As many researchers and academics can tell you, a great deal of effort and diligence is involved with researching and writing a manuscript. Identifying the right publication in which to submit your work can add an additional time-consuming roadblock on the road to publication. Web of Science, available to the GRU Health Sciences Campus, now offers EndNote Match, an online service which will allow you to search for possible publications based upon details you provide about your manuscript.
How EndNote Match works:
- Start with a few key pieces of information: manuscript title, abstract, and references (optional)
- EndNote Match searches more than 8,200 journals, across hundreds of global publishers
- Easily compare your options based upon keyword rankings, JCR® Impact Factor, type of publication, and more
EndNote Match is available through the EndNote tab in Web of Science. You can find this database through the Greenblatt Library website under the Quick Links tab or under the “view all databases” link. In order to use EndNote Basic, you will need to create a free account. You will be prompted to do this when you first access the EndNote menu. Select the Match tab from within EndNote in order to use the Match feature.
After providing the title, abstract, and references (optional), you will be directed to a list of potential publications.
Criteria such as impact factor, JCR category, Open Access journal status, and keyword rankings are displayed under each journal. The blue match bar indicates at a glance how relevant the publication is to your particular manuscript. Keep in mind that EndNote Match can be used as a standalone feature if you normally use the EndNote desktop product.
Assistance with EndNote Match or any other library resources can be obtained during normal library hours at 706-721-3441 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please visit the “News and Events” blog on the Greenblatt Library homepage for information about upcoming events, new resources, and library news throughout the year.