Abstracting and Indexing
SCOPUS (What is SCOPUS?)
We are glad to announce that starting from 2010 issues all JCIT papers will be indexed in SCOPUS. This means that even more researchers and scientists will get access to high-quality research papers published in JCIT.: SCOPUS.
DBLP (What is DBLP?)
Now all previously published papers in JCIT are included in DBLP list for Computer Science journals. In this list you can find your names and the name of your co-author in BibTex format. The inclusion to DBLP will make JCIT more accessible to researchers and promotes your papers over the web. Here you can access the JCIT's homepage in DBLP: JCIT's link in DBLP.
DOI (What is DOI?)
Now also JCIT and all JCIT issues and papers are registered in DOI system. This allows all JCIT papers to have a permanent digital identifier in the Internet. DOI for JCIT is : 10.4156/jcit
INSPEC (What is INSPEC?)
All papers published in JCIT will also be indexed in INSPEC database by IET(Institution of Engineering and Technology, UK). The Inspec database contains content that is quality or peer reviewed scientific and engineering literature written in any language that falls within the subject scope of the database. Thus it is the next step in making JCIT more accessible to the worldwide scientific society. INSPEC Direct
All JCIT papers are also indexed and accessible in Google Scholar.
Computer and Information Systems Abstracts
Information available at: http://www.csa.com/factsheets/computer-set-c.php
ProQuest (What is ProQuest?)
The full-text of JCIT papers will be included in our ProQuest Technology Collection, ProQuest High Technology & Aerospace Collection and ProQuest Illustrata: Technology databases.Proquest Illustrata
Scirus (What is Scirus?)
All papers published in JCIT will be indexed by scirus database. It means that published papers by JCIT will be contributed to related research widely.
Ulrich's (What is Ulrich's?)
From June 2011, All papers published in JCIT will be also indexed in Ulrich's Serials Analysis System. We believe this will allow JCIT to be much more accessible to many research center professionals from all over the world. Ulrich's
EBSCO (What is EBSCO?)
Cabell's Directories (What is Cabell's Directories?)
JCIT papers are indexed in Cabell's directories from May, 2012 issues.
Cabell is internationally recognized directories in North America which provides information on publication guidelines to professors, graduate students and researchers who want to publish their manuscripts in academic journals.
We are trying to include JCIT into Tomson Master Journals. On that regard, we are looking forward to great research results from your side. Thank you for your interest and contribution to JCIT.