NAVIGATION Author Resouce Center

How ION Promotes Your Research

Together with our publisher, Wiley, the Institute of Navigation (ION) is committed to providing the best opportunities for promoting and maximizing the impact of your paper, so we use proven best practices for promoting your work.

ACCESS: The Institute of Navigation provides open access to the last two years of each issue of NAVIGATION. Both ION members and non-members can log into our website and download any Journal article from the past two years—complimentary.

ABSTRACTING AND INDEXING: NAVIGATION is indexed and abstracted in the Advanced Technologies & Aerospace Database (ProQuest), ArticleFirst (OCLC), COMPENDEX (Elsevier), Current Contents: Engineering, Computing & Technology (Clarivate Analytics), Earth, Atmospheric & Aquatic Science Database (ProQuest), Electrical & Electronics Abstracts (IET), INSPEC (IET), Materials Science & Engineering Database (ProQuest), Natural Science Collection (ProQuest), Science Citation Index Expanded (Clarivate Analytics), SciTech Premium Collection (ProQuest), SCOPUS (Elsevier), Technology Collection (ProQuest), and Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics).

NETWORKING: The NAVIGATION Editorial Board, the Managing Editor, and the Assistant Editor are actively engaged in networking as a resource to source new authors and to encourage them to publish in NAVIGATION.

IN THIS ISSUE: With each issue of NAVIGATION, ION sends an “In this Issue” email with a complete listing of all the articles, brief descriptions, and links that direct readers to your paper.

SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION: Wiley employs the latest algorithms designed to improve search engine optimization for NAVIGATION. Their teams work with Google and other search engines to ensure NAVIGATION is indexed correctly.

SOCIAL MEDIA: ION actively engages its various social media platforms to promote each issue of NAVIGATION. As each issue is published, we send out teasers with links to various papers using Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

CONFERENCES: ION conferences are particularly important to maximizing the impact of your paper. Technical papers presented during ION conferences are often subsequently published in NAVIGATION. Those papers are published in the official proceedings, which are provided online for attendees.

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