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Where Should I Publish My Article?

Linda Neyer and Katie Yelinek, two Bloomsburg University faculty librarians, present ideas and strategies in a TALE Spring 2017 Seminar, on April 12th.

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Interdisciplinary best bets

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Open Access Resources (no authentication required)

Bloomsburg University Resources (require authentication)

Teaching Journals

Many disciplinary journals publish ideas for teaching information literacy/critical thinking skills. Explore some that are available from Andruss Library, listed by broad subject area on the tabs below. Contact your liaison with others that should be on this list.

Many disciplinary journals publish ideas for teaching information literacy/critical thinking skills. Explore some that are available from Andruss Library, listed by broad subject area on the tabs below. Contact your liaison with others that should be on this list.

Many disciplinary journals publish ideas for teaching information literacy/critical thinking skills. Explore some that are available from Andruss Library, listed by broad subject area on the tabs below. Contact your liaison with others that should be on this list.

Many disciplinary journals publish ideas for teaching information literacy/critical thinking skills. Explore some that are available from Andruss Library, listed by broad subject area on the tabs below. Contact your liaison with others that should be on this list.

Many disciplinary journals publish ideas for teaching information literacy/critical thinking skills. Explore some that are available from Andruss Library, listed by broad subject area on the tabs below. Contact your liaison with others that should be on this list.

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Consider this

  San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment  

"There is a pressing need to improve the ways in which the output of scientific research is evaluated by funding agencies, academic institutions, and other parties... The Journal Impact Factor is frequently used as the primary parameter with which to compare the scientific output of individuals and institutions. The Journal Impact Factor, as calculated by Thomson Reuters, was originally created as a tool to help librarians identify journals to purchase, not as a measure of the scientific quality of research in an article. With that in mind, it is critical to understand that the Journal Impact Factor has a number of well-documented deficiencies as a tool for research assessment." 

To read the full statement and signatories to a set of recommendations, referred to as the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment, go here.

On Writing and Selecting a Publisher

The following books (available as ebooks through Andruss Library) are useful guides to academic publishing and writing and just plain good reading.

Acknowledgments

Adapted with permission from Analyzing Scholarly Research, by Aline Soules, University Libraries, California State University East Bay.

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