Evaluating Journals: Discovering Where to Publish

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Evaluating Journals: Discovering Where to Publish

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Instructor: Stephen Gabrielson
Time: to
Location: Online, Online - synchronous
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This session will cover a wide range of publishing topics to help you find a relevant and reputable journal to publish your work. Topics will include readership, journal matching tools, funder requirements, open access publishing models, and more. Time will also be spent on how to evaluate journals based upon best publication practices and ethical standards to avoid submitting your work to low quality journals. Learn how to efficiently keep track of all of this information to compare your publishing options in one spot.

Anyone who publishes, or has an interest in publishing, is welcome to attend.

Upon completing this class, you should be able to:

  • Describe the major factors that influence where to submit your work.
  • Assess journal quality based on factors such as journal operations, discoverability, transparency, and trustworthiness.
  • Collect information about journals to help determine where to submit.

Class materials will be made available to class registrants. This class will not be recorded. 

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