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The Publication Cycle: Guide to Library Support

From creating new journals to building your bibliography to archiving your publications, the UT Libraries offer a host of tools and services to help researchers throughout the publication and research cycle.

Creating a New Journal

The UT Libraries hosts several recently-founded journals, many of which include UT researchers on their editorial boards.

The Libraries' journal hosting service provides help in:

  • Establishing an International Standard Serial Numbers (ISSN) for the journal
  • Determining best practices in publishing agreements
  • Peer-review workflows
  • Editorial support

If you are interested in starting a journal, or have questions about the process, please contact the Scholarly Communication Librarian, Rachel Radom.