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HARC: Helpful Academic Researchers Companion

HARC has been designed to answer the questions researchers ask at every step of the research life cycle

Journal Finder tools

Similar to a database search for references, journal find 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.


List of journal finder tools:

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