I want to introduce you the new Scopus Metrics entitled CiteScore.
In response to academia’s call for metrics that provide a broader, more transparent view of an academic journal’s1 citation impact, Scopus has developed a set of metrics that are free to access and easy to calculate.CiteScoreTM metrics are comprehensive, transparent and current and help to analyze where research is published. They reveal the citation impact of over 22,000 academic journals in 330 disciplines.
Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation CiteScore for 2015 is 0.12, SJR 2015 is 0.146, SNIP 2015 is 0.147. JSER Scopus metrics is increasing from year to year.
JSER CiteScore rank is
#2 User Modelling and User-Adapted Interaction 6.78 99th percentile
#3 Journal of Engineering Education 6.20 99th percentile
#4 Internet and Higher Education 5.87 99th percentile
#5 Computers and Education 5.64 99th percentile