Fast and Fair Blind Peer-Reviewed with Hybrid Access Scholar & Practical Journals

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Abstracting and Indexing

Taadler Publishing House strives to increase visibility for yours articles, to increase site traffic and end-user interest (especially for scholars and library administrators), to migrate unhindered between existing scholarly search engines, content aggregators and online directories and so much more.
The Publisher is currently working actively with some metadata providers as soon as the volume of content and other criteria are met. Content in Taadler Journals will be distributed by EBSCO, one of the world's largest content and research database providers, which help to be archiving in the alphabetically following aggregators.

  1. AcademicPub
  2. ACM
  3. ADS
  4. Agricola
  5. AGRIS
  6. AIHT
  7. BEI
  8. Berger
  9. Bremen
  10. BREPOLS_EX
  11. BRILL
  12. BritLib
  13. CABI
  14. CAS
  15. CEJSH
  16. Cengage
  17. CEPIEC
  18. ChemWeb
  19. CNKI
  20. Copernicus
  21. CrossRef
  22. CSA
  23. CSAUTP
  24. DeepDyve
  25. DNL
  26. EBRARY
  27. EBSCOHost
  28. EJS
  29. Elsevier
  30. ENVEXP
  31. EP
  32. EP_NATCO
  33. ERIC
  34. EURSCI_LAS
  35. EURSCI_REPEC
  36. EURSCI2
  37. ExLibris
  38. ExLibris2(books)
  39. GEOREF
  40. Harvard
  41. HWWilson
  42. IAOR
  43. InformaWorld
  44. Infotrieve
  45. IngentaTF
  46. iProfesor
  47. ISI
  48. JGate
  49. JGateXML
  50. KESLI
  51. Medline
  52. Medline2
  53. MEDRA
  54. OCLC
  55. OCLC_Bks
  56. OCLCXML
  57. Palgrave
  58. PHILDOC
  59. Portico
  60. ProQuest
  61. ProquestXML
  62. PubGet
  63. PUBPIERPRO
  64. RePEc
  65. ScholarsPortal
  66. SIMID
  67. SUMMON
  68. SWETS
  69. Synergies
  70. TANDFR_Export
  71. ThomsonGale
  72. TIB
  73. UTORON2
  74. WorldCat
  75. OVID

Each issue of the journal is published in both a printed version and an electronic version; the latter is available online to readers and subscribers at www.taadler.com.

Our publishing house has been created recently. We offer cooperation to new authors and expect fresh and relevant researches from them. Making a high quality journal is a time-consuming process; it is not possible to be indexed immediately.

We will send a diploma with appreciation to the authors of the first accepted articles. This diploma will indicate they were the first ones.

The Taadler Journals publish an annual author’s index every December.