18 February 2011

Open Access English Language Journals Portal

Open J-Gate is World's biggest Open Access English Language Journals Portal and the electronic gateway to global journal literature in open access domain. Launched in 2006, Open J-Gate provides seamless access to millions of journal articles available online. Open J-Gate is also a database of journal literature, indexed from 4,751 open access journals, with links to full text at Publisher sites. It aims to promote models that ensure free and unrestricted access to scholarly & research journals.

Open J-Gate Features and Benefits:
  • Portal with the largest number of e-journals : Open J-Gate indexes articles from 4751 academic, research and industry journals. In that 2587 of them are peer-reviewed scholarly journals.

  • Links to one million+ open access articles: This number is growing with 300000+ new articles added every year. Full-text links are regularly validated.

  • Constant updating: The Open J-Gate site is updated every day.

  • Well designed journal classification : All journals are classified in a three-level hierarchical system to provide for better relevancy in search results.

  • Table of Content (TOC) Browsing : Users can browse the TOC of latest issue and the back issues.

  • Easy-to-Use search functionalities : Database allows various search options for the user’s convenience. The subscriber can search by Title, Author, Abstract, Author's Address/Institution, Keywords with boolean search accross fields

Click here to access Open J-Gate Journals Portal

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