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library:research_support [2019/08/16 09:20]
juthatip [Publications Ranking]
library:research_support [2019/12/03 07:36] (current)
laddawann [Citation or Reference Styles]
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   * **[[https://www.cgi.ac.th/intranet/students/download|CGI Citation Style]]**   * **[[https://www.cgi.ac.th/intranet/students/download|CGI Citation Style]]**
     * **Vancouver reference style** or the author-number system, is a citation style, popular in the physical sciences, and is a referencing systems normally used in medicine.      * **Vancouver reference style** or the author-number system, is a citation style, popular in the physical sciences, and is a referencing systems normally used in medicine. 
-      * {{:library:research_support:12_reference_vancouver_style.pdf|Vancouver citation Style}}+      * {{:library:research_support:reference_vancouver_style.pdf|Vancouver Style}}
     * **APA reference style.**  The rules of APA Style®, detailed in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, offer sound guidance for writing with simplicity, power, and concision. [[http://www.apastyle.org/index.aspx|APA]] Style has been adapted by many disciplines,used by writers around the world.     * **APA reference style.**  The rules of APA Style®, detailed in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, offer sound guidance for writing with simplicity, power, and concision. [[http://www.apastyle.org/index.aspx|APA]] Style has been adapted by many disciplines,used by writers around the world.
-      * {{:library:research_support:12_reference_apa_style.pdf|APA citation style}} \\ \\+      * {{:library:research_support:reference_apa_style.pdf|APA Style}} \\ \\
   * **[[https://www.cgi.ac.th/intranet/students/download|CGI Thesis Proposal format]]**   * **[[https://www.cgi.ac.th/intranet/students/download|CGI Thesis Proposal format]]**
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  Since 2007, CGI publications have been accepted to publish in international journals with Impact Factor higher than 2.    Since 2007, CGI publications have been accepted to publish in international journals with Impact Factor higher than 2.  
 +==== Scholarly Communications ==== 
 +  *[[https://www.force11.org/fsci/2019?fbclid=IwAR0qhkm8KANN7eXxc-fFPJhHjGFlpuKn18vTg899uVklga6t5VmYuNqqIy|Publsh or Perish?]]  Scientific and Scholarly Communication is in the middle of a system-wide disruption. These changes have affected every aspect of research, from its practice, to its administration, to its use. There are new forms of publication, new standards and expectations, new ways of measuring and demonstrating success, new dangers and pitfalls.\\  **Reference**: FORCE Announcement\\ 
 +  * [[library:research_support:publishers' list|Which journals to publish?]]\\ CGI encouraged the faculty and students to submit their papers  to publish in international journals with Impact Factor higher than 2 
 +  *  [[library:research_support:Journal Impact Factor|Journal Impact Factor]]\\ The impact factor (IF) of an academic journal is a measure reflecting the average number of citations to recent articles published in that journal. It is frequently used as a proxy for the relative importance of a journal within its field, with journals with higher impact factors deemed to be more important than those with lower ones. The impact factor was devised by Eugene Garfield, the founder of the Institute for Scientific Information. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impact_factor 
 +==== Reports ====
   * [[library:research_support:CGI_citation_reports|CGI citation reports]]   * [[library:research_support:CGI_citation_reports|CGI citation reports]]
-    * In 201857 CGI research papers were published in international journals with Impact factors from 0.567 to 11.613+    * In fiscal year 201951  research papers by CGI were published in international journals with Impact factors from 0.878 to 14.695
     * {{:library:research_support:cgi_oa_presentation_01-08-2019.pdf|CGI Publications in Open Access Journals (2008-2019)}}     * {{:library:research_support:cgi_oa_presentation_01-08-2019.pdf|CGI Publications in Open Access Journals (2008-2019)}}
-  * [[library:research_support:publishers' list|Which journals to publish?]]\\ CGI encouraged the faculty and students to submit their papers  to publish in international journals with Impact Factor higher than 2 
-  *  [[library:research_support:Journal Impact Factor|Journal Impact Factor]]\\ The impact factor (IF) of an academic journal is a measure reflecting the average number of citations to recent articles published in that journal. It is frequently used as a proxy for the relative importance of a journal within its field, with journals with higher impact factors deemed to be more important than those with lower ones. The impact factor was devised by Eugene Garfield, the founder of the Institute for Scientific Information. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impact_factor 
     * https://www.cgi.ac.th/news/activities/2019_activities/2019_01_21_trf-index-2560     * https://www.cgi.ac.th/news/activities/2019_activities/2019_01_21_trf-index-2560
     * https://www.trf.or.th/trf-announcement/13137-trf-index-2560     * https://www.trf.or.th/trf-announcement/13137-trf-index-2560