This is the "Where to Publish" page of the "Scholarly Publishing" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

Scholarly Publishing  

Tips for how to choose a journal to publish in, open access journals, pitfalls to avoid
Last Updated: Jan 17, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

Where to Publish Print Page

Making a choice

Making good choices at the beginning of your academic publishing career, about where you submit for publication will enhance your academic reputation. At the beginning of your publishing career, it's best to choose reputable; peer reviewed; academic journals or conferences, which target your specific discipline. 

Think Check Submit  brings together peak standards bodies and publishers, providing a checklist researchers may use to assess the credentials of a jourmal of publisher. The Committee on Publication Ethics and their Code of Conduct for Journals  provides criteria to assess the bona fides of scholarly open-access publishers and journal titles.


Where to start...

Your supervisor/colleagues are a good source of advice!

The following pages will assist you in what questions to ask and where to go to get some of the answers:

Choosing a journal

Choosing a publisher



Need more help?

Ask a Librarian
  Search our FAQs
  University Research & Information Skills
  Video Service Kiosk at your Campus
  Check our Library Guides
Call us - 1300 666 620
Email your question

Loading  Loading...