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Flow of scientific information
The flow of scientific information: from idea to publication
Academic research process
Visual summary included in an email message from Amazelia Services to Grace Baysinger on 13 January 2006.
Publishing your research
Education Library (Cubberley) » Stacks » LB2333 .G58 2013
Is this a peer-reviewed source?
- Most journals published by professional societies (e.g. ACS, RSC) are peer-reviewed. The Swain Library Journals List includes publishers. For a list of profesional societies by subject area, please see Scholarly Societies Project.
- Use "Ulrich's Periodicals Directory" online. The black and white-striped referee's shirt icon represents peer-review.
- Limit your database search to peer-reviewed journals only (available in some databases only, not available in the Web of Science).
- Look on the journal homepage or the print journal for "peer review" information.
- Check with a librarian.
Open access and digital libraries [electronic resource] : social science libraries in action = Acceso abierto y bibliotecas digitales : las bibliotecas de ciencias sociales en acción
Green Library » Stacks » Z286 .O63 S83 2012
SAL3 (off-campus storage) » Stacks » Z286 .O63 O643 2012