Landmark Crosses the First 1000 Benchmark in Scopus


May 15, 2020 is celebration day at Landmark as the University just crossed her first – 1000 documents fully indexed in Scopus Journals. Of these numbers, a total of 432 are published in Gold Open access while the remaining 574 are Green.

This intentional feat followed the reawakening call of 2017, thereby making research and publishing at Landmark to be at a steadily upward pace with each year witnessing immense increase in the number of documents published and indexed in the Scopus database (The official publication and indexing platform for ranking world leading Universities). We can liken our research exploits to the word of the Lord in Isaiah 9:8 KJV which say

The Lord sent a word into Jacob, and it hath lighted upon Israel

Having keyed into the ever-increasing teachings and admonitions of Our Chancellor, Dr. David Oyedepo and the exploit of Our Sister University, Covenant, the University has since become a hub of research activities most leading to high impact publications. Taking a giant leap from the 2017 record of 75 Scopus indexed documents, LMU went on to record a whopping 228 documents in 2018 and this drastically increased to 387 for 2019. As at the time of writing this report, a total of 160 documents have already been indexed in Scopus for the year 2020. Indeed, the Lord has been gracious to us at LMU.

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