Monday, July 21, 2008

ASCE Journals

ASCE Journals are the premier source of technical information for the civil engineering profession and form the core collection in the field — 30 journals available in print and online. The online journal archive contains over 26,000 articles, more than 270,000 pages, published since 1993.

ISI Web of Science

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Dear Valued Customer,

The next time you access ISI Web of Knowledge, you'll find enhancements that provide you with totally new options for research:

Citation Mapping • Be the first to see the beta version of this powerful new Web of Science® visualization tool. Visualize citation relationships and understand the meaning of a cited reference search. Map citations by author, institution, country, subject, and more!

Additional All-Database search options • Now you can sort by Times Cited* and search for specific addresses within an All-Database search, making this powerful feature even more flexible and convenient.

New 2007 Data for Journal Citation Reports®** • The new 2007 data provides the most current information available to determine a publication's impact and influence in the global research community.

More patent coverage• Derwent Innovation Index** now provides more extensive coverage of Canadian patents.

Collaborate and share material easier with EndNote®Web• Designate read/write access for shared EndNote Web folders. Link to the full text of articles directly from EndNote Web records.

Unique DOI number• View the DOI number in the full record and after export to bibliographic management tools.

Shibboleth support ISI Web of Knowledge and EndNote Web are now compliant with all Shibboleth regulations.