Academic Indexes

  • 1- Web of Science (WoS) – WoS is one of the most widely used databases for academic publishing and provides indexing for journals across various disciplines.

  • 2- Scopus – Scopus is another widely used abstract and citation database that includes a large number of journals from different subject areas.

  • 3- PubMed – PubMed is a database primarily focused on biomedical literature and is widely used in the field of medicine and life sciences.
  • 4- Google Scholar – Google Scholar is a freely accessible search engine that indexes scholarly literature across various disciplines.
  • 5- Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) – Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ): DOAJ is a community-curated online directory that indexes high-quality, peer-reviewed open access journals.


“It’s important to note that achieving indexing in these services often requires meeting certain criteria and going through an evaluation process. Additionally, there may be other discipline-specific or regional indexing services that are relevant to consider depending on the focus of the journal..”

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