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Nearly 90% of IGI Global’s Frontlist Books Now Indexed in Scopus – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 4/11/24

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According to their press release, “IGI Global, a leading publisher of academic research, announces a significant achievement in its commitment to publishing excellence. The majority of the publisher’s frontlist books are currently recognized by the prestigious index, Scopus, a testament to its dedication to producing high-quality academic and scholarly works. Nearly 90% of IGI Global’s 2023 copyright year (approximately 600 books) are included in the most recent indexing update provided by Scopus. Also, nearly a third of IGI Global’s current 2024 copyright year has already been indexed (the publisher will continue to release 2024 copyright books through to the end of June 2024). View IGI Global’s complete list of Scopus-indexed books here. …”


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