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Auditing scholarly journals published in Malaysia and assessing their visibility

  title={Auditing scholarly journals published in Malaysia and assessing their visibility},
  author={A. N. Zainab and S. A. Sanni and N. N. Edzan and Ai Peng Koh},
The problem with the identification of Malaysian scholarly journals lies in the lack of a current and complete listing of journals published in Malaysia. As a result, librarians are deprived of a tool that can be used for journal selection and identification of gaps in their serials collection. This study describes the audit carried out on scholarly journals, with the objectives (a) to trace and characterized scholarly journal titles published in Malaysia, and (b) to determine their visibility… 

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