You will probably be aware of certain journals in your field, and their reputation for quality. If you're interested in seeing if there are other quality journals in your field try these tools.
These tools can help you identify potential journals, based on the title/abstract of your project.
Journal impact factors are measures produced using citation data, and sometimes expert review. Impact factors aim to gauge and demonstrate a journal’s contribution to research within the academic community.
Journal Citation Reports
Scopus Journal Analyzer
The Bond University Faculty Quality Publication Outlet list denotes quality peer reviewed journals that generally represent the top 30% of journal publications in each discipline. The list is available to Bond staff and students only.
The Australian Business Dean's Council produces a Master Journal List, useful for assessing the quality of journals related to business.
Library Services provides support for Bond University's submissions to the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) initiative. ERA is an evaluative program of the Australian Government via the Australian Research Council. It aims to assess research quality within Australia's higher education institutions using a combination of indicators and expert review.
Bond researchers may find this page from Deakin University useful; it provides a searchable and browsable method of accessing the official 2015 ERA journal and conference lists.
More information about what ERA means for Bond researchers is available from the Office of Research Services.
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