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Relevance

There are a few methods you can use to identify relevant journals

  1. Search for your topic in LibrarySearch, academic databases and Google Scholar.  You will get an idea of which journals are publishing in your area.
  2. Ask your supervisors and peers where they publish. You can also check their web page or search the RMIT Research Repository.
  3. Once you have identified a relevant journal check its website for: subject coverage, scope, intended audience and the “Information for Authors” section. Also check that the journal accepts the type of paper you wish to publish e.g. reviews, case studies, randomised control trials etc.

Tips:

    • Relevant academic databases are suggested in your Library Subject Guide
    • Google Scholar content is maximised when you log in via LibrarySearch
    • Citation databases, such as Scopus and Web of Science, will reveal where the most cited articles have been published.

 

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