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Publishing Opportunities in Business (accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing) and Education (educational curriculum and methods, educational technology and library science, educational psychology and administration). Includes journal acceptance rates.
The Directory of Periodicals contain extensive information about the journals and book series indexed in the MLA International Bibliography, including descriptions of the periodicals' scopes, submission guidelines, and information on whether or not journals are peer reviewed.
DOAJ is an online directory that indexes and provides access to quality open access, peer-reviewed journals. Search or browse by subject area. Information about journals includes publisher name, keywords, language of publication, and whether the journal has article fees.
JANE is an acronym for Journal/Author Name Estimator. This web resource will suggest journals for you to consider sending your manuscript if you search by keywords or if you upload your abstract. Included journals that JANE searches come from MEDLINE.
JournalGuide brings all sources of data together in one place to give authors a simple way to choose the best journal for their research. Our data sources include major industry data sets, public resources, information submitted directly by journal editors, and more.
Resources for Teaching
ECU Libraries have developed education on Predatory Publishers and selecting quality journals. The slides used for our presentations are available for reuse with attribution.
We have also developed a scoring tool for use in certain high-level review processes. The scoring tool is provided; any feedback on the tool is appreciated.