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July 5, 2012

Written Communication Impact Factor and Ranking Up

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Written Communication raised its Impact Factor in 2011 to 1.0062 (from .939 in 2010) and ranking to 23 out of 72 in Communication (from 27 of 67 in 2010.)

The Impact Factor of a journal is an evaluation tool frequently used to measure the importance of a journal within its field. The Impact Factor and Rankings are done by Thompson and Reuters' Journal Citation Reports (JRC). Journals are divided into "subject categories" and given a ranking within each category based on a metric for measuring citation activity known as the "impact factor".

Written Communication (WC), peer-reviewed and published quarterly, is a broad, interdisciplinary, and essential journal for research on the study of writing in all its symbolic forms. It reports on what writing is, how writing gets done, and what writing does in the world, consistently providing readers with new research findings, new theoretical concepts, and new ways of understanding how writing is practiced in schools, workplaces, and communities.

Congrats to Written Communication Editor, Professor Christina Haas, and
Editorial Assistant, Joe Bartolotta on their fabulous work!

January 21, 2011

Written Communication Reception

Written Communication, a quarterly journal devoted to the study of writing in its myriad forms, is now housed in the Department of Writing Studies in the College of Liberal Arts. The Department, including Professor Christina Haas and her editorial staff, would like to invite you to a reception celebrating Written Communication's arrival at the University of Minnesota.

The reception will be held on February 2, 2011 in the Upson Room of Walter Library from 3 until 4.30 in the afternoon.

At the reception, meet Editor Professor Christina Haas and her editorial staff,
read samples, and learn more about the international scope of the journal.

Light Refreshments will be served

Written Communication
is a quarterly research journal devoted to the study of writing in its myriad forms.