DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals)

DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals)  is a directory of 10,000 open access scientific and scholarly journals in any field and language, half of them searchable at article level, are founded in 2003.

Ten years after its launching with 300 journals, DOAJ has become the authoritative source and the one stop shop for users of quality open access journals.

These journals are either peer reviewed or using a quality control system. Their inclusion in DOAJ increases their visibility, ease of use and impact, and is also an incentive to keep or improve the level of quality and degree of openness they were chosen for.

Available in English, French, Greek, Portuguese, Spanish and Turkish. DOAJ offers 10,000 open access journals from 124 countries in 51 languages.

As of September 2014, the database contains basic records for 10,000 journals, with an average of four journals being added each day in 2012. 

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