Malaysian Citation Centre (MCC) serves the database of academic papers published in Malaysian scholarly journals. MCC collects all the published articles, make them accessible through the Malaysian Journal Management System (MyJurnal), together with their citations online and in real-time through MyCite, a citation system. In addition, the MyCite database is designed to calculate the journal impact factors automatically. MCC has been financially supported since its establishment by the Ministry of Education Malaysia (formerly known as Ministry of Higher Education).
LOCAL JOURNALS: Publish journals by local varsities (source: NST)
LOCAL universities are trying hard to be placed among the world's top-ranking universities. Most of our research universities have produced journals. It is interesting to note that based on the Performance of Malaysian Journals in MyCite: 2012, which was conducted by the Malaysian Citation Centre, Higher Education Ministry, there are 88 Malaysian journals that had obtained the H-index of one to six. Read more...
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Publication on MyCite
Journal: Adding Value to Scholarly Journals through A Citation Indexing System.
Abstract: The use of citation indices initially published by the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) (Science Citation Index Expanded, Social Sciences Citation Index, the Humanities Citation Index and Journal Citation Report) and currently packaged in the Web of Science (WoS) by Thomson Reuters is widespread and has outgrown its original purpose as initiated by Eugene Garfield. Read more...
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