Thomson Reuters Corporation : Thomson Reuters Enhances Discoverability of Scholarly Research with Expanded Book Citation Index

  Thomson Reuters Corporation : Thomson Reuters Enhances Discoverability of
             Scholarly Research with Expanded Book Citation Index

Nearly 50,000 books and over 1 million articles will be connected to the
global research landscape via the Web of Knowledge

PHILADELPHIA, January 22, 2013- The IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters,
the world's leading provider of intelligent information for businesses and
professionals, today announced the expansion of the Book Citation Index^SM
through partnerships with top publishers such as Elsevier, Johns Hopkins
University Press and the University of Chicago Press. These publishers, among
others, will greatly enhance available content in the Index by adding 10,000
books in 2013, increasing the total to nearly 50,000 books from a variety of
commercial, non-profit and university presses worldwide.

The Book Citation Index, available on the world's premier resource for
integrated, multidisciplinary citation research, Thomson Reuters Web of
Knowledge^SM, connects a library's most impactful books in its collection to
powerful new discovery tools, enabling researchers to quickly and easily
identify and access the most relevant books in their field. The Index helps
users seamlessly search across books, journals and conference proceedings, to
discover potential collaborators and glean useful information.

This significant expansion provides greater visibility to authors making
meaningful contributions to their fields and enables scholars to navigate from
a new starting point. Researchers will now have a richer, expanded view of
research within the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities. Over
the course of 2013, users will gain access to nearly 50,000 books and 1
million chapters linked to related journal articles and proceedings indexed
within the Web of Knowledge.

Elsevier, Johns Hopkins University Press, University of Chicago Press, Brill,
University of Illinois Press, McGill Queens University Press and the
International Monetary Fund will join more than 100 publishers that currently
provide content for the Book Citation index.

Following are statements from some of the industry-leading publishers
connected through the Book Citation Index:

  *"Inclusion in the Thomson Reuters Book Citation Index has helped put the
    unique content of Cambridge University Press further into the
    international perspective," said Hannah Perrett, digital director,
    Academic Group at Cambridge University Press. "It is also an invaluable
    resource toward providing greater focus to the institutions represented by
    our team of skilled and knowledgeable authors and researchers."

  *'"Scholarly books are an essential, vibrant part of the academic
    publishing landscape for humanities and social sciences, and we are proud
    to have worked with Thomson Reuters to include all our eligible titles
    from the launch of the Book Citation Index,'" said Alison Jones, digital
    publishing director, Palgrave Macmillan. "We are committed to continuing
    and extending this partnership to ensure up-to-date, accurate information
    for scholars worldwide as the Index expands."

  *"We're happy to partner with Thomson Reuters on expanding this valuable
    resource to include Wiley Online Library's online books," said Antonia
    Seymour, vice president and director of Scientific, Technical, Medical and
    Scholarly Books at John Wiley & Sons. "The Book Citation Index will be
    instrumental in extending the works of our authors on a global scale. The
    body of academic literature is wide and growing, and it's a great benefit
    to users to have a platform that streamlines the availability of Wiley's
    high-quality book content."

"We have been actively working to expand our content, based largely on
feedback from our partners and clients, so we can provide researchers with the
best resources for their research," said Gordon Macomber, managing director of
Scientific and Scholarly Research at Thomson Reuters. "The world of scholarly
and scientific research is vast and varied. Researchers need a reliable tool
that enables them to measure the contributions of books in their disciplines
and identify collaborative opportunities as efficiently as possible. The
addition of these top publishers will enhance those capabilities even
further."

Thomson Reuters Book Citation Index comprises scholarly books, both electronic
and print, that present fully referenced articles of original research or
reviews of the literature, and has been carefully selected based on
well-defined criteria to offer the most significant literature in numerous
languages. Learn more information about the Book Citation Index.

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