Google Scholar - click on the "cited by" link
WorldCat - search to see how many libraries have a copy of your book.
The Impact Factors of a journal "give the average number of citations to articles in a particular journal; essentially, the average number of times that articles in a journal are referenced by other articles.
e.g. 2015 journal impact factor = number of citations in 2015 to articles published in 2014 and 2013 in Journal X / number of articles published in 2014 and 2013 in Journal X
The following resources are freely available for researchers to evaluate the impact of a particular journal in a field of study.
Freely-accessible resource that uses SCOPUS data to rank the impact of scholarly journals.
Freely-accessible resource that uses ISI Web of Science and Journal Citation Reports (JCR) data to rank scholarly journal impact.
Freely-accessible resource that uses Microsoft Academic data to rank journal impact by field of study. Select a subject on the left side, and then click "See More" in the middle to get a detailed list.
Freely-accessible resource that uses Google Scholar data to rank scholarly journal impact. Select "Categories" on the left side to pick a subject area.
In addition to these resources, journals often list their own impact factors and rankings. For example, check the header to Ecology Letters to find its impact factor and subject ranking in Wiley Online Library.
EBSCOhost Databases - click on the link which is located in the blue bar running across the top of the database screen.
ProQuest Databases - click on Advanced Search. On the next screen select Author - AU which will bring up Look up Authors. Click on Look up Authors and enter the Last name, first Initials. Click FIND. Select your author from the list. Click Add to Search. Click Search. Look for the number to the right of the Cited By box.
The following resources are available to assist researchers in picking the right journal for their work and making this work as visible as possible in the field:
Publishing in an open-access journal allows your work to be discovered by more researchers. DOAJ has a comprehensive list of open access journals by subject.
Helps researchers evaluate scholarly journals that fit their research.
Independent site that gives information from users on their experience with the review process of academic journals.
Vtext is Valdosta State University's official digital repository, offering long-term preservation and open access options for your scholarly work. Vtext is part of the GALILEO Knowledge Repository project.