Journal Indexing

Journal indexes are not the same as database indexes. Journal indexes provide indexing for a single journal or magazine title, whereas database indexing provides indexing for a selection of articles from a range of journals, reports, books, conference proceedings, etc. Types of journal indexing covered include:

  • Annual indexes
  • Cumulative indexes, and
  • Broad range of subjects covered, as for books.

Indexes can be developed to cover:

  • Author only entries
  • Author/title entries
  • Title entries, and
  • Subject entries.

Indexes can be developed as stand alone, or integrated for use with web pages.