Welcome to the Getting Published: Journal articles Research Guide. This guide provides information about all stages of the scholarly publishing process, including writing, submitting your manuscript to a scholarly journal, the peer review process, how to promote your published article to increase impact and the open access publishing model.
**Before you submit your article get an ORCiD understand it and USE IT.**
A scholarly journal publishes high-quality academic or scholarly content that includes original research articles, written by researchers and experts in a particular academic discipline. Generally, scholarly journals follow the peer review process where manuscripts submitted for publication are evaluated by editors and selected experts (peers).
How can I tell if a journal is scholarly or not?
Contact your Librarian for further advice.