Similar to a database search for references, journal finder tool databases require the searcher/author to provide your potential article's keywords or abstract, and the Journal finder tool will identify a list of potential journal titles.
As seen below, some journal finder tools have been created by publishers, while others are created by other organisations.
Some of these journal tools also provide a range of journal metrics allowing potential authors to identify highly ranked journals to submit their articles to. When a journal finder does not include journal metrics, use Scopus or Journal Citation Reports databases to identify highly ranking journals.
Click on Trends Module from the menu along the top of the page.
Select Topics and Topic Clusters in the Left hand panel.
Search to locate a Topic or Topic Cluster by selecting +Add topics and Topic Clusters
You can also click on Advanced Topic Search
Either select your topic from the drop down menu or from the advanced search by clicking on tick box to select the Topic then move your cursor to the right to click on "+ Add "
The selected topic will now appear on the left hand panel.
Click on a selected topic in the panel to view Topics of Prominence to display high activity by Summary, Institutions, Countries, Authors, Scopus Sources, Keywords and Topics.
Edith Cowan University acknowledges and respects the Nyoongar people, who are
the traditional custodians of the land upon which its campuses stand and its programs
In particular ECU pays its respects to the Elders, past and present, of the Nyoongar people, and embrace their culture, wisdom and knowledge.