Philadelphia, PA October 18, 2000 - Today ISI announced a significant expansion of its Web of Science full-text links program-ISI Links - with the addition of three premier scientific publishing Web sites. These additional linking partners are CatchWord, HighWire Press and the Royal Society of Chemistry. This release adds over 175,000 articles to the more than one million article links already available through the Web of Science.
The new links are available via the bibliographic records within the Web of Science directly to the electronic full text of the articles. These links are accessible to mutual subscribers of the ISI database and the respective publisher.
The ISI Web of Science
The ISI Web of Science is a unique multidisciplinary bibliographic citation database that combines Web access to current and retrospective journal literature with the ability to search through time. The database provides access to over a half century of the world's most important scholarly literature. It includes the Science Citation Index ExpandedTM, Social Sciences Citation Index, and Arts & Humanities Citation Index.
About the Partners
CatchWord was formed in 1994 and provides publishers with comprehensive, tailored, internet publishing services. CatchWord currently has over 800 journals from over 55 publishers available on the Web. In the first phase, ISI will link over 350 journals. Contact: Chris Beckett, firstname.lastname@example.org +44 (0) 1235 555 877, or visit: www.catchword.com.
Stanford's HighWire Press division provides advanced online publication and access services to publishers and societies owning more than 200 of the world's leading peer-reviewed scholarly journals in science and medicine. ISI and HighWire Press will initially link 32 journals including Science with plans to add links to the HighWire Press free archive. For information about HighWire Press visit http://highwire.stanford.edu.
The Royal Society of Chemistry is a leading publisher and provider of information specific to the field of chemistry. There will be 13 journals linked as a result of this partnership with ISI. For details about this Society see www.rsc.org.
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