As early-career researchers, thinking about publishing papers is which journal to submit to publish their work will impact their career advancement, funding opportunities and professional development for years to come.
It is thus important that the author/researcher analyze each aspect of journal submission. Publishing in a good peer-reviewed journal is the ultimate goal for most research projects. At numerous amount of predatory publishers that have come up as an aftermath of the open access movement.
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- SELECTING THE RIGHT JOURNAL — FACTORS TO CONSIDER
New researchers exploring broader research subjects are sometimes unfamiliar with reputed journals in their field. Experienced researchers, on the other hand, become too comfortable with publishing in the same journals over and again even when they can now find better publication opportunities and reach a wider audience through open-access or electronic-only journals.
- CHOOSING THE RIGHT JOURNAL - FACTORS TO CONSIDER ABOUT JOURNALS
It is currently estimated that there are over 40,000 journals across publishers and disciplines to choose from. This webpage gives the details about how to choose the best journal for article submission
- CHOOSING A JOURNAL FOR PUBLICATION
Elsevier offers a wide range of distinguished journals, and choosing the best one to publish your research paper is much easier with their support and guidance.
- HOW TO CHOOSE A TARGET JOURNAL
Choosing a journal that matches our study is thus very important because it makes it more likely that your manuscript will be accepted. The webpage point out the important the factors for choosing the target journals.
pubmed database helpful to find if the journal is indexed in MEDLINE/PubMed.
- SCIMAGO JOURNAL RANK (SJR)
SJR measures the scientific impact of scholarly journals based on both the number of citations a journal receives and the prestige of journals from where they got the citations. H-index, number of documents published by a journal, citations per article, and total citations per journal are some of the factors considered to calculate SJR. This webpage give the details on web link.
- ELSEVIER’S JOURNAL FINDER
Elsevier’s Journal Finder is a pretty reliable resource to find journals, this popular tool proves useful only if you are looking to submit your work with one of Elsevier’s journals. Add the title and the abstract of your article to see a list of proposed journals that might suit your needs. The results also provide details on journal metrics, like impact factor, acceptance rate, acceptance time, and more.
- ULRICHS WEB GLOBAL SERIALS DIRECTORY
Ulrichs Web Global Serials Directory contains the detailed information of more than 300,000 journals.
- JOURNAL CITATION REPORTS (JCR)
JCR lists the rankings of more than 8400 journals. We can use this webpage to check Journal Impact Factor, the immediacy index shows the average citations in the first year of publication, and so on.
- GOOGLE SCHOLAR METRICS
This free alternative to Scopus and JCR ranks top 100 journals of different categories. We can browse through the highly cited articles for each journal. It uses H-Index as its primary metric which increases the likeliness of finding influential papers, as opposed to finding journals where few highly cited papers skew the data.
- OPEN ACCESS: AN INTRODUCTION
This webpage provides the details about the Open Access.
- TYPES OF OPEN ACCESS
There are many types of open access, this article gives details of all type of open access.
- DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GREEN AND GOLD OPEN ACCESS
Despite the general consensus regarding the benefits of open access to scholarly literature, enabling academic research to be seen and shared beyond your control might also lead to its unrestricted re-use in manners that you did not want in the first place.
- EUGENE GARFIELD, PH.D. (1925-2017)
Eugene Garfield was the founder of the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) and a pioneer in the field of citation analysis. He founded the ISI in 1960 and developed an indexing system for science literature, based on the analysis of citations used within a given work. Works earn an "impact factor," a measure of citations to other science journals that serves as an indicator of their importance in the field.
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