Distribution and dissemination of research
Post-publication distribution of your research is one of the most important things we do at Hindawi. If your research is not easy to find, it cannot be read by your peers and help advance science or society.
Indexing databases provide the most common and accessible route to research and we work with all leading databases to make sure the research published in our journals is available to relevant research communities through these databases.
We aim to make all articles published with Hindawi easy to find by the widest audience possible and so also work with search engines, social media platforms, discovery engines and scholarly communication networks to make sure our authors' research can be found and read by the people that matter.
Abstracting and indexing databases
Our publications appear in a wide range of abstracting and indexing databases, as detailed on the individual journal pages.
Many of our journals appear in the leading multidiscipline databases such as Scopus, and Web of Science via inclusion in the Science Citation Index Expanded or the Emerging Sources Citation Index. We also have many journals that appear in subject-specific databases such as Embase (biomedical research), INSPEC (physics and engineering), MEDLINE (medicine), and Chemical Abstracts Service (chemistry).
We work with all major abstracting and indexing databases to ensure that our journals are included in both general and subject-specific databases.
All our article pages are optimised to perform as well as possible in search results across all search engines, in all regions (Google, Bing, Baidu, etc.). Many readers rely on search engines to discover relevant articles and journals and as all our articles are open access, and our journal sites are highly optimised, search engines easily identify, index and list our content – making it as easy to find and access as possible.
Our journals also appear in a number of full text repositories, where research articles are made available in their entirety. This includes PubMed Central (PMC), a free full-text archive run by the National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM). We directly deposit all full-text articles from biomedical and life sciences journals into the PubMed Central database within two weeks of publication.
Many institutional libraries provide tools and platforms that allow users to search the journal output of multiple publishers, such as EBSCO Discovery Service, Summon, or Primo. Our journals are indexed by each of these services, ensuring that your research is easily discoverable within an institutional setting.