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Where to publish

Publishing the results of your research is a logical and important step in the research process and the choice you make regarding how and where to publish is crucial if your work is to be made accessible to the widest possible audience. Supervisors & departmental colleagues are the best people to advise you on where to publish.

This section is designed to showcase library tools and highlight services available at the University to assist you in the decision–making process. Use the pull-down menus on the Getting Published tab to locate information on:

 

HelpMePublish App

HelpMePublish (HMP) is an iPhone/iPad app designed to help researchers avoid publication pitfalls and increase their readership.

The app does this by providing relevant and accurate information to help you choose which journals to publish in – based on information provided by publishers, subject experts and the experiences your peers have had with that journal. HMP provides databases on 13 major subject areas containing information on more than 6000 reputable academic journals.

UNE academics and researchers can download the app for free from the iTunes App Store.

 

Guides to publishing

 

Sharing your research

Sharing research results with the world is key to the progress of your discipline and career. But with so many publications, how can you be sure you can trust a particular journal? Follow this check list to make sure you choose trusted journals for your research.

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Early Career Resources

Elsevier have put together some info, videos & guides on developing a successful career in research: Early Career Resources.

 

Elsevier Publishing Campus

The Elsevier Publishing Campus is an online platform offering free lectures, interactive training and professional advice. Perhaps you are interested in writing a journal article or submitting a book proposal; learning how to conduct peer review for a high impact journal; understanding research and publishing ethics or writing a successful grant application, whatever it may be there are resources to help you achieve your goals.

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