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Consumers can look up any ISSN at WorldCat.org, according to the U.S. ISSN Center. The center assigns International Standard Serial Numbers to every serial printed in the United States. The U.S. ISSN Center states that an ISSN can be considered the "Social Security number for the serials world."

www.loc.gov/issn

The U.S. ISSN Center, part of a larger international network, is responsible for registering and providing International Standard Serial Numbers (ISSNs) to U.S. publishers. The ISSN is a standard number used to identify serial publications (print journals, e-journals, newspapers, etc.).

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How do I find an ISSN number for my publication? It has a DOI number, but not an ISSN number, where should I look for the ISSN number? ... Sign up today to join our network of over 15 ...

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While applying for an ISSN, applicants are asked to provide publisher name, country/city, contact info and editor name. How/where can I look up an ISSN number to get these info? Of course for a single ISSN number, I can google, find the journal site and contact them via the website. But I am doing a research on a big number of ISSNs.

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An ISSN is an international standard serial number and an ISBN is an international standard book number. The ISSN is used to identify periodicals and is typically eight digits long. The ISBN is used to identify published books and are between 10 and 13 numbers long. These numbers are unique to each published work. ...

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So if the journal you're looking for has been merged or superceded by another title, you can ascertain the ISSN for the period in which you're interested. For example, the International Social Science Journal (ISSN 0020-8701) was, until 1959, the International Social Science Bulletin (ISSN 1014-5508).

library.iit.edu/find/journals/by-issn

Find a journal by its International Standard Serial Number. ...

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ISBN Search. Using an ISBN is the most accurate and reliable way to search for a book. Use our search engine to find book information and the best prices for books.

www.bl.uk/bibliographic/issn.html

The International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) is an internationally accepted code which identifies the title of serial publications. It is an eight digit number consisting of seven digits plus a check digit which enables a computer to recognise when the number is incorrectly cited. The check digit ...

www.issn.org

The ISSN is the international standardized code which identifies all serials, journals, magazines, periodicals irrespective of their medium (print or electronic) Read more. Navigate the ocean of periodicals with the ISSN: subscribe to the ISSN Portal . Read more. Requesting an ISSN.