Answered By: Mary Francis
Last Updated: Aug 04, 2014     Views: 18

Impact factors for journals are available in "Journal Citation Reports."  You can find a link to Journal Citation Reports in the "Database Quicklinks" in the upper right corner of the library's home page. After linking to JCR, choose “Sciences” or “Social Sciences” and then search for a specific journal title or view a group of journals by subject category, publisher, or country/territory.

If you want any other information about the journals, you might take a look at Cabell's Directories, too. You can link to it in "Database Quicklinks." Cabells's online directories provide acceptance rate and other information for evaluating a journals in Business (accounting, econ and finance, management, and marketing) and education (curriculum & methods, psychology and administration, and technology and library science). Provides acceptance rates, type of review (blind or editorial), number of reviewers, and more.

Let us know if you have additional questions or any trouble using these resources.