Archiving and indexing

The JTIT journal utilizes the Digital Library of National Institute of Telecommunications, EBSCO Central & Eastern European Academic Source, National LibaryICM Library of Science (CEON) and ProQuest to create a distributed archiving issues. The published articles can be downloaded freely.

The JTIT journal is currently indexed and abstracted by the following:
- Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
- Scopus: CiteScore 2022 1.4, SJR 2022 0.201, SNIP 2022 0.414
- Google Scholar
- EBSCO Central & Eastern European Academic Source
- Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory
- ProQuest
- BazTech
- Digital Library of National Institute of Telecommunications
- Ministry of Science and Higher Education.

Data repository

At JTIT, we believe that the dissemination of research findings and data is crucial for advancing knowledge and promoting scientific inquiry. To that end, we encourage authors to share their research data and materials openly and make them available to the public. In line with our Open Access Policy, authors retain the copyright of their published article and are allowed to deposit versions of their work in an institutional or another repository of their choice. This policy is recorded at Sherpa/Romeo, a database of publisher copyright and self-archiving policies. See