Coalition (science and technology for the study of cultural assets, often with a special focus on the interaction of microorganisms and rock art)
Klapalekiana (Czech Entomological Society, substantially in English)
ACOR Newsletters (American Center of Oriental Research, Jordan)
Humanum Review (Quarterly Review of the John Paul II Institute).
Jewish Observer (1966—) (Difficult to index, sadly, despite indexing the TOCs at http://ourlli.org/the-jewish-observer*/ and also the PDFs at http://ourlli.org/wp-content/uploads/*/*/JO*.pdf – where * is a wildcard. Someone might care to make a proper TOCs blog for the title, which would be better indexed by Google?)
Selected out-of-print issues of Ars Orientalis and Ars Islamica as full-text (the same volumes were already partly covered by the Smithsonian, but only via bare record pages interfacing with an Archive.org book-player).
Now indexing the Burlington magazine (art history) full-text volumes directly on Archive.org.
Better indexing of the publications of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
PLOS articles are now less verbose in JURN search results. JURN now focusses results on the core article, by actively excluding sub-pages for ‘figures’ / ‘citations’ / ‘supplementary’ / ‘comments’. A similar measure has been taken to make Nature’s open article content less verbose, by excluding the ‘tables’ pages for their articles.
Online publications of the Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research and their journal Diagonal.
Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. 800+ per-publisher index pages, with their dataset titles listed and linked in a TOC-like manner, added to JURN.
All the 700+ Web links on JURN’s openECO: directory of ecology/nature journal titles indexed have been checked for linkrot, and repaired if needed. Please update any local copies you may be keeping.
Ingenta now has a new dedicated portal for all its open access journals, although the web-master seems to have overlooked the Underwater Technology title. There’s an annoying A-Z browse discovery option, which requires over 120 clicks to fully explore. But I clicked all the links, and discovered that the new portal holds several recently-vanished ‘404 not found’ open access journals. Evidently Ingenta has recently purchased or otherwise wrangled these OA titles for its new portal. There’s no RSS feed for tracking newly-added journal titles, but I made a basic one.
At first I thought that the new portal had not yet been indexed by Google or any other major search-engine. But I find that there’s actually a robots.txt file to prevent open indexing of Ingenta Open Home. Here’s Ingenta Open’s robot.txt file…
# Please do not index this site!!
It seems a pity for someone to park their open journal on Ingenta Open, if it’s not then going to be open to discovery by Google Search users. Though I do find that currently all of Ingenta Open’s current humanities and eco titles are exposed to Google Search elsewhere and in other ways. Which makes them indexable in JURN. Various UCL journals that have recently gone ‘404’ have thus been added to JURN again, and some additional journals have also been added…
Internationale Neerlandistiek (Dutch and Afrikaans linguistics)
Drifting Seed, The (“A newsletter covering seeds and fruits dispersed by tropical currents and the people who collect and study them”)