Blog Discovery and Distribution

A comprehensive platform for blog discovery, curation, and collaboration to meet the needs of today’s Web researchers

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Find, cite, share, and follow blog articles from credentialed scholars in your field of study


Bring ACI’s scholarly blog discovery service and research workflow tools to your campus

Blog Authors

Share your research and scholarship with a global community of researchers





Leverage our enriched blog metadata to conduct corporate and government research


Licensing for tens of thousands of copyright-compliant blogs through ACI’s trusted platform

Publishers and Bloggers

Expand your content’s reach to a global audience for enhanced visibility & exponential growth


The ACI Scholarly Blog Index cleverly applies the virtues and strengths of traditional bibliographic control to this new frontier of scholarly communication.


The results are impressive and worthy of notice by students and researchers at all levels.


By carefully curating and selecting material for inclusion based on the credentials of its author (and checking that material for factual accuracy), the index provides value-added, secure access to important material that might otherwise remain limited to specialist in-groups and lost to a wider academic readership.

– J. D. Potter
Washington State University

Review printed in the June 2016 issue of Choice Magazine



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Selections from the ACI Blog

Huntingdon College Library and Its Innovative Director

Library innovation is not only the realm of large research libraries.  Frequently, innovation and early adopters come from small liberal arts colleges who have the interests of their undergraduates front and center.  Eric A. Kidwell, the Library Director of Huntingdon...

Blogs and the Scholarly Record

Are blogs an extension of academic research?  Can blogs be an adjunct to the traditional publication process? Is there a continuum of scholarly commentary through blogs after more formal research articles are published, or a predecessor. The answer appears to be yes....