How to Check Journal for Thomson Reuters Indexing; Scopus/Scimago Indexing; & LIST OF PREDATORY JOURNALS

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How do I know if my journal publication is indexed in Thomson Reuters Ranking?

To do this, just click here, and you will be directed to the Master Journal List.

On the Master Journal List page, there are two things that you MUST do in order to proceed successfully with your quest. You will find two search options on the Master Journal List page; the fist one is Search Our Master Journal List” and the second one is Search Type. On the first search option (i.e., Search Our Master Journal List), type in the name of the journal that published your manuscript. On the second search option (i.e., Search Type), select “Full Journal Title” from the drop down menu. Finally, click the search button and wait for the response. Once this is done, it will return the name of the journal and the country of publication as well as other important information about the journal such as: ISSN, eISSN, journal category and the publisher of the journal. These information are usually shown below the search box. If the journal is indexed or ranked by Thomson Reuters, the above stated information will be displayed together with the name of the journal you are querying. If the journal is not a Thomson Reuters journal, it will display the following information:

No matches found for the query

The Master Journal List is a consortium of Web of Science Group that is involved in the indexing and collation of journals published and indexed by Thomson Reuters, which is usually captured by the Emerging Sources Citation Index. The Master Journal List is an invaluable tool to help you to find the right journal for your needs across multiple indices hosted on the Web of Science platform.

FOR PAPERS INDEXED OR RANKED IN SCOPUS / SCIMAGO, click here to check if they are ranked or indexed in Scopus or Scimago.

Below are some list of predatory journals………………Check it out and be guided!


Predatory journals are exploitative open-access academic publishing business model that involves charging publication fees to or from unsuspecting authors without providing the required and necessary editorial and publishing services associated with reputable and known legitimate journals with rankings, indexing and impact factor. Below are the list of these predatory journals.


REFERENCES: https://beallslist.weebly.com/

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