Publication Research Help: Home
This guide is designed to assist the School of Architecture and Planning researchers to:
- Identify journals in which to publish
- Create an Orcid iD
- Create a Google Scholar profile
- Explore Research Rabbit
Software sources to find journals for publication:
Manuscript Manager: (EndNote) Journal matching feature suggests the top candidates for your manuscript. Just choose the publications you want, and start the process for submitting your work to the most credible, high-quality journals that match your topic and references.
Jane - Journal/Author Name Estimator Jane: Enter the title and/or abstract of the paper in the box, and click on 'Find journals', 'Find authors' or 'Find Articles'. Jane will then compare your document to millions of documents in PubMed to find the best matching journals, authors or articles.
Other helpful guides:
Reviewing Research: Literature Reviews, Scoping Reviews, Systematic Reviews: Differentiating the Three Review Types
- The Index of ScholarshipThe Index of Scholarship is a database of research expertise at ACSA member programs. For ACSA members, the Index is part of an effort to help stimulate funding opportunities and cross-institution collaboration. The goal is to have a visual resource that faculty, administrators, firms and prospective students can use to acknowledge research in academia. For prospective students, the Index is a visual resource that can be referenced when deciding where to apply.
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