Journal indexing


One of the biggest challenges facing scientific journals is being indexed in international and top-rated databases. The benefit of being indexed in such databases, is the availability of the journal to a wide audience, in a short amount of time. Generally, these indexes are classified into three categories: International Scientific Indexing (ISI) Specialized Indexing (e.g. Read more about Indexing[…]

Selection criteria for indexing in EBSCO

Selection criteria for indexing in EBSCO

EBSCO database, established by Stephen B. Alton in the United States in 1944, is currently serving as one of the largest publishers and collectors of various types of resources and information, including full-text journals, newspapers, and other information sources.


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