Posts tagged with Journals
Seeking social justice in scholarly publishing
For Open Access Week 2020, Dimity Flanagan (Manager, Scholarly Communications) is speaking with researchers across the University of Melbourne about why Open Access is important and …
2018 Rare Book Lecture: Vulnerable Law Sources, and How to Take Care of Them
Thursday 25 October 2018, 6.30pm – 7.30pm. Theatre G08, Ground Floor, Melbourne Law School, 185 Pelham Street, Carlton. Presenter: Associate Professor Ann Genovese (Melbourne Law School) The description …
Tools, tips and workshops for Graduate Researchers
Being a graduate researcher can be overwhelming sometimes. Try these time-saving tools, tips and workshops to improve productivity and maintain your sanity! UniMelb Library Ezyproxy Bookmarklet …
Avoiding Deceptive, Unethical, Predatory and Vanity Publishing
Recently, there has been a growth in deceptive, unethical and predatory publishing practices occurring online. As victims, academics and their institutions, often experience financial and reputational damage from …
Palgrave Macmillan self-archiving embargo reduced from 18 to 12 months
Authors who have published with Palgrave Macmillan – or who are planning to do so – should note the recent changes to the self-archive policies of their …
The HelpMePublish iOS app is scheduled for release in October 2013. Designed and owned by the University of Otago, HelpMePublish aims to help researchers analyse and contribute to the …
Compare submission criteria and acceptance times of over 3,500 medical journal
PubsHub: Journals & Congresses is a database of submission criteria for nearly 6,000 peer-reviewed medical journals and congresses. It gives users the ability to quickly evaluate, …
Which medical journals should I target for my publications?
PubsHub Journals & Congresses (Medical) provides access to information about relevant submission criteria for nearly 6,000 medical peer-reviewed medical journals & congresses.