.
Problems with accessing Web of Knowledge have been resolved and the service is running normally.
There are currently problems with access to Web of Knowledge (including Web of Science and Journal Citation Reports) via IP authentication and the UK Federation.
Thomson Reuters are aware of the issue and are investigating it.
Keep an eye on the Web of Knowledge web page for further announcements.
This week we are running workshops on how to search MathScinet, Web of Science and Inspec for the 4th year MSci project students.
The Maths projects blog can be found at http://mathsprojects.wordpress.com/ – it has loads of useful links and info on researching for projects.
If you think this kind of session would be useful for your students – please let us know.
Web of Knowledge (including Web of Science, ISI Proceedings and Journal Citation Reports) is now working again.