International Journal of Instructional Cases awarded accreditation by Scopus

The team at the International Journal of Instructional Cases is delighted to announce that the journal is now listed in Scopus, the largest indexer of global research content.

IJIC Editor-in-Chief Gina Vega comments, "I am delighted that less than three years into publication, IJIC has been recognized in this way. Scopus listing indicates the high quality of our publication and will encourage case authors internationally to submit their finest work to our journal. The credit for our listing goes to the excellent author submissions and the careful and constructive reviews we encourage".

Scopus provides the most up-to-date and highest quality interdisciplinary content to researchers, educators, students, administrators and librarians across the entire academic community, and to researchers in corporate R&D settings. Scopus has a clearly stated selection and ongoing review policy, and an internationally acclaimed board of selection experts to ensure that all titles in its lists meet very high standards.

IJIC now joins titles from more than 5,000 publishers worldwide. These journals, books and conference papers are visible to millions of Scopus users, who in turn read content and then cite it in their papers, in grant applications and reports, or in patent applications.

IJIC has been under review with Scopus's Content Selection & Advisory Board of international experts for over twelve months, and has been assessed against strict quality criteria including convincing editorial policies on publication ethics and malpractice, international representation of the editorial advisory board and authors, editor standing, academic contribution to the field, readability of articles, publishing frequency and online availability.

To submit a concise case to IJIC, please click here.

For further information about IJIC and Scopus, please contact IJIC Publisher, Rob Edwards.

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