Webology: Volume 8, Number 1, 2011

Alireza Noruzi anoruzi at GMAIL.COM
Fri Aug 26 20:01:33 EDT 2011

Dear All, apologies for cross-posting.
We are pleased to inform you that Vol. 8, No. 1 of Webology, an OPEN
ACCESS bi-annual journal, is published and available ONLINE now.
Webology: Volume 8, Number 1, 2011. TOC:
This issue contains:

- Social networking tools and research information systems: Do they compete?
-- Sven Bittner, & Andre Müller
-- Keywords:  Research information; Social networking
-- http://www.webology.org/2011/v8n1/a82.html

- Open access to scientific knowledge and feudalism knowledge: Is
there a connection?
-- Vladimir M. Moskovkin
-- Keywords:  Open access; Feudalism knowledge; Universities;
Transnational corporations; Google Scholar; Google Patents
-- http://www.webology.org/2011/v8n1/a83.html

- The impact of electronic word-of-mouth in the distribution of digital goods
-- Ravi S. Sharma, & Tushar Pandey
-- Keywords:  Social media; Web 2.0; Blogs; Online communities
-- http://www.webology.org/2011/v8n1/a84.html

- Digitizing resources for University of Nigeria repository: Process
and challenges
-- Helen Nneka Eke
-- Keywords:  Repository; Digitization; Digitization process;
Information resources; Libraries; Nigeria
-- http://www.webology.org/2011/v8n1/a85.html

- Citation analysis of Journal of Documentation
-- Neeraj Kumar Singh, Jyoti Sharma, & Navneet Kaur
-- Keywords:  Citation analysis; Journal of Documentation; Scopus; Bibliometrics
-- http://www.webology.org/2011/v8n1/a86.html

- Bibliometric analysis of the 'Electronic Library' journal (2000-2010)
-- Akhtar Hussain, Nishat Fatima, & Devendra Kumar
-- Keywords:  Electronic Library; Bibliometrics; Content analysis;
Scientific journal
-- http://www.webology.org/2011/v8n1/a87.html

Call for Papers - Special Issue: Competitive Intelligence and the Web
-- http://www.webology.org/callforpapers.html

Webology Impact Factor:
     Google Scholar journal h-index: 11
     Google Scholar journal Impact Factor (GSjIF) = 5.77
      Google Scholar journal Impact Factor (GSjIF) = Number of
citations to a journal without counting citations to two last year
(current and last year) / Number of citable items (papers, editorial
notes and book reviews) up to two last year
           For example the GSjIF for Webology journal is counted as follows,
           No. of Citations: 647 / No. of Papers (72) + Editorial
Notes (20) + Book Review (20) = 112
           GSjIF: 647/112 = 5.77
           GSjIF can be considered as a total impact of a journal on
the Web. Note that I am writing a short paper about GSjIF.

Best regards,
Alireza Noruzi, Ph.D.
Information Consultant
Editor-in-Chief of Webology
Website: www.webology.org
~ The great aim of Open Access journals is knowledge sharing. ~
~ Scientific knowledge is the result of the knowledge sharing and
exchange of experiences. ~

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