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How to Get Published

A Guide to Publishing in Scholarly Journals

Dec 01, 2011

Part of mentoring junior faculty includes guiding them on the publication process. In many cases, this guidance is provided by a liaison or subject area librarian. These librarians may find the How to Get Published booklet useful in their efforts. It covers 12 key topics within journal publishing.

  1. Why publish with Elsevier?
  2. How to write a scientific article
  3. Language editing and quality
  4. Choosing the right journal, article formatting and cover letter
  5. Elsevier Editorial System (EES) and peer review
  6. After your article has been accepted
  7. Authors' rights and responsibilities
  8. Ethics and plagiarism
  9. Open access
  10. Online products – SciVerse ScienceDirect, Scirus and SciVerse Scopus
  11. Impact Factors and other quality measures
  12. Helpful websites

Access the booklet online or request print copies by e-mailing Gwen van der Heide (g.heide@elsevier.com).

Digital Edition
http://bit.ly/vfV5xJ

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