Academic & Government

All About the Eigenfactor!

Adding the suite of Eigenfactor metrics to Journal Impact Factor helps to build a more complete view of a journal’s mark in the academic realm.

ScholarOne Manuscripts 2017 User Conference Key Highlights

Earlier this month, publishers gathered in Madrid for the ScholarOne Manuscripts 2017 User Conference. In addition to fine-tuning their ScholarOne skills, attendees got to hear speakers and weigh in on topics such as open peer review, preprints, and reviewer recognition.

A Closer Look at the Eigenfactor™ Metrics

By Jevin West, Assistant Professor, Information School, University of Washington, Seattle, WA  and Carl Bergstrom, Professor, Department of Biology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA Over the years, we have received numerous questions about the Eigenfactor Metrics. Where did the idea come from? How does the algorithm work? How is it different from Journal Impact Factor? What are […]

Harnessing the power of peer review

With the increasing challenges of research and publishing, it’s more important than ever to be able to find, screen, contact, and motivate competent peer reviewers.

Know Your Metrics: Immediacy Index

In Journal Citation Reports, there are an entire suite of metrics by which to measure a journal. Each week here on Science Research Connect, we’ll take a closer look at one of these metrics.

Highly Cited Researchers Spotlight Series: Tae Kyun Kim

Investing meaning in studying Professor Tae Kyun Kim is one of the first in Korea to have majored in p-adic Analytic Number Theory. After receiving his doctorate in algebra at Japan’s Kyushu University in 1989, he decided to study this field after gaining inspiration from his advising professor’s major. Rather than setting a new degree […]