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Scholarly Search Engines
Biefield Academic Search Engine.
A search engine that aggregates, indexes and links to high quality academic documents. Advanced and sophisticated Boolean search options and field limiters
WorldWideScience.org - A global science gateway
National and international scientific databases and portals
Scholarly journals and ranking
By using tools like the ones presented below you can see whether a journal is peer- reviewed or not, if it has a high ranking within its subject area, etc. It’s a good way to start when you looking at a new journal and wants to evaluate its quality.
More information at HT Libriaries pages
Publishing in books
Lund University Press
"Lund University Press publishes books in English only. Authors who wish to publish with the new press submit proposals or full manuscripts. If the submission leads to a contract, the publisher assumes responsibility for the translation or language-editing of the manuscript."
"Kriterium is a portal for the review and publication of high-quality academic books. Kriterium is a new quality mark for Swedish academic books. To obtain the Kriterium stamp of approval, all publications will undergo a stringent peer review according to set guidelines. All books with the Kriterium mark will be freely available online on open access."
Publishing in Journals
Starting an Open Journal at LU
"The University Library runs a server with the publishing system Open Journal Systems (OJS). Editorial staff at Lund University are welcome to use the system for OA publishing of existing, or recently started, publications. The University Library offers – free of charge – the server space and system, start-up support and some technical support."