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This session is for students who are thinking about getting an article published. Learn how to find potential journals for your work. Find out about the Directory of Open Access Journals, Cabell’s ...

This session is for students who are thinking about getting an article published. Learn how to find potential journals for your work. Find out about the Directory of Open Access Journals, Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities, Ulrich’s Periodical Directory, COS Scholar's Universe and browse UBC Library's online journals and indexes and databases

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  • The web address for the UBC Library is www.library.ubc.ca For those of you who attended UBC last year the library’s web site looks a little different. Just to give you a quick overview of the page -the UBC crest will take you to the UBC web page. -the UBC Library print in blue will take you back to the library’s home page The blue bar across the top consists of drop down menus that will give you information about the library, link you to library branches—such as the Education Library page, to the UBC library catalogue and catalogues of other libraries, to print and electronic journals, to E-resources such as Indexes and Databases, electronic books, and our citation management software RefWorks, to Instruction for lists of library workshops and guides such as the APA style guide, to Services for You such as your library account, and to Ask Us where you can connect to a librarian. The One Search box allows you to search the catalogue, databases, Google scholar and the library’s web site. The middle section includes FIND, HOW TO, SUBJECT RESOURCES and MY ACCOUNT. HOW TO is important as it will include instructions for setting up VPN from home. The bottom part of the page news announcements and FAQ’s. The UBC Library web page address is www.library.ubc.ca. Go to that page now and let’s just take a look at the page.
  • The web address for the UBC Library is www.library.ubc.ca For those of you who attended UBC last year the library’s web site looks a little different. Just to give you a quick overview of the page -the UBC crest will take you to the UBC web page. -the UBC Library print in blue will take you back to the library’s home page The blue bar across the top consists of drop down menus that will give you information about the library, link you to library branches—such as the Education Library page, to the UBC library catalogue and catalogues of other libraries, to print and electronic journals, to E-resources such as Indexes and Databases, electronic books, and our citation management software RefWorks, to Instruction for lists of library workshops and guides such as the APA style guide, to Services for You such as your library account, and to Ask Us where you can connect to a librarian. The One Search box allows you to search the catalogue, databases, Google scholar and the library’s web site. The middle section includes FIND, HOW TO, SUBJECT RESOURCES and MY ACCOUNT. HOW TO is important as it will include instructions for setting up VPN from home. The bottom part of the page news announcements and FAQ’s. The UBC Library web page address is www.library.ubc.ca. Go to that page now and let’s just take a look at the page.

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  • Getting Published—Sources and Resources www.library.ubc.ca
  • Education Librarians
    • [email_address] 604-822-0940
  • Today’s Topics
    • Open Access
      • Directory of Open Access Journals
    • Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities
    • Ulrich’s Periodical Directory
    • UBC Journal Search
    • COS Scholar’s Universe
    • Browse Publication lists of Indexes/Databases
  • Open Access
    • Free
    • Unrestricted
    • Online
    • Vimeo.com/6973160
    • “ Opening the knowledge base to all means more researchers can build on it . . .”
    • (Colenbrander, 2009)
  • Directory of Open Access Journals 4,377 journals
  • Asian EFL Journal
  • Need VPN http://www.library.ubc.ca
  • E-Resources—Indexes & Databases
  • Cabell’s Directories of Publishing Opportunities
  • Cabell’s topics
  • Journal Description
  • Canadian Modern Language Review
  • TOPICS: Bilingual / E.S.L.; Curriculum Studies; Languages & Linguistics; Reading; Teacher Education;Tests, Measurement & Evaluation
  • Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory
  • Advanced search
  • Legend
  • Studies in Second Language Acquisition
  • Full display
  • Journal Citation Report —Web of Science
  • COS Scholar Universe
  • UBC Journal Search
  • Title contains all words
  • UBC Journal titles
  • Publications listed in an Index
  • Education Research Complete
  • Lists 77 journals
  • Browse journal issues
  • Thanks and don’t hesitate to contact us!