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Effective Strategies for Increasing Citation Frequency - E-LIS repository

Effective Strategies for Increasing Citation Frequency

Ale Ebrahim, Nader and Salehi, Hadi and Embi, Mohamed Amin and Habibi Tanha, Farid and Gholizadeh, Hossein and Motahar, Seyed Mohammad and Ordi, Ali Effective Strategies for Increasing Citation Frequency. International Education Studies, 2013, vol. 6, n. 11, pp. 93-99. [Journal article (Print/Paginated)]
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Due to the effect of citation impact on The Higher Education (THE) world university ranking system, most of the researchers are looking for some helpful techniques to increase their citation record. This paper by reviewing the relevant articles extracts 33 different ways for increasing the citations possibilities. The results show that the article visibility has tended to receive more download and citations. This is probably the first study to collect over 30 different ways to improve the citation record. Further study is needed to explore and expand these techniques in specific fields of study in order to make the results more precisely.
Item type: Journal article (Print/Paginated)
Keywords: University ranking, Improve citation, Citation frequency, Research impact, Open access, h-index
Subjects: B. Information use and sociology of information. > BA. Use and impact of information.
B. Information use and sociology of information. > BB. Bibliometric methods.
Depositing user: Dr. Nader Ale Ebrahim
Date deposited: 04 Nov 2013 10:02
Last modified: 04 Nov 2013 10:02


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