See help sheets and tutorial in the middle column.
Use this database to identify associations or organizations by topic. See their address, URL, membership size, list of publications, awards given, time of meetings, etc.
Would you like to link directly to the full text articles using Google Scholar? There are two ways of doing this:
Web of Science is part of the ISI Web of Knowledge. You can do a keyword/subject search or an author search. However, the database is most well-know databases for citation searching. "Times Cited" information is available directly from the search result screen:
Basic citation searching involves tracking articles that have cited,or listed in its bibliography, an earlier article, book, or book chapter. Using the article above we can track the 21 newer articles that have cited Zentall's 2005 article published in PSYCHOLOGY IN THE SCHOOLS.
To do a citation search, open the "Basis Search" arrow and choose "Cited Reference Search" choice.
Search for the publication:
From the results, choose the article to track and click "Finish Search."