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EBSCO Discovery Service/ Web of Science

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EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) and Thomson Reuters have come to an agreement allowing mutual customers to access Web of Science within EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS).

This agreement means that institutions subscribing to both EDS and Web of Science can search via the single search box of EBSCO Discovery Service, access the valuable content in Web of Science within the results and be able to link over to the full Web of Science record.

EBSCO Discovery Service creates a unified, customised index of an institution’s information resources. It claims to be an easy, yet powerful means of accessing all of that content from a single search box—searching made even more powerful because of the quality of metadata and depth and breadth of coverage. Web of Science joins Baker & Taylor, the British Library’s Electronic Table of Contents File (ETOC), NewsBank, Readex, LexisNexis, Alexander Street Press in the EBSCO Discovery Service.