Pattern of Referencing in Open Access Journals: An Analytical Study of Two Journals Indexed in SJR


Affiliations

  • Sambalpur University, India
  • Sambalpur University, H.O.D of P.G Department of Library and Information Science, India

Abstract

Internet has brought about revolutionary changes in scholarly publishing. Open access to research is believed to improving the quality of research. This paper is based on different patterns of referencing in two open access journals.

Keywords

College and Research Libraries (C&RL), Communication in Information Literacy (CIL), Open Access, Open Referencing, Pattern of Referencing, SCImago Journal and Country Rank (SJR).

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