Regularly reading key journals in your area can also help you identify where to publish. Speak with your supervisor about a publishing strategy for your research.
Have I learnt to recognise and avoid a potentially predatory publisher?
Be wary of unsolicited emails or invitations to publish. A predatory publisher may resemble a legitimate publishing house, but may lack scholarly credibility or use unethical practices.
Before you submit a publication check our guide to publishing your research to carefully consider publishing opportunities in journals, books and conferences. Also speak with your supervisor about a publishing strategy for your research.
Have I registered for an ORCID iD?
ORCID provides you with a unique identifier and lets you link your publications to your name and get credit for your work.