Publishing your research
    You will wish to publish your research in journals which are well-read and highly cited. Librarians can help you locate the most appropriate editors. Many researchers are publishing their work in open access, in refereed journals, on blogs and research networks that are available on the internet or making their articles available either pre- or post-publication in institutional repositories. Some funding authorities are stipulating the availability of research results in open access sources. You can find a list of open-access journals in your area in the Directory of Open Access Journals. You can also try to publish in a journal that allows open access self-archiving. Search journal policies in the SHERPA/RoMEO database.

    Check the main sites that help writing a scientific article. 

Journal Impact Factors - See the number of citations for the average article in a given journal.

  Journal Citation Reports are used to establish the impact factors of journals in your field.

 You can use also the EigenFactor measures a journal's prestige based on per article citations as well as the overall value provided by all of the articles published in a given journal in a year.
See these article for more details,


  • REFERENCES and BIBLIOGRAPHY QUOTE - You can use one of the software below. 

See tutorials: ENDNOTEWebZotero, Mendeley e Mekentos