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|Title:||How surveyors view their journals|
|Source:||Tan, W. (2000). How surveyors view their journals. Surveying and Land Information Systems 60 (4) : 231-234. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||A recent survey on how surveyors view their journals shows that the journals may be classified under different clusters, each targeting a different audience. Although quantitative journals tend to be highly regarded, general-purpose journals seem to score better on impact. Editors may wish to consider important issues such as peer review, having an international editorial board, appropriate choice of content, joining international publishing databases and other signals of journal quality.|
|Source Title:||Surveying and Land Information Systems|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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