Publishing Your Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences : Overview
Resources for the scholarly publishing process.
About this Guide
This guide provides an introduction to some library resources that can help you in the process of publishing your research including books, databases, and Web sites.
Scholarly Communication is UW-Madison Libraries' Web site for the campus community that brings together information to illuminate such issues as the scholarly publishing landscape, copyright, and open access initiatives.
Ways Library Can Help
Library staff can help with these stages and tasks of the research and publishing process:
- Topic selection
- Literature review
- Finding research grants and funding: Grants Information Collection
- Using citation managers
- Research/reference assistance
- Journal selection
- Copyright negotiation
The following are research tools to find, locate, and manage information sources.
- Find ItA search tool that lets you search for journal titles to determine if Madison has them electronically. It also provides a link to MadCat in case there is not electronic availability.
- Library CatalogUW-Madison Library Catalog. Use Advanced Search if you are doing topic searching.
- Citation ManagersTools for managing and organizing your citations.