Indexing the Journal

In 2018 included in the international register of scientific information materials and associated metadata from Crossref (USA). CrossRef – is an association of scholarly publishers that develops shared infrastructure to support more effective scholarly communications. Our citation-linking network today covers over 68 million journal articles and other content items (books chapters, data, theses, technical reports) from thousands of scholarly and professional publishers around the globe.

In 2018 included in the European repository database Open Aire. OpenAIRE is Europe's largest repository, with repositories linked through regional and content networks. Two of the largest regional networks of OpenAire are in Europe and LA Referencia in Latin America.

In 2019 included in the database of the Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine (Ukraine). Vernadsky V.I. National Library of Ukraine – the largest library in Ukraine. It is one of the twenty largest national libraries in the world. The main scientific and information center of Ukraine.

In 2019 included in the international scientific metric database Index Copernicus (Poland). Impact factor: 61.26. Index Copernicus (Poland) – International scientometric base (Index Copernicus Journals Master List). This website includes indexing, ranking and abstracting journals, and is a platform for scientific collaboration and joint research projects.

In 2019 included in the international scientific and metric database Eurasian Scientific Journal Index (ESJI) (Kazakhstan). Eurasian Scientific Journal Index – the database of the most important scientific logs in Europe and Asia where the most authoritative researches are published.

In 2019 included in the international scientifically metric database Scilit (Switzerland). Scilit is a free database for scientists that uses a new method for collecting data and indexing scientific material. Scanners get the latest data from CrossRef and PubMed daily, allowing you to quickly add recently published articles to Scilit. This research database is developed and maintained by the MDPI open source publisher. The name of the database comes from the two words 'scientific' and 'literature'.

In 2019 included in the international science-metric database WorldCat (USA). WorldCat – the world’s largest bibliographic database, with over 240 million records of all kinds of products for 470 languages. Base is created by joint efforts of more than 72 thousand libraries in 170 countries across the organization Online Computer Library Center.

In 2019 included in the international scientific metric database Dimensions (Great Britain). Dimensions allows users to find and access the most relevant information on their research topics, quickly analyze research findings, and gather ideas for research and publication strategies. The resource combines information about tens of millions of scientific articles, patents, grants, clinical studies, and contains many other combined data.

In 2019 included in the search engine for scientific publications by Google Scholar (USA). Google Scholar – a free search engine for the full text of scientific publications of all formats and disciplines. The project has been working since November 2004, initially as a beta version. The Google Scholar index includes data from most peer-reviewed online journals of the largest scientific publishers in Europe and America.

In 2019 included in the Open Ukrainian Citation Index. The Open Ukrainian Citation Index (OUCI) is a search engine and a citation database that come from all publishers that use the Crossref’s Cited-by service and supports the Initiative for Open Citations. The OUCI is intended to simplify the search for scientific publications, to attract editorial attention to the problem of completeness and quality of the metadata of Ukrainian scholarly publications, and will allow bibliometrics to freely study the relations between authors and documents from various disciplines, in particular in the field of social sciences and humanities. According to the principle of the OUCI, in the future every position of the list of used literature should ideally contain a DOI. Therefore, the OUCI search engine facilitates the process of verifying the sources used during writing.

In 2020 included in the ERIH PLUS. ERIH PLUS – European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences – the reference database on Humanities and Social Sciences. The publications are presented in English and some major European languages. ERIH PLUS reference and citation database is the world's largest platform for publishing and tracking in social and humanitarian research. Journals that are covered with ERIH PLUS monitoring system meet the strict European standards for academic publications. Publication’s indexing in ERIH PLUS allows researchers around the world to use academic materials published in the journal, and contributed to the increase in citation of authors in academic works of scientists from different countries.

In 2020 included in the DOAJ. DOAJ is a community-curated online directory that indexes and provides access to high quality, open access, peer-reviewed journals. DOAJ is independent. All funding is via donations from members and publisher members. All DOAJ services are free of charge including being indexed in DOAJ. All data is freely available.

Digital preservation
Journal is connected to LOCKSS and CLOCKSS. Open Journal Systems supports the LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) system for secure journal archiving. LOCKSS is an open-source software tool developed by the Stanford University Library that allows libraries to ensure the preservation of individual web journals by regularly checking the web sites of registered journals for new published content and archiving that content. Each archive is constantly checked for consistency with others; if the content turns out to be damaged or lost, other archives are used to restore it.

Open Journal Systems also supports the CLOCKSS (Controlled Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) system to provide a reliable and permanent archive for the journal. CLOCKSS is based on the open-source LOCKSS software developed at the Stanford University Library, which allows the library to save a selected web journal. 

PKP Preservation Network (PKP PN) to digitally preserve OJS journals. 

The journal is stored in the DSpace Internet Archive. DSpace is an open source repository software package typically used for creating open access repositories for scholarly and/or published digital content. While DSpace shares some feature overlap with content management systems and document management systems, the DSpace repository software serves a specific need as a digital archives system, focused on the long-term storage, access and preservation of digital content.