Strengthen Exposure to Open Access Journals

Historical Abstracts with Full Text includes rigorous curation of open access (OA) journals, which has resulted in a growing collection of 248 global OA journals. Once validated and certified for inclusion, these OA journals are treated with high-quality subject indexing and sophisticated, precise/accurate full-text linking.  

NOTE: EBSCOhost databases and EBSCO Discovery Service generate a lot more referrals for DOAJ than any other online platform.

Unique Full-Text Journals

Historical Abstracts with Full Text includes 297 active, full-text, non-open access journals not available in any version of Academic Search.

Searchable Cited References

Historical Abstracts with Full Text includes 500 journals with searchable cited references.

Useful Search Features

In addition to standard search features, Historical Abstracts with Full Text allows users to search by time period. This is a major advantage given the extensive range of its coverage.

The Highest Quality Subject Indexing 

EBSCO has the premier and most highly regarded scholarly vocabularies curated by subject matter experts, covering all disciplines and major publishers. 

EBSCO believes in breaking down barriers to information through Enhanced Subject Precision (ESP) mapping, bridging the gap between content and end users through inclusion of natural languages.   

EBSCO databases support all learning types through textual and visual subject browse and information literacy training through subject access points in more than 30 languages. Watch video to learn more.

Historical Abstracts with Full Text includes 1,757 active indexed and abstracted journals. 1,643 of them are peer-reviewed.