Date of publication: 2017-07-09 09:48
Punctuating titles can be tricky, especially because different types of titles require different notations and typography. Depending on the type of title, you may need to capitalize the title, underline the title, or use quotation marks around the title to ensure it is punctuated properly. You may also be creating a title for an original work written by you, citing it in a text, or a published work written by someone else, citing it as a reference in your bibliography. Depending on the expectations of your professor or teacher, you may also be required to use the more common MLA style or the less common APA style.
The evaluation of a journal for coverage in Web of Science begins with the submission of recently published content. For detailed instruction on submitting a journal for evaluation see below.
Publishing standards, including timeliness, are important in the evaluation of arts and humanities journals. Citation patterns in the arts and humanities, however, do not necessarily follow the same predictable pattern as citations to social sciences and natural sciences articles. In addition, arts and humanities journal articles frequently reference non-journal sources (., books, musical compositions, works of art, and literature). As a result, citation metrics do not normally play a leading role in the evaluation of arts and humanities journals.
Many factors are taken into account when evaluating journals for coverage ranging from the qualitative to the quantitative. These include the following:
The journal selection process described here is applied to all journals evaluated for Science Citation Index Expanded™, Social Sciences Citation Index ® , or Arts & Humanities Citation Index ®. The application of citation analysis is specific to the subject area or category of the journal’s editorial content. For example, citation metrics generated for fast moving biomedical topics would never be applied to a journal dealing with social sciences topics, and in the Arts & Humanities citation analysis plays a very minor role in evaluation. These special considerations are noted further below.
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Many journals that are under evaluation for SCIE, SSCI or AHCI are considered first for coverage in ESCI. If these journals meet the criteria mentioned above they may begin coverage in ESCI with full evaluation for possible coverage in SCIE, SSCI and AHCI occurring at a later date.