The Arabic Citation Index (ARCI), a new database on the Web of Science platform, makes Arabic journals more accessible to researchers worldwide by connecting Arabic scholarly content to the global citation network of high quality, peer-reviewed scholarly literature with more than 1.8 billion cited research references.
Funded by the Egyptian government and built Clarivate, ARCI is searchable in both Arabic and English, and hosted on the Web of Science platform.
Indexing Arabic publications provides local scientific communities with the ability to contribute to national, regional, and international research efforts – facilitating collaboration and extending the Arabic academic footprint.
Broader citation connections
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Built on the Web of Science, ARCI helps enhance the presence of Arab scientific research and uncover trends in modern Arab scientific research. With ARCI, explore an ever-growing collection of expertly-curated Arabic journals to see a more comprehensive picture of global scholarly research.