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Where to Publish Your Research: Identifying Potential Journals
What is Open Access and what are Article Processing Charges?
A campaign endorsed by many scholarly organizations worldwide to help researchers identify trusted journals for their research. It is a simple checklist researchers can use to assess the credentials of a journal or publisher.
Provides research writers with information for submitting articles to major journals. Search filters include difficulty of acceptance, JCR impact factor, average time to review and publication, acceptance rate, open access type, review type, Cabell's Classification Index, and open for submissions. Journal entries include Altmetrics and submission details. Cabell's Canvas Module Page
Directory of U.S. and international periodicals. No articles, just information about journals. Useful for purchasing periodicals, where periodicals are indexed, & periodical type (such as scholarly, newsletter, newspaper, etc.).
Already have a manuscript? Find relevant, reputable journals for potential publication of your research based on an analysis of tens of millions of citation connections in Web of Science Core Collection using Manuscript Matcher. Manuscript Matcher helps you find the most related journals for your manuscript by searching using Title and Abstract. Using this information, it will pull the most relevant keywords for matching. It does require a Clarivate/Web of Science account login. Account login is free to set up. Manuscript Matcher can also be accessed in the top row of options under Match in EndNote Web. WoS Canvas Module Page
JANE matches your title, abstract, or keywords to millions of documents in MEDLINE to help determine the best journals for your research.
Listed below are the few resources that include the acceptance rates of a journal. In general, lower journal acceptance rates are consideredmore prestigious.
Acceptance rates are sometimes provided on publisher websites as part of the instructions to authors' material. If you cannot find the acceptance rate of a journal by using the tools provided or viewing the journal's website, try contacting the editor directly. Be aware that some journals make their acceptance rates easily available, others consider this proprietary information and do not.
Provides research writers with information for submitting articles to major journals. Search filters include difficulty of acceptance, JCR impact factor, average time to review and publication, acceptance rate, open access type, review type, Cabell's Classification Index, and open for submissions. Journal entries include Altmetrics and submission details.
Acceptance Rates By Discipline Associations or Societies
Websites of professional organizations/societies sometimes will provide data on acceptance rates for journals they publish.