Publishing articles in journals may help:
Journals vary widely, so think about the following factors when choosing a journal for publishing:
Impact and ranking (may refer to Bibliometrics & Research Impact databases)
Editor and Editorial Board
Predatory journals (fraudulent, deceptive, or pseudo-journals) are journals which aim mainly at profit, and attempt to deceive authors to publish for a fee without providing robust peer-review or editorial services. They publish all articles, including low quality, unrelated to the topic of the journal, or nonsensical ones, as long as the authors pay a fee. Predatory publishers are considered dishonest and lack transparency.
Some journals appear to have been hijacked, meaning that their websites or branding have been co-opted by a predatory journal or publisher.
Check the Beall’s list and think before you submit your works.
Journal's editorial policy, instructions to authors and other pertinent information are very useful for you to prepare and submit an article to a journal. Make sure you read and understand such kinds of information clearly before preparing a final version of your article. Please refer to websites of individual publisher or journal for more details.
Compare journals and look for high-impact articles using citation bibliometrics:
Online Guide: Research Metrics@HKUL
HKU DataHub is the cloud platform for storing, citing, sharing, and discovering research data and all scholarly outputs. It collects, preserves, and provides stable, long-term global open access to a wide range of research data and scholarly outputs created by HKU researchers and RPG students in the course of their research and teaching.
Online Guide: DataHub
Open Access brings you the following benefits:
Online Guide: Open Access@HKUL