Scopus Newsletter: CiteScore metrics Special Edition
In this issue, we focus on the addition of CiteScore™ metrics to Scopus, introduced on December 8. CiteScore metrics are a new standard to measure serial citation impact. Comprehensive, transparent, current and free, CiteScore metrics help you to analyze the impact of all serial titles – including journals – in Scopus. Connect with information and resources that help you prepare for a new year and a new standard in journal metrics.
CiteScore metrics webinarSign up now to join presenters, Norman Azoulay and Chris James, on January 12th, as they dive into the details of CiteScore metrics, sharing how to use them both on the journalmetrics.scopus.com site and within Scopus itself. Begin exploring CiteScore metrics now and come to this webinar ready to ask your questions.
Watch a 5 minute tutorialTake 5 minutes to learn how to evaluate CiteScore metrics on journalmetrics.scopus.com. This video explains how to use the search and filter features to explore the full range of associated CiteScore metrics for a group of journals, such as open access journals or a specific subject category.
CiteScore metrics facts and frequently asked questionsDelve into the details behind CiteScore metrics such as: how CiteScore values are calculated, why we use a 3-year window, how CiteScore Percentile is calculated and more.
Scopus gets a more streamlined lookAlong with CiteScore metrics, you may have also noticed some additional changes to Scopus, including the look and feel of search. Quickly get up to date on these changes in this tip & trick.
Get InvolvedCiteScore metrics are part of a multi-dimensional basket of metrics that will continue to evolve and grow with input and guidance from you, the research community. Add your voice and get involved to help define the basket of metrics.
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