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UVAC Journal newly included in ‘Emerging Sources Citation Index’

UVAC Journal newly included in ‘Emerging Sources Citation Index’

Good news! The Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning has been accepted for inclusion in Thomson Reuters’ new ranking system ‘Emerging Sources Citation Index’ (ESCI). This is the first step towards gaining full SSCI inclusion as Thomson Reuters will be monitoring the citation activity for the journal over the coming year or so. Therefore we need to do all we can to increase citations to the journal in order to improve the chance of full inclusion. If there are any actions you can take to drive citation then please go ahead, or if you have any ideas please let us know.
In the meantime here is a link to more information about the ESCI:

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