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How do I find the impact factor of a journal?

Last Updated: Nov 16, 2016  |  89 Views

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The database Web of Knowledge (ISI) has Journal Citation Reports for Sciences and Social Sciences up to 2016 (begins in 1945).

Here is the path: Library Home Page → Login → Databases → Web of Science (ISI) → Journal Citation Reports (tab at top of page). 

JCR Science Edition & JCR Social Sciences Edition are pre-selected.

Type the journal title in the "Go to Journal Profile" box & click the search icon.

Detailed impact factor statistics will appear.

Need help? Ask at the Science Help Desk Level 2 or Social Science Help Desk Level 1

Answered by Linda HutchingsBookmark and Share

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