Google Scholar: Google Scholar offers a simple way to search broadly for scholarly articles across many disciplines (subject areas) and sources (books/ articles/ abstracts/ theses/ court opinions) from academic publishers and other websites. Google Scholar facilitates with finding relevant published scholarly research-based articles across the world. The aim of Google Scholar is to rank documents exactly the way researchers do. Visit here to have a look at the indexed articles of IJLHSS in google scholar.
Eurasian Scientific Journal Index (ESJI): The database of ESJI encompasses the most important scientific journals publishing the most authoritative and relevant research in both Europe and Asia. Major international journals and proceedings are indexed in ESJI. ESJI is such a service which provides access to quality controlled Open Access Journals. The ESJI covers all open access scientific and scholarly journals that make sure that quality control system is used. Increasing the visibility and easing the use of open access scientific and scholarly journals are the main aim of ESJI.
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Directory of Research Journal Indexing (DRJI): DRJI makes sure that the indexed international journal will reach all continents by providing ready access to education literature to improve practice in learning, teaching, educational decision-making, and research. Directory of Research Journals Indexing helps to find web resources for articles and research. DRJI has reviewed and evaluated thousands of resources from the internet to choose key websites in required subject areas. Indexed journals in DRJI will be submitted to all social networks as well as they will be displayed on the world’s top electronic library.
To know more details: http://olddrji.lbp.world/
Academia: Academia.edu is actually a social networking website created for academics. The platform is used not only to share papers but also to monitor impact as well as to follow the research involved in a particular field. Academia.edu proclaims it’s support to open science or open access movements and, in particular, instant distribution of research, and a peer-review system that occurs alongside distribution, instead of prior to it.
Academic Resource Index (ResearchBib): A high standard open access indexing database is maintained by ResearchBib to facilitate researchers and publishers. ReasearchBib is building research communities all over the world to promote and great research resources with great passion.
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Unique Link Identifier (ULI): With the aim of facilitating the researchers and publishers with the technology of storing articles links in digital form, ULI foundation is giving their best service. ULI Foundation is a non-profit organization with the aim of providing best service to the publishers.
To know more details: http://ulifoundation.com/
ResearcherID (Thomson-Reuters): A solution to the ambiguity problem within the community of scholarly research is provided by ResearcherID. ResearcherID assigns a unique identifier to researchers or indexed international journal to manage- publication lists, track times cited counts and h-index, identify potential collaborators and avoid author misidentification. Moreover, ResearcherID information assimilates with the Web of Science which allows to claim and showcase publications.