Tag:academic journal indexing

Have you been wondering whether Scopus indexing could be a good fit for your journal or journals? Learn more about what Scopus has to offer and how you can set about navigating its application process in this blog post.

Annie Gering, Publishing Editor at RTI Press, discusses how RTI improved its peer review experience for editors, authors, and reviewers and started producing articles in more index-optimized digital formats with the help of Scholastica in this interview.

What is the role of Crossref content registration in journal discovery? Scholastica and Crossref dig into how making rich machine-readable metadata deposits to Crossref can help publishers greatly expand the potential reach and impacts of their articles in this free on-demand webinar.

What are the DOAJ's latest indexing criteria? And how can you apply to add one or more journals to the DOAJ? We break down everything you need to know in this blog post.

In this blog post, we break down answers to some of the most common journal indexing questions, covering everything you need to know to initiate and keep building upon a successful indexing strategy.

We reached out to the Web of Science support team to learn more about what to expect from the WoS Core Collection application and evaluation process. In this blog post, we share insights from that outreach and overview what you need to know about getting a journal added to WoS for the first time.

Now journals using Scholastica for open access publishing can set up automated Digital Object Identifier (DOI) registration and machine-readable metadata deposits via Crossref. Read on for the full details!

In this blog post, we overview how Google Scholar works, the benefits of Google Scholar indexing, and what you need to know to have your journal articles added to Google Scholar.

Anna Tolwinska, Member Experience Manager at Crossref, breaks down how to apply to become a Crossref member to register Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) for the journals you publish and the key benefits.

Journal publishers that want their articles to show up in relevant abstracting and indexing databases must submit article information to them in machine-readable formats. If you only publish journal articles in human-readable formats, like PDFs, you're likely missing out on valuable indexing opportunities.