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"Scientific bulletin of Polissia" is included in the following databases.

Ukrainika naukova is a Ukrainian nationwide bibliographic database containing abstracts and citations for publications in the technical, medical, natural and social sciences (including humanities), launched by The Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine and the Institute for Information Recording of NAS (Ukraine). It is also supplied printed as “Dzherelo”. Available on

CrossRef ( is an association of publishers of scientific publications (magazines, monographs, collections of conferences materials), created to develop and support the world-wide high-tech infrastructure of scientific communications. The main task of CrossRef is to promote the widespread use of innovative technologies to accelerate and facilitate research. CrossRef focuses on issues of developing an electronic infrastructure for mutual citation of scientific publications. The CrossRef Association supports the common worldwide mutual citation service, which functions as a kind of gateway between e-publisher platforms. This service does not store full texts of scientific publications, but it retains information about the links between publications through the technology of Digital Object Identifier (CrossRef DOI), as well as the metadata of published scientific materials. Thanks to this system researchers can use the functionality of the global scientific-publishing environment level.
CrossRef members now are 5,000 publishers from all over the world. The CrossRef citations database covers more than 75 million journal articles and other types of scientific publications (monographs, data sets, dissertations, technical reports).

Ulrich's Periodicals Directory is a bibliographic database providing detailed, comprehensive, and authoritative information on serials published throughout the world. The online version includes over 300,000 active and current periodicals.

Web of Science або Web of Knowledge is a search platform that combines abstract databases of publications in scientific journals and patents, including databases that take into account the citation of publications, developed and provided by Thomson Reuters. The Web of Science covers materials from the natural, technical, biological, social sciences, humanities and arts. The platform has built-in capability to search, analyze and manage bibliographic information.
Web of Science includes over 3,700 leading journals and over 10,000 scientific publications around the world, including open access journals and over 110,000 conference materials. It covers the period from 1900 in 256 disciplines.
In 2012, the Web of Science ranked 18 Ukrainian titles, 17 of which were issued by the scientific institutes of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

The depth of the archive of the journal "Scientific Bulletin of Polissya" in the WoS Collection of Emerging Sources Citation Index from 2015 to 2017

Index Copernicus (IC) is an on-line database of user-supplied information, including scientific institutions, printed publications and projects. It was created in 1999 in Poland. The database has several productivity evaluation tools that allow tracking the impact of scientific papers and publications, individual scientists or research institutions. In addition to productivity, the Index Copernicus also offers traditional referencing and indexing of scientific publications. The database is run by Index Copernicus International. The database is named after Nikolai Copernicus.
In 2013 The Index Copernicus database included about 5000 scientific journals from around the world, including over 1200 Polish. As of the end of 2015 the database contained more than 13,000 scientific journals.
In September 2013 there were 89 Ukrainian journals in this science-based database.
As of 2016, the main list of Index Copernicus contains over 22,000 journals, including 3,000 from Poland.,p24782891,3.html


EBSCO is a leading research databases & discovery service. It offers more than 375 full-text and secondary research databases and over 420,000 e-books plus subscription management services for 355,000 e-journals and e-journal packages. EBSCOhost databases and discovery technologies are the most-used, premium online information resources for tens of thousands of institutions worldwide, representing millions of end-users.




OJS — Open Journal Systems is open source software for running peer-reviewed journals created under the "Public Knowledge Project", and released under the GNU General Public License.
The OJS was developed to facilitate the development of open access publications, providing technical infrastructure not only for the presentation of journal articles online, but also for the entire editorial management process, including article submission, multi-review and indexing. The OJS relies on persons performing various functions, such as editor, director of the magazine, reviewer, author, reader, etc.


The "Scientific Periodicals of Ukraine" ( - is a national technological platform based on Open Journal Systems (OJS), which provides for scientific periodicals of Ukraine the processes of editorial processing, publications, and support after publication. The resource is developed on the basis of voluntary mutually beneficial partnership of publishers, who wish, are able, and willing to work in high-tech web-oriented environment as well as scientific libraries and information centers of Ukraine. The project involves three aspects of integration of publishers: Common implementation of OJS, Use of single national register of subjects and objects of the publishing process, observance of common principles of publishing and editorial policy. Collaboration of "scientific periodicals of Ukraine" with leading  international aggregators of scientific and information resources, national and academic libraries of world allows to simplify for the publishers-participators the process of entering their publications in prestigious abstract databases, directories and search engines. Editions of "scientific periodicals of Ukraine" are fully represented in the global federative library catalog WorldCat, in the catalogues of scientific libraries, on the search platforms Google Scholar, Bielefeld Academic Search Engine, OpenAIRE and others through software platform. Private limited company «Publishing Service URAN» has a license of authorized provider to an international registry ORCID, which allows the interested publishers-participators promptly to update profiles of their authors with date about new published articles.


Search Engine Google Scholar ( is part of the Google Chrome browser and it is maintained by Google. This is searching and non-commercial bibliometric system which indexes scientific publications and gives data on their citation.

ResearchBib is international multidisciplinary database of scientific journals.


BASE: Bielefeld Academic Search EngineНауковий+вісник+полісся&type=all&oaboost=1&ling=1&name=&thes=&refid=dcresen&newsearch=1 is one of the world's most voluminous search engines especially for academic web resources. BASE provides more than 100 million documents from more than 5,000 sources. You can access the full texts of about 60% of the indexed documents for free (Open Access). BASE is operated by Bielefeld University Library.
They are indexing the metadata of all kinds of academically relevant resources - journals, institutional repositories, digital collections etc. - which provide an OAI interface and use OAI-PMH for providing their contents.
The index is continuously enhanced by integrating further. They are working on several new features like a claiming service for authors within the ORCID DE project.
BASE is a registered OAI service provider. Database managers can integrate the BASE index into their local infrastructure (e.g. meta search engines, library catalogues). Further on there are several tools and services for users, database and repository managers.


WorldCat - is the largest bibliographic database in the world, numbering over 240 million records of all types of works in 470 languages of the world (for 2011). The database is created by joint efforts of more than 72 000 libraries from 171 countries of the world within the framework of OCLC.
Since August 2006 it has become possible to access the search in this database free from the web page.

Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI) is a bibliographic database of scientific publications of scientists of Russia and CIS countries in more than 4000 journals. The Science Index analytical tool has been developed to provide the user with the necessary data about articles publication and citation based on the RSCI database. The RSCI project is being developed since 2005 by the Scientific Electronic Library (Науковий_вісник_Полісся

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