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Library Research Support


There are many things to consider when publishing your work.

A good place to start is the University's document about developing a personal publication strategy.

On this guide you will find information about the following:

Choosing where to publish - choosing the right journal, conference or book publisher for your research is a vital part of the publishing process and it is therefore important that you research your options carefully. This guide will help you with what you should consider and  the tools that can help you.

Preparing your manuscript - if you are getting started with writing for publication you may find the resources and tips in this section helpful.

Peer review - this page is an introduction to peer review and the various types of peer review that you may encounter.

Starting an open access journal - this page gives links to our online journals, and also the forms to propose a new journal,.