Answered By: Emily Couvillon Last Updated: Jun 13, 2014 Views: 333
The library no longer has access to ISI Web of Knowledge/Web of Science; however, we have kept the journal analysis component, the Journal Citation Reports (or JCR) which is available on our Resources page.
We recommend using Scopus, a broad international sciences index that includes information from cited references that is available from 1996-present.
When you access the abstract of a particular citation, you'll see a "Cited by since 1996" box to the right. Scopus also has a Citation Tracker tool, citations by author, journal analytics, altmetrics, and other helpful tools.
If you haven't used Scopus before and need some pointers, there are tutorials at the Scopus site to get you started-- just click "Tutorials" in the upper right. Our Reference staff is always happy to answer questions, too.
You can access Scopus from our Resources page.