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Identity in peer review: Peer Review Week 2021

We’ve launched a New Web of Science Academy course for Peer Review Week 2021. Enroll now.   Source: https://peerreviewweek.wordpress.com/resources/   The theme for peer review week this year is “identity in peer review.” This can be interpreted many ways and means something different for everyone. In this article, Dr. Julia Mouatt, Head of the Web […]

Introducing open peer review content in the Web of Science

We’re pleased to introduce peer review content in Web of Science™ full record pages. Read more.   As the academic community celebrates Peer Review Week 2021 and the essential role that peer review plays in maintaining quality and integrity, we too are focused on peer reviewers’ identity at the heart of the research and discovery […]

How to find the right journal for your research (using actual data)

Want to help your research flourish? We share tips for using publisher-neutral data and statistics to find the right journal for your research paper. The right journal helps your research flourish. It puts you in the best position to reach a relevant and engaged audience, and can extend the impact of your paper through a […]

The 2021 Journal Citation Reports: A continuing evolution in journal intelligence

This year’s release showcases expanded content, a new metric and a revamped user experience – delivering on our commitment to provide transparent, publisher-neutral journal intelligence to help the research community make better informed, more confident decisions. For nearly 50 years publishers, institutions, funders and researchers have relied on unbiased data in the Journal Citation Reports (JCR)™ to identify […]

For the 2021 Journal Citation Reports, a new visual experience

This is the third in a series of updates to provide information on the 2021 Journal Citation Reports release. From its origins as a print edition in 1975, Journal Citation Reports™ (JCR) has come far. Indeed, for the first 14 years of its existence, JCR was bundled with the annual print volumes of the Science […]

Adding Early Access content to Journal Citation Reports: choosing a prospective model

Continuing our discussion of Early Access (EA) content and its planned appearance in the Journal Citation Reports (JCR)™, here we explain why we have chosen a phased, prospective approach to introduce EA content in 2021. For the past three years, Clarivate has been expanding the number of publishers and journals that have their early access […]

What’s next for JCR: defining ‘Early Access’

Last month, we announced the introduction of Early Access content into the Journal Citation Reports™ (JCR). In this article, we provide further details on how we define Early Access content and how it will be introduced into the 2021 JCR release.   What is ‘Early Access’ for the Web of Science? We define Early Access […]

A researcher’s complete guide to open access papers

Open access is one of the most effective ways of ensuring your findings can be read and built upon by a broad audience. Sharing your papers and data without restrictions can help to build a better research culture, and lead to faster, more advanced outcomes for the global challenges we face today. Open access isn’t […]