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Below are links to author guidelines for some of the peer-reviewed journals in our electronic subscriptions and open access journals.
Emerald for Authors
Practical information on how to get your work published.
Sage for Authors
Useful information for those wishing to publish in a Sage journal.
ScienceDirect (Elsevier) for Authors
Information on submitting papers for publication in an Elsevier journal.
Publishing in PLoS Journals
Useful information & links for anyone interested in publishing in one of the PLoS (Public Library of Science) open access journals.
IEEE Author Center
"The IEEE Author Digital Toolbox contains tools and information to assist with article preparation and submission, the article proof review process, and ordering reprints. Also included is a list of frequently asked questions."
Includes calls for papers for upcoming conferences & special editions of scholarly journals. To search, go to Advanced Search for the most options.
Cabell's Scholarly Analytics This link opens in a new windowCabell's Directoriy of Publishing Opportunities links faculty, students & researchers with current information regarding publishers, journals & publishing guidelines in a variety of subject areas. It includes lists of journals that are considered '"predatory". Alternative Name(s) & Keywords: Cabell's Directories. Consider also viewing Ulrich's Global Serials Directory.
Ulrichsweb Global Serials Directory This link opens in a new windowLook here to see where a periodical is indexed, how to contact the publisher, what journals are in your field, etc.
Items of Interest
'Predatory' Online Journals...
This article is from the Chronicle of Higher Education and serves as a reminder that the WEB can be a dangerous place.
Scholarly Open Access Blog - by Beall
A list of "questionable open-access publishers" (predatory publishers maintained by librarian, Jeffrey Beall (see Chronicle story above) at the University of Colorado-Denver.
Available in print or electronic formats