Journal Citation Reports (or JCR) is a comprehensive, unique resource from Clarivate for evaluating and comparing journals using citation data drawn from scholarly and technical journals in the fields of science, technology, and the social sciences. JCR is most well known for the "Journal Impact Factor" or JIF. JCR shows the most frequently cited and highest impact journals in a given field, and contains many sorting options including impact factor, total cites, total articles, and immediacy index.
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Aside from the link above, you can also access Journal Citation Reports from within Web of Science:
If you are unable to find full-text articles using the links below, you will need to order it via InterLibrary Loan (Step #3).
Before making a request for full-text articles through Interlibrary Loan (ILL), please try steps #1 and #2 to search for the full-text. This allows our service to focus on articles that are not available for free nor via our Duke subscriptions. Our Interlibrary Loan service is no charge to Duke borrowers for all article requests. If there are copyright or other fees associated with your article request, we will contact you.
If you can't find the citation in a database or you don't see a GetIt@Duke button, you can place a request manually through our interlibrary loan service. Follow the steps below.
Questions about Interlibrary Loan? All interlibrary loan questions should go to Louis Wiethe, Document Delivery & Interlibrary Loan Manager, 919.660.1179 or email@example.com