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Journal articles from Web of Science by UniSA authors

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For further information please do not hesitate to contact the Academic Library Services team for your division. 

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Welcome

 Thinking of publishing? Need some information? 

See this guide for some answers! 

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See UniSA’s researchers talking about how their research translates into valuable outcomes for society, providing societal and economic benefits both locally and globally.

Publisher workshops

Springer Nature Author Symposium

Find out about the role of publishing in today’s academic environment, how to decide what publications are right for your research, and what new developments such as open access and eBooks mean for academics and researchers.

Two editors from Springer representing the fields of education and social and behavioural sciences will be speaking.

Date: Tuesday 7 August, 2018

Time: 9.30am-12pm (registration and refreshments from 9.30, presentations start at 9.45)

Where: Magill Campus, H2-11

On campus and online workshops

As part of the Research Education Support Activities: Library program, the Library runs Publishing with impact workshops.

See the workshop calendar for details and registration links.

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Use iThenticate:

  • To simply and easily check your written work for accidental plagiarism
  • To help you develop your writing style and personal ‘voice’
  • To become a better research writer.

For further information, go to the iThenticate resource site .  

To register to use iThenticate, simply send an email asking for an account to iThenticate@unisa.edu.au

 

Looking for open access, data policy and ORCiD information for Wiley?

Check out Wiley's Author Compliance Tool, and go to Select journal. Pick the journal from the list, and view the gold and green (accepted manuscript) open access conditions, data sharing policy, and ORCiD policy.

 

Looking for potential journal to submit your article to?

If you use EndNote, look for the Match tab. Insert the title and abstract of your paper, and you will get a list of journals that best match your topic. Impact factor and other information will also display.