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How-to-Guide: Selecting a Journal for Publication

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By Alfred Fry

Do you have trouble selecting a journal for your publication?  Should you publish in that journal that sent you an email? Falvey Memorial Library has created a “How-to Guide” called “Selecting a Journal for Publication” that will help you on this topic.

The guide has several sections. Identifying Journals provides several tools that will suggest journals in your field.  Journal Metrics provides you with tools for assessing journals.  Open Access Publishing will introduce you to journals with a different funding model. Author’s Rights will help you understand the rights you have and might be signing away when you publish. Finally, Writing Guides will link you to physical and electronic books that will help you write for publication.

This is just one of the new or updated How-to Guides.

 


 

Alfred Fry is Science and Engineering Librarian at Falvey Memorial Library.

 

 



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CFP: American Society for Aesthetics Graduate E-journal

We are now accepting submissions for ASAGE’s Spring/Summer 2012 issue.
The submission deadline for this issue is March 1, 2012, although submissions
(particularly for book reviews and dissertation abstracts) are also accepted on a
rolling basis throughout the year.

Guidelines:

ASAGE accepts papers on any topic in aesthetics, written by graduate
students who have not yet completed final requirements for the doctoral
degree. Submissions should be under 3000 words (although exceptions may be
made at the editor’s discretion, to a maximum of 5000 words, particularly in
the case of historical papers). They must be accompanied by an abstract of
no more than 250 words and a word count.

Book reviews and dissertation abstracts are also needed, as are article
reviewers.

Please see www.asage.org for more detailed information on submitting an
article, book review, dissertation abstract or reviewer application.

You may also feel free to contact me with any questions.

Best regards,
Aili
Aili Bresnahan, JD, MA
PhD Candidate, Philosophy, Temple University
Editor, American Society for Aesthetics Graduate E-journal
www.asage.org
www.artistsmatter.com


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