Islamic World Science Citation Database
Islamic World Science Citation Database (ISC) is a citation index established by the Iranian Ministry of Science, Research and Technology after it was approved by the Organisation of the Islamic Conference. It only indexes journals from the Islamic world.
It was announced in Baku, Azerbaijan during the Fourth Islamic Conference of the Ministers of Higher Education and Scientific Research held in October 2008. It is managed by the Islamic World Science Citation Center, located in Shiraz.
- Wagdy Sawahel (17 October 2008). "Islamic countries to get own science citation index". SciDev.Net.
- Ahmed Rostom (August 2009). "The Islamic World Science Citation Database partnership with Scopus brings greater visibility to Islamic researchers". Library Connect. 7 (3). ISSN 1549-3725.
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