An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities) Now Indexed in SCOPUS
An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities) issued by the University's Deanship of Scientific Research, has been officially accepted into the Scopus database, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature.
This is important because Scopus is a prestigious indexing system and regarded as the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature globally. Acceptance into Scopus is a significant milestone for the Journal, as it increases the number of opportunities for papers to be cited. Scopus also is used to measure research impact.
On this occasion, Abdel Nasser Zaid, President of An-Najah University, commented, “It is a great honor for the Journal to be recognized and included in Scopus. The addition of An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities) in Scopus is a testament to the quality of the journal content, those who contribute to it, its editor, and its editorial board. The University is proud of this achievement and we are confident it will continue to mature and reflect the best in in humanities.”
Scopus is an Elsevier’s abstract and citation database that was launched in 2004 to improve institutions’ and professionals’ progress in sciences and healthcare. It is known to be the best abstraction and citation database for peer-reviewed journals. So, if a Scopus indexed journal is said to be Scopus indexed, it means that the works published by them in their journals are also cited among the 70 million other works embedded in the Scopus database.
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