The service we knew as Web of Knowledge has changed its name - to Web of Science - as part of a recent service upgrade.
The Web of Science database itself is now called the "Web of Science Core Collection" and, don't forget, also includes the multi-disciplinary Book Citation Indexes and the Index Chemicus.
There are changes to the searching experience. There's a simplified search screen for the databases and a prominent link for checking full-text availability ... click the Full-Text button to bring up @Keele, our e-journals checking service; this service checks for full-text availability through both Keele e-journal subscriptions and a range of major Open Access journal collections such as PubMed Central Open Access.
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Don't forget, we also now have access to two additional databases to support your research: Current Contents Connect and the Data Citation Index. For more Information view the "Web of Science" tab on this web page: http://www.keele.ac.uk/