Using Journal Citation Reports and SHERPA RoMEO to Facilitate Conversations on Institutional Repositories

@article{Kristick2008UsingJC,
  title={Using Journal Citation Reports and SHERPA RoMEO to Facilitate Conversations on Institutional Repositories},
  author={Laurel Kristick},
  journal={Collection Management},
  year={2008},
  volume={34},
  pages={49 - 52}
}
This article describes a technique using the Thomson Reuters’ Journal Citation Reports and the SHERPA RoMEO Web site to identify a set of core journals in a discipline and determine whether the journals’ publishers allow preprint or postprint archiving in their copyright transfer agreements. 
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