Are you interested in learning more about CiteScore metrics and then sharing that information with your researchers or other librarians and information professionals? The Scopus Team has put together some great resources that you can link to or download and use within your LibGuides, instruction, blogs and other outreach activities.
- CiteScore metrics updated with 2016 annual values (Elsevier Connect)
- Keeping score of CiteScore (Library Connect)
- Controversial impact factor gets a heavyweight rival (Nature News)
- CiteScore: a new metric to help you track journal performance and make decisions (Elsevier Connect)
Where to find CiteScore metrics — website links
To use search and filter features and to explore the full range of associated CiteScore metrics for a group of journals, such as open access journals or a specific subject category, visit https://journalmetrics.scopus.com
To interrogate the metrics and underlying data for a specific journal of interest, visit Scopus
Link to a six-minute CiteScore metrics tutorial on the Scopus research metrics information site page.
Embed an animated four-minute video to share CiteScore 2016 background information with your users.
The updated four-page factsheet contains information about the eight indicators in the CiteScore metrics family, plus the two golden rules for research metrics and graphics with key CiteScore data points.
The one-page PDF (shown at top of this article page) is a nice visualization for your LibGuide, containing information about number of titles, top newcomers, highest metric scores, number of disciplines covered and more.
Scopus blog posts
The Scopus blog has posted several terrific how-tos about CiteScore metrics, including:
- How to explore, compare and track journal citation impact with CiteScore metrics
- CiteScore Tracker: Keep current with how a title’s CiteScore is building each month
- CiteScore Revealed: More transparency, more clarity
Link to all Scopus blog posts tagged with CiteScore metrics.
See CiteScore metrics in the context of a number of author, article and journal metrics. Download a poster featuring 14 metrics, larger format cards and a PowerPoint presentation.
Sample CiteScore metrics LibGuides
Arizona State University — http://libguides.asu.edu/citation/citescore
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University — http://libguides.lb.polyu.edu.hk/journalimpact/citescore