1. Go to the Web of Science database to begin your search. Web of Science defaults to a basic topic search, also known as a keyword search. To get started, type in a keyword or keyword phrase, set the year range that you prefer (or default to All Years) and click on Search:
2. You can sort results by relevance, times cited, and more. Web of Science automatically sorts results from newest to oldest. Other options to refine your search are available. You can refine by Web of Science Category and Document Type. You can also type in extra keywords into the "Refine Results" box on the left side of the screen:
3. Once you have the results you want, you can select them and add them to a marked list, then email or print out the citation records:
3. Use an email address to create an account. Once you create an account, you should be able to log in. (If you need to, use the Sign In link in the toolbar and click on Sign In again.) You will be taken into the Web of Science landing page, where you should see your name in the top right to show you are logged in.