Indexing & Abstracting

SCOPUS(Discontinued and in the process of indexing) is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings. Delivering a comprehensive overview of the world's research output in the fields of science, technology, medicine, social sciences, and arts and humanities, Scopus features smart tools to track, analyze and visualize research.

SCIMAGO Q4, The SCImago Journal & Country Rank is a publicly available portal that includes the journals and country scientific indicators developed from the information contained in the Scopus® database (Elsevier B.V.). These indicators can be used to assess and analyze scientific domains. Journals can be compared or analysed separately. Link here:

REDALYC, is an indexing system that contains open access journals of scientific and editorial quality. After 16 years of providing visibility and supporting the consolidation of journals, it now incorporates exclusively those journals, from any part of the world, that share the non-profit publishing model in order to preserve the scholarly and open nature of scientific communication.

DOAJ, Directory of Open Access Journals was launched in 2003 with 300 open access journals. Today, this independent database contains over 15 000 peer-reviewed open access journals covering all areas of science, technology, medicine, social sciences, arts and humanities. Open access journals from all countries and in all languages are welcome to apply for inclusion.

SPELL (ANPAD), Scientific Periodic Electronic Library is a free repository of scientific papers and aims to provide access to scientific and technical information. Brazil.

ERIHPLUS, European Reference Index for the Humanities at the request of its Member Organisations in 2002. The main aim of ERIH has been from its very beginnings to enhance global visibility of high quality research in the humanities published in academic journals in various European languages all over Europe. 

LATINDEX Catalog 2.0, regional online information system for scientific journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal. Its mission is to disseminate, make accessible and raise the quality of the academic journals published in the region, through shared work.

LatinREV, Latin American network of academic journals in social sciences and humanities, of the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO). Argentina.

MIAR, Information Matrix for Journal Analysis, collects data for the identification and analysis of scientific journals; in addition to showing the visibility in databases and offering information on the presence of the journal in different repositories. University of Barcelona, Spain.

Google Scholar, Google search engine focused and specialized in the search for scientific-academic content and other services (Library, Rankig of journals, Alerts, Researcher Profile). United States of America.

WorldCat, a world catalog managed by the Online Computer Library Center, considered the largest online catalog in the world. United States of America.

Crossref, official digital object identifier (DOI) registration agency of the DOI International Foundation. United States of America and United Kingdom.

ROAD, Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resources, provides free access to a set of open access bibliographic records, created by the ISSN Network. ROAD is linked to the actions carried out by the United Nations Organization for Science, Education and Culture (UNESCO) to promote public access to scientific resources. ROAD is a complement to GOAP (Global Open Access Portal), developed by UNESCO. This portal presents the state of scientific information in open access (free and free) around the world. France.

BASE, Bielefeld Academic Search Engine, one of the largest search engines in the world, especially for academic web resources. BASE provides more than 150 million documents from more than 7,000 sources. BASE is operated by the Bielefeld University Library. Germany.

OpenAIRE, Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe, technological and services infrastructure created to support, accelerate and measure the correct implementation of European policies on open access to scientific publications and research data. European Union.

DRJI, Directory of Research Journals Indexing, free online service for searching web resources. India.

Zenodo: a general-purpose open access repository developed under the European OpenAIRE program and operated by the European Organization for Nuclear Research. Switzerland.

DIADORIM, Directory of editorial policies of Brazilian scientific journals, is an information service that gathers policies regarding storage and access to articles from Brazilian scientific journals in institutional/digital repositories. It is an important source of consultation so that authors, scientific editors and repository managers do not violate the publication agreement established between the author and the journal. Brazil.

TOP Factor, Journal policies can be evaluated based on the degree to which they comply with the TOP Guidelines. This TOP Factor is a metric that reports the steps that a journal is taking to implement open science practices, practices that are based on the core principles of the scientific community. It is an alternative way to assess journal qualities, and is an improvement over traditional metrics that measure mean citation rates. 

In AURA, AmeliCA aims to reflect the general state of scholarly journals concerning open access policies and exploitation rights of scholarly publishing. AURA’s goal is to know publishing policies of scholarly journals concerning access to their files, exploitation rights and publishing licenses, and how they affect self-archive in institutional or thematic repositories. Journals are classified by colours in accordance with DULCINEA’s and SHERPA/ROMEO’s taxonomy.

It is important to clarify that we are not responsible for the indexing processes of our publications. While we seek to meet the criteria and standards required by indexers, it is essential to understand that the final decision of whether or not to index a journal is exclusive to these entities. Therefore, we cannot guarantee the inclusion or permanence of our journal in any particular indexer or index, despite our commitment to maintaining high standards of quality and academic relevance in our content.