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The Educational Review, USA Achieves a New High in Comprehensive Impact

January 10,2024 Views: 1690

Recently, according to Google Scholar data analysis, The Educational Review, USA has achieved record high levels of both visits and citations. The journal's visit count has surpassed 2.1 million, with the highest number of citations for a single paper reaching 99. The h5 median index has reached 19, demonstrating outstanding performance.

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The Educational Review, USA (ISSN: 2575-7946) is an international English journal under the American Hill Publishing Group. It is a scholarly journal in the field of education that is internationally distributed, dedicated to publishing the latest research developments in education. The journal welcomes innovative, exploratory, and practical research with scientific reasoning, sufficient evidence, accurate foresight, and high academic value. All submissions to this journal undergo strict peer review and include various types of articles such as original articles, reviews, case reports, research briefs, and more.

The editor-in-chief, Wolfgang Amann, is a professor at HEC Paris in France. HEC Paris, also known as the Paris Higher Business School, was founded by the Paris Chamber of Commerce in 1881. It is one of the most prestigious business management schools in France and one of the most renowned business schools in Europe. HEC Paris is a leader in international rankings, having been ranked as the top business school in Europe for 8 consecutive years (Financial Times 2013 Business School Rankings). Its EMBA program was ranked as the world's top program (Financial Times 2015 rankings), and its Master in International Finance program was ranked as the world's top program (Financial Times 2016 Global Master in Finance Rankings).

The editorial team comes from dozens of universities around the world, including Peking University, the University of Edinburgh, the University of Birmingham in the UK, the University of Rome in Italy, McGill University in Canada, the University of Utah in the US, North Carolina State University in the US, Southern Illinois University in the US, the University of South Australia, and Beijing Normal University.

This journal covers topics including but not limited to the following areas:

The Educational Review, USA has been indexed in the following databases: ProQuest, UK; Academic Keys; CrossRef; SCOPE DATABASE; COSMOS Impact Factor, Germany; Citefactor; Directory of Research Journal Indexing (DRJI); i-Scholar; infoBASE INDEX; JournalSeek; Open J-Gate; Root Indexing; SciLit; Scientific Indexing Services (SIS); The Library of Congress, USA; Turkish Education Index (TEI); Worldcat, USA; PUBSCIE; National Diet Library (Japan); CSCIED; CNKI Scholar; WANFANG DATA, and nearly 40 other databases.

The Educational Review, USA has been cited by numerous journals and conference papers, including Journal of Research in Science Teaching (IF=4.6), Heliyon (IF=4.0, a journal under Cell), Frontiers in Psychology (IF=3.8), PloS One (IF=3.7), Humanities & Social Sciences Communications (IF=3.5, a journal under Nature), Sensors (IF=3.275), and the 2020 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference. One of its papers, "Identification of Student Attitudes toward Physics Learning at Batanghari District High School" has been cited 100 times.

(The image shows a screenshot of a paper being cited 100 times, data from Google Scholar)

(The image shows a screenshot of a paper being cited 34 times, data from Google Scholar)

The Educational Review, USA has a wide user coverage, including more than 80 countries and regions around the world such as the United States, China, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Japan, Russia, Israel, Portugal, Spain, Australia, Greece, Ukraine, Egypt, India, Brazil, Vietnam, Mexico, Cuba, Indonesia, Nigeria, among others. The top five countries in terms of website visits are the United States, China, India, Brazil, and Indonesia.

(Image: User distribution map, data from Baidu Statistics)

The Educational Review, USA has adopted the "International English Journal Digital Publishing Platform System" and "Big Data Level Intelligent Manuscript Invitation System" from the Yiwu International, injecting strong momentum into the development of the journal. This has effectively shortened the publication cycle and improved user experience. The submission to publication cycle for this journal is approximately 28-60 days, and it has also achieved a very good level of readership. Below are the top five cited papers in the journal (data as of January 3, 2024, from Google Scholar and the journal's official website):

1. Identification of Student Attitudes toward Physics Learning at Batanghari District High School

How to cite this paper: Astalini, Kurniawan, D. A., Perdana, R., & Kurniasari, D. (2018). Identification of Student Attitudes toward Physics Learning at Batanghari District High School. The Educational Review, USA, 2(9), 475-484.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2018.09.003    

Visits: 17883; Citation: 100

2. BAPNE FIT: Neuromotricity and Body Percussion in Physical Activity and Sport Sciences

How to cite this paper: Francisco Javier Romero-Naranjo. (2022). BAPNE FIT: Neuromotricity and Body Percussion in Physical Activity and Sport Sciences. The Educational Review, USA, 6(2), 37-44.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2022.02.001 

Visits: 9017; Citation: 34

3. Education in the Era of COVID-19: Innovative Solutions to Real Challenges

How to cite this paper: Maharaj-Landaeta Sunita. (2020). Education in the Era of COVID-19: Innovative Solutions to Real Challenges. The Educational Review, USA, 4(11), 193-198.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2020.11.002 

Visits: 13257; Citation: 30

4. Cybersecurity Workforce Development for Digital Economy

How to cite this paper: Teoh, C. S., & Mahmood, A. K. (2017). Cybersecurity Workforce Development for Digital Economy.The Educational Reviewing, USA, 2(1), 136-146.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2018.01.003 

Visits: 14187; Citation: 24

5. Attitudes of College Students on the Subject of Mathematical Physics III in Physics Education Program of Jambi University

How to cite this paper: Kurniawan, D. A., Astalini, Susanti, A., & Maison (2017). Attitudes of College Students on the Subject of Mathematical Physics III in Physics Education Program of Jambi University. The Educational Review, USA, 2(11), 505-513.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2018.11.001 

Visits: 15033; Citation: 24