If you're looking for possible journals for publication, these resources may help:
Journal acceptance rates may provide an indicator of the quality, selectiveness, or at least the popularity of journals in a particular discipline. This can affect "impact" in a number of ways:
Where to find acceptance rates:
Tips for finding acceptance rates:
Use caution in utilizing acceptance rates as the sole indicator of quality, because:
1. The resources above can help you identify journals in your field and gather some of the answers to the questions on our “Consider Your Publication Options” page.
2. The links below may help you decide if the journals that interest you are quality journals, use good editorial practices, or could be potentially predatory or inappropriate for your needs. But be sure to evaluate the journals and ask questions of the editors yourself, rather than relying on so-called “blacklists” or “whitelists”.
3. Once you’ve selected a journal that meets your needs, you might want to contact the Scholarly Communication Office to discuss the submission & publication process, or consult our Copyright Advisory Services to help answer questions or concerns about author's rights, negotiating publication agreements, or licensing and other intellectual property issues that may impact the dissemination and impact of your work.
For more ideas on publishing scholarly journal articles, check out these resources:
The Scholarly Impact Service (SIS) is team of librarians who can help you tell the story of your scholarship and its impact on your discipline. Contact us to start a personal consultation about your scholarly impact.
Main Contact: John Martin
Scholarly Communication Librarian
Expertise: Publication options, ORCIDs, Google Scholar profiles
Subject Librarian for the College of Science
Expertise: Author, article and journal metrics