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Make your research visible!
- Where to submit your article? Here's a tool, Think! Check! Submit!, that can help you decide. And here's a library newsletter article about it. Elsevier and Springer publishers also provide tools that will suggest potentially appropriate journals for your article submissions.
- Find details about thousands of journals, including audience, editorial contact info, reviews, acceptance rate, peer review status, etc. via Ulrich's periodicals directory.
- Jane Friedman's Writing, Reading, and Publishing in the Digital Age provides valuable advice on choosing a book publisher.
- The Chronicle of Higher Education curates articles and opinion essays on all aspects of the topic in their Publishing section.
- The Research School for Socio-Economic and Natural Sciences of the Environment (SENSE) in the Netherlands created a widely-used ranking of academic publishers.
- Keep your copyrights: Sample contracts for a wide range of publication types, from Columbia Law School.
- The Authors Alliance Fair Use for Nonfiction Authors can help you navigate the use of copyrighted material in your own work.