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With more than 100 years of publishing
experience serving the changing needs of
journal editors and managers, University
of Toronto Press Journals Division
provides a variety of services, including
online peer review and editorial support;
copy-editing, typesetting, and XML;
e-publishing and printing; marketing
management and advertising sales, and
circulation and distribution.
The UTP Journals team is dedicated
to innovation in publishing and the
sustainability of scholarly journals. We
work hand-in-hand with our authors,
editors and associations to grow and
sustain their publications it is our
common goal.
Our efforts to push the boundaries
of academic publishing and to help
publications achieve their goals in the
most effcient and cost-effective manner
have inspired us to innovate in areas
such as online peer-review systems and
advance online publishing.
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In this author resource kit you will fnd helpful information and tips
on preparing your article or review for publication by University of
Toronto Press, as well as other valuable information about UTP journal
titles. If you have any questions about ARK - Author Resource Kit,
please e-mail us at: journals@utpress.utoronto.ca.
Your article From submission to publication
How/Where/What UTP Journals submission guidelines
Before you submit The importance of writing an effective abstract
and choosing an effective title and keywords
How to submit images/videos or use poetry excerpts or song lyrics
and how to supply the required permissions
What is a DOI (Digital Object Identifer)?
Top 9 reasons to link to the version of record
How to make a table in Microsoft Word
The copy-editing process
Production
UTP Journals Advance Online early access to the latest research
Even more publishing advice
Going beyond publication Promoting your article
Permissions
Communicating with UTP Addresses for returning author copyright
contracts and permission requests, inks to the UTP Journals website,
UTP Journals Facebook, Twitter and blog and YouTube channel
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YOUR ARTICLE - FROM SUBMISSION TO PUBLICATION
This is a comprehensive overview of the publication process for our journals. Please note that the overall publication process may vary from journal to journal.
Article is Submitted
Guideline requirements
are reviewed and met
Article is reviewed by
the Editor
Ensures that the
article is of interest
and meets publication
requirements
Editor selects peer
reviewers to start the
frst round of the peer
review process
13 peer reviewers are
selected based on felds
of expertise relating to
the article
Reviewers make
comments and choose a
recommendation
Editor makes a decision
based on the results of the
peer-review process
Article goes through
additional rounds of review
until it is in a form acceptable
for publication
Authors are often asked to
resubmit their article after
revising to strengthen and
refne the content.
Editing stages commence once an article is accepted
File preparation
The fles are prepared for copy-editing and production
using software that formats it for XML-related production
processes. Style labels are applied to paragraphs, headings,
etc.
Figure fles are checked for appropriate resolution
Contracts are sent to authors and must be signed before
the issue is published
Copy-editing
The fles are edited for punctuation, consistency, spelling
errors, journal style and documentation
The edited fles are sent with queries to authors for approval;
authors replies and comments are incorporated once
returned
Line-editing (not all journals line-edit content)
Article is edited for style, fow, clarity, grammar, and
completeness of content
Line-edited fles are returned to the author with comments,
tracked edits, and queries
This is a comprehensive overview of the publication process for our journals. Please note that the overall publication process may vary from journal to journal.
Translation begins once article
has gone through the editing
stages (not all journals have
translated material)
Materials commonly translated
include editorials, guest
editorials, abstracts, and
keywords.
Typesetting and production processes begin once the source fles are received from
the copy editor
Files are prepared and sent to typesetting
Advance Online fles are posted online
First proofs are sent to the Editor and Authors to verify correctness of content
Revisions are returned and sent to the typesetter
Editor creates an issue and assigns all material
Final proof processes confrm the content, cover and advertisements for printing
In the Advance Online workfow, articles are published individually, one after another, leading
up to the publication of the issue in which they appear
Material is sent to be printed and
online fles are requested
Files are posted tothe online issue
and an alert notifes subscribers
ahead of the printed issue
Distribution begins once the print
copies are received from the printer
Marketing efforts begin to promote each issue
Promotional emails are sent to our opt-in email lists,
subscriber and contributor lists, journal related listservs,
and posted on our social media sites Facebook and
Twitter
Promotional emails are sent to contributors of the issue
Additional marketing for theme issues may include
conferences, print and online advertising, press release
distribution, etc.
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Anthropologica
Download Notes to Contributors
Canadian Historical Review
Submission Guidelines
Peer Review Guidelines
Book Review Guidelines
Guide de presentation lintention des auteurs
Directives pour les valuateurs
Directives pour la critique de livres
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Submission Guidelines
Peer Review Guidelines
Book Review Guidelines
Directives aux auteurs
Canadian Journal of History
Contributor Guidelines
Reviewer Guidelines
Books Available for Review
Style Guide
The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality
Manuscript Review Form
Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science
Submission Guidelines
Peer Review Guidelines
Book Review Guidelines
Canadian Journal of Linguistics
Submission Instructions
Book Review Guidelines
Style Guide
Directives soumissions
Directives comptes rendus
Protocole de redaction
The Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation
Canadian Journal of Women and the Law
Information for Contributors
Style Guide
Revue Femmes et droit
Canadian Modern Language Review
Submission Guidelines
Reviewer Guidelines
Book Review Guidelines
Guide de prsentation lintention des auteurs
Directives pour les critiques de livres
Directives pour les valuateurs
Canadian Public Policy
Information for Contributors
Canadian Review of American Studies
Submission Guidelines
Peer Review Guidelines
Book Review Guidelines
Canadian Theatre Review
Cartographica
Submission Guidelines
Peer Review Guidelines
Book Review Guidelines
Eighteenth-Century Fiction
Submission Guidelines
Peer Review Guidelines
Book Review Guidelines
Genocide Studies International
Submission Guidelines
Histoire sociale / Social History
INFOR
UTP JOURNALS SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Please consult the specifc journal guidelines for the most up-to-date method of
submitting, by following the links below.
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The Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation
Canadian Journal of Women and the Law
Information for Contributors
Style Guide
Revue Femmes et droit
Canadian Modern Language Review
Submission Guidelines
Reviewer Guidelines
Book Review Guidelines
Guide de prsentation lintention des auteurs
Directives pour les critiques de livres
Directives pour les valuateurs
Canadian Public Policy
Information for Contributors
Canadian Review of American Studies
Submission Guidelines
Peer Review Guidelines
Book Review Guidelines
Canadian Theatre Review
Cartographica
Submission Guidelines
Peer Review Guidelines
Book Review Guidelines
Eighteenth-Century Fiction
Submission Guidelines
Peer Review Guidelines
Book Review Guidelines
Genocide Studies International
Submission Guidelines
Histoire sociale / Social History
INFOR
International Journal of Canadian Studies
Guidelines to Authors
Journal of Canadian Studies
Submission Guidelines
Journal of Religion and Popular Culture
Submission Guidelines
Peer Review Guidelines
Book Review Guidelines
Journal of Scholarly Publishing
Journal of Veterinary Medical Education
Submission Guidelines
Modern Drama
Mouseion
Note to Contributors
Physiotherapy Canada
Submission Guidelines
Video Submission Guidelines
Reviewer Guidelines
Book Review Guidelines
Rotman International Journal of Pension
Management
Seminar
Submission Guidelines
Book Review Guidelines
The Tocqueville Review
Toronto Journal of Theology
Submission Guidelines
Book Review Guidelines
University of Toronto Law Journal
Submission Guidelines
Reviewer Guidelines
Book Review Guidelines
University of Toronto Quarterly
Submission Guidelines
Please consult the specifc journal guidelines for the most up-to-date method of
submitting, by following the links below.
Free publishing advice
from the Journal of
Scholarly Publishing...
Writing Successful Covering
Letters for Unsolicited
Submissions to Academic
Journals: Comment by
Stephen K. Donovan
Attention contributors!
Dont forget to give us your
social media aliases (Twitter
handle/Facebook page)
and/or that of your institution,
so that we can link to you
in our marketing.
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WHY TITLES, ABSTRACTS
AND KEYWORDS
ARE IMPORTANT
An effectively written title and abstract with carefully chosen keywords can greatly
improve your articles search engine optimization (SEO), improve your Google
search ranking, boost your citation metrics, increase your readership and impress
your tenure committee!
Your article title should be descriptive and frank. Unlike human readers, search
engines do not understand semantics and ironyso make sure your title (or
at least your subtitle) can be taken literally. The abstract and keywords can
strongly infuence an articles online worth to readers, and both must be carefully
considered and constructed very early on in the articles development. Readers
should know whether or not they want to read your entire article just by reading
the abstract and keywords.
An effective abstract and must do the following things:
It must motivate Why do we care about the problem and the results?
It must provide a problem statement What problem are you trying to solve?
It must describe an approach How did you go about solving or making progress
on the problem?
It must describe the results What's the answer?
It must summarize the conclusions What are the implications of your answer?
The best keywords are not just individual words, but 2- to 4-word plain-language
phrases that precisely describe your work (words that researchers might type into a
search engine).
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Common mistakes in choosing article keywords:
Using single-word terms
Choosing terms that are too broad and not
focused on your work
Using terms that are too specialized, which
nobody searches for
For examples of how you can improve your ability to write effective abstracts, see
James Hartleys article in the Journal of Scholarly Publishing, Making the Journal
Abstract More Concrete
Many considerations must go into making an article ft for online use. Learn
about these in Jran Beel et al.s article Academic Search Engine Optimization
(ASEO): Optimizing Scholarly Literature for Google Scholar & Co in the Journal of
Scholarly Publishing.
Boost Citations and
Readership!
Publish in a well-read, well-
respected journal
Make sure your article can be
found online easily - choose
your title and keywords
carefully
Entice readers with a
carefully constructed abstract
Talk, blog, promote your
article and link to the
original version
Join the conversation in
your research community -
go to conferences, follow
and comment on blogs and
social media, network with
researchers in the feld, write
a review, present a paper,
publize yourself, etc.
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IMAGE PERMISSIONS
Planning on using images or videos,
or quoting poetry or song lyrics in
your article? Read this frst!
UTP requires the formal written
permission from the copyright holder
to publish images (including screen captures), videos, or excerpts from poetry
or songs. You are responsible for any costs associated with those permissions.
Permissions must be forwarded to UTP no later than the copy-editing stage in
the publishing of your article.
It is a good idea to seek permission as early as possible after your receive your
acceptance letter, as this can be a lengthy process.
When asking for permission from copyright holders, note that UTP requires
permission to publish the work, in perpetuity, in print, online, and through
third-party aggregators (electronic database providers) such as Project MUSE.
You must pay any costs associated with purchasing images from copyright
holders (e.g., online image databases).
Note that UTP publishes under Canadian copyright law, not US copyright
law. Fair use does not apply under Canadian copyright law. The Canadian
equivalent is called fair dealing. More information on fair dealing, see section
29, Exceptions, especially sub-sections 29.129.3, which deal with fair dealing.
Image quality
Once youve obtained the necessary permissions to use your images, be sure to
provide your images in JPEG, PDF or TIFF formats with a resolution of 300 dpi
minimum, 600 dpi or higher is preferred. If you are unsure of the resolution of
your image, please check it in your image software. For Videos: please submit
H.264 encoded formats such as .mp4.
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Did you know?
Its not just about text: Many
UTP journals offer the option of
including full-colour images, audio
and video, and supplementary data
fles in the online version of your article. Talk
to the journal editor or editorial assistant, your
copy editor, or your production editor to fnd
out more.
While images typically appear in black and white in print journals, online
versions can accommodate colour images, video and audio. If you have visual or
audio material that is relevant to your article, please submit for inclusion in the
online version of the journal.
Name your images using your last name and a fgure number, refecting the
order of appearance in your text; for example, if your name is Stewart Smith
and you have fve images in your text, name them SmithFig1, SmithFig2, and
so on. Image captions and image credits are also required for each image
submitted and should be similarly labelled.
Captions
All captions and photo credits should be included at the time of submission.
Permissions Checklist
Required permissions obtained and available to forward to UTP for records
File(s) named clearly with last name, fgure and manuscript number
Image caption(s) and credit(s)
Images of 300-dpi or higher resolution in JPEG or TIFF format
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DOI (DIGITAL OBJECT IDENTIFIER)
What is a DOI?
A DOI is an articles unique identifer, registered with CrossRef (see CrossRef FAQs)
and used to create a persistent link to the article even if the article moves. (A
journal might switch from one online hosting service to another, for example; the
URL will change, but the DOI link will follow it.) A reader using the online version
of an articles reference list can click on any DOI link to immediately get to the
cited source; a reader using the print version can be sure of fnding exactly the
right article by searching
the DOI instead of the
author(s) or article title.
Each of our online articles
has its own DOI, which can
be used to link back to it
from other documents that
cite it; including DOI links
in our reference lists is the
other end of that process
(sort of like using recycled
paper as well as recycling
used paper). The more
citations include DOIs, the
more researchers will use
them, which ultimately will
drive more readership to our
content.
We hope that our contributors will value publishing with UTP and use a link back
to our UTP Journals website in order to view the published article. By linking
your article back to the UTP Journals site with the others in the issue, you have
the credibility of publishing with a respected academic press, you can receive
readership stats (the number of times your article is viewed), you can have audio
or video clips added to your article, and you can view cross-references of your
article.
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TOP 9 REASONS TO LINK TO THE VERSION OF RECORD
When promoting your article, its always best to link back to the original. Heres why:
1. Your article appears at the
UTP site, where other important
scholars and researchers publish
their work.
2. Usage on your article will be
centralized in one spot. If you
need statistics, contact UTP and
we will send those to you.
3. UTP actively promotes your
article to its wide network of
potential readers.
4. Citations to your article
will appear right next to your
article. See here for an example.
5. Your articles DOI is a
persistent link that will always
point to the offcial article.
6. Posting your article to free sites will compromise the ability of the journal, you
contribute to to generate the revenue needed to support the journals publishing
activities.
7. The journal (or UTP) will support the migration of your article to new formats far
in the future. Revenue from subscriptions will allow the journal to accomplish this.
8. The connection between your article and the journal in which it appears is clear in
the offcial publication version a clear indication of the articles quality and peer-
reviewed status. This may not be evident to a reader who fnds the article on SSRN or
a similar site.
9. The version of record of your article gives readers direct access to any supplemental
materials such as video, appendices and data sets.
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HOW TO MAKE A TABLE IN WORD
Method 1: Creating a table and typing data into it
1. On the Insert tab, click on the Table icon. A drop-down
will appear:
2. By dragging your mouse pointer over the rows and
columns of boxes in the drop-down, you can quickly create
a table with the number of rows and columns of boxes you
need:
3. Then simply type
(or copy and paste)
your data into the
table as appropriate.
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These controls let you add, remove, and change borders; add and delete rows,
columns, and cells; split and merge cells; change cell height and width; and make
other adjustments to your table.
4. Table formatting is controlled using the contextual Table Tools tabs, which
appear once you have added a table to your document:
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1. Select the whole table:
2.On the Insert tab, click on the Table
icon. A drop-down will appear:
Method 2: Turning text into a table
If you have made your table
using tabs, like this, then you
can easily convert it into a
Word table by following these
steps:
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3.On the drop-down, click
Convert Text to Table. A dialogue
box will now appear: The
dialogue box lets you choose
the number of columns or rows
you want (you should change
these values only if the values
that come up automatically are
wrong) and what marker Word
should use to separate text into
cells. In this case, you want to
choose Tabs.
4. Click OK.
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THE COPY-EDITING PROCESS
An article that is accepted after peer review moves on to the editing
stages of the publishing process. The goal of copy editing is making
sure that each journal contribution is published with the best
possible editorial accuracy. We take pride in our journals' editorial
standards and in ensuring that your contribution is aligned with
these standards. Our journals remain trusted research tools for
institutions and scholars alike in large part thanks to consistent and
careful copy editing for journal styles, documentation styles, and
mechanical errors, aas well as helpful stylistic suggestions. The copy-editing process
adapts your work the journals house style and corrects written English and French;
it does not alter your voice as the author.
The following steps explain how the copy-editing process works:
1. The fle is prepared for copy-editing and production using software that formats it for
XML-related production processes. Style labels are imposed on paragraphs, headings, and
so on, to prepare it for typesetting.
2. The copy editor reads each fle and imposes house style (standard journal style
for punctuation, spelling, capitalization, etc.). He or she also makes any necessary
grammatical corrections. All changes are tracked in Word.
3. The copy editor enters any queries about citation information, permissions, and so on
in Comments in the Word fle.
4. The copy editor emails the author the fnished fle (with tracked changes invisible).
5. The author sends the fle back to the copy editor with his or her changes tracked and
ensures all the queries are answered in Comments.
6. The article is then sent to typesetting and enters the production phase.
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THE PRODUCTION PROCESS
The production process begins after the copy-
editing stage is complete. The goal of production
is to ensure accurate and consistent quality and
the timely production of our journals. During this
phase, authors and editors have an opportunity
to review typeset proofs before the content is
published.
1. Typesetters generate frst proofs in PDF and
the Production Coordinator (PC) distributes the fles to the authors, editors and
proofreaders. Once the PC receives the proofs back, they are marked up and corrections
are sent back to the typesetters to produce second proof PDFs.
2. When the PC receives the second proofs from the typesetters, they are checked
against the marked-up frst proofs and corrections are sent back to the typesetter, who
produces a third set of PDF proofs.
3. The PC receives the third proofs from the typesetters and checks them against the
marked-up second proof fle. Once all content is verifed, the PC will request the printer-
ready PDF fles.
4. A contributor list is sent to Circulation department, which generates the print run.
5. The PC receives the printer-ready PDF fles from the typesetter and checks for any
last items that may be outstanding or need to be corrected. The cover fle and any
advertisements are added to the printer-ready PDF.
6. The issue is sent to print. If the journal is hosted online, the PC will upload Web-ready
fles to the online host(s). The PC checks them to ensure all elements are present and
correct.
7. Once printed, the issue is mailed to subscribers.
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To meet the challenges of the increasingly fast-paced academic publishing world,
some of our journals publish articles online before they appear in print. Once
articles are accepted for publication, they are copy-edited, typeset, and posted
online immediately through a process called Advance Online. This new initiative
allows us to make advance versions of articles available online within weeks
rather than months of fnal manuscript submission. We are excited to offer this
service to our contributors and readers.
The Advance Online Process:
FILE PREPARATION
Files are prepared for copy-editing and production using
software that formats it for XML-related production
processes
Image resolution is checked (where images are used)
Contracts are sent to authors for signing
COPY-EDITING
Files are edited for punctuation, consistency, spelling errors, journal style and documentation
guides
Edited fles are sent with queries to authors for approval and authors replies and comments
are then incorporated
TYPESETTING
Files are typeset to generate web-ready PDFs
PRODUCTION
Files are processed to be posted to the online platform
Typeset page proof(s) are sent to author(s) for review
Author revisions are incorporated into proof fles and are kept ready for when issue is compiled
ISSUE CREATION
All material for an issue is put together for issue composition
Once the issue is fnalized and web ready, the fnal article replaces the existing advance online
article
UTP JOURNALS ADVANCE ONLINE
Early access to the latest research
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EVEN MORE PUBLISHING ADVICE
Articles from Journal of Scholarly Publishing
How to Alienate Your Editor: A Practical Guide for Established Authors,
by Stephen K. Donovan, published in the Journal of Scholarly Publishing
(36.4), is an excellent article on classic mistakes made during the submission
process.
Also useful is Surviving Referees Reports by Brian Martin, published in
Journal of Scholarly Publishing (39.3).
Other helpful advice from the Journal of Scholarly Publishing:
The Book Review: Scholarly and Editorial
Responsibility(JSP 33.3)
Writing a Helpful Referees Report (JSP 39.3/4)
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GOING BEYOND PUBLICATION - PROMOTING
YOUR ARTICLE
Once youve had your article published, its time to get the word out
and start people reading and talking about it!
Ideally your article should reach the broadest and most suitable
audience. We promote our journals and their content as a whole at
conferences, via new issue alerts and journal-specifc opt-in email
lists, on our social media pages, on our website, and in print and
online advertising. But only you are the expert on your article - this
makes you the expert on the audience who will be best targeted to
read and cite your work.
Here are some popular ways to generate article buzz:
Social Networking social networking sites such as LinkedIn,
Facebook, and Twitter provide a free format to promote your
article to potential readers. Authors, researchers, and publishers are
increasingly using these sites to promote and encourage discussion
of their published work.
Post information about your article on your profle page with a
direct link to the online version so it can be picked up by other
researchers and professionals in the feld. Note that when you
provide a link to the offcial version of your article, UTP can give you
readership statistics for your article (ask us for your numbers!) and
cross-reference citations to your article in the literature. Citations to
your article will then begin to appear in the navigation panel next to your article.
Include an image, journal cover or screenshot of the article pdf in your social media
posts. Images grab the attention of potential readers browsing through their social
media feeds.
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Dont forget to give us your social media
aliases (Twitter handle/Facebook page) and/
or that of your institution, so that we can link
to you in our marketing. We will also re-tweet
and cross-post to the University of Toronto Press social media
audiences. Simply add it to your submission, send us an email or
contact your editor or copyeditor.
Saving publishing, one tweet at a time - Helping both readers
and writers look good on social media (by Edd Dumbill, OReilly Radar,
December 31, 2012)
Highly Tweeted Articles Were 11 Times More Likely to
Be Highly Cited
(by Alexis Madrigal, The Atlantic, January 12, 2012)
Video abstracts/introductions/updates - Consider producing a short video or audio
recording in which you talk about the goals/content/research of your article. Or
perhaps there has been an update to your research - provide a brief video update
to be used as supplementary and promotional material. Should you wish to do this,
please contact your editor, as we can offer suggestions to help with production of
the video. Click here for examples.
SAVEPUBLISHING
Tweet Everything
Having trouble putting together informative tweets?
This handy bookmarklet, from www.savepublishing.com
helps you fnd the tweetable sentences on any
web page.
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Academic Social Networking social communities such as MyNetReseach,
Academia and Academici provide a venue to meet, converse, and collaborate with
academics, researchers, and practitioners who share the same research interests.
Listservs free e-mail lists allow you to discuss your article with people in the
discipline. Post an abstract and link to the online version of your article on relevant
listservs you subscribe to.
Department website or personal webpage add an abstract and a link to the
online version of your article from your web profle/page.
Department social media and/or blogs talk to your departments communications
person. Ask them to promote your article on the department home page, social
media and blogs
CiteULike use this social bookmarking tool to add a link to your article to your
personal CiteULike library and share it with others. Invite colleagues and other
researchers in your feld to view your library and help them discover literature that
is relevant to their feld, including your article(s).
Blogs if you blog, dont forget to mention your recently published article(s) when
discussing your current research. Ask to be a guest blogger on the UTP Journals
blog - blog.utpjournals.com
Conferences talk about your article at conferences in your feld.
Email send email announcements with the article link to research colleagues.
Email signature use your email signature to tell people about your article by
adding a short abstract/title and link to the online version of the article at the
bottom of your signature block.
GOING BEYOND PUBLICATION - PROMOTING YOUR
ARTICLE continued...
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Follow
UTP Journals on
Facebook and
Twitter!
When you see your
journal issue, article
or name come up,
like, comment, share,
retweet!
Libraries ask your institutional or public librarian to
subscribe to the journal, if they dont already. If you
have colleagues who have similar research interests
that would beneft from a library subscription to
the journal, ask them to join you in putting forward
subscription requests to your library.
Reading lists when appropriate, add your
article, or the journal, to your students
reading lists or recommended reading.
Use a combination of these
promotional suggestions to
ensure that your article
gets discovered,
read, and cited as
much as possible.
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PERMISSIONS
The Journals division at the University of
Toronto Press owns copyright for articles
published in the following titles:
Canadian Historical Review
Canadian Theatre Review
Cartographica
Journal of Religion and Popular Culture
Journal of Scholarly Publishing
University of Toronto Law Journal
University of Toronto Quarterly
In addition, UTP Journals manages permissions and royalties for the following:
Anthropologica
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice
The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality
Canadian Journal of Women and the Law
Canadian Modern Language Review
Canadian Review of American Studies
The Champlain Society
Diaspora
Genocide Studies International
International Journal of Canadian Studies
Journal of Veterinary Medical Education
Modern Drama
Physiotherapy Canada
Seminar
Toronto Journal of Theology
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If you have a permissions inquiry about a University of Toronto Press journal not
included in either list above, please contact the editorial board for that journal
directly. Contact information can be found on the individual journal page, via
www.utpjournals.com.
You want to reprint your own work:
If you would like to reprint your own work in a book you are writing or editing,
please contact us at journal.permissions@utpress.utoronto.ca. When contacting us,
please provide as much information as possible, including:
The full citation of your original article (author, title, journal, volume, issue,
year, and page numbers)
As much information on your forthcoming publication as is available (publisher,
co-editors or authors, title of work, anticipated publication date, print run,
format of publication, etc.)
We never charge authors to use their work in their own forthcoming publications.
A publisher wants to reprint your work:
If a publisher contacts you to reprint your article or review in a book of their own,
please ask them to contact us directly at journal.permissions@utpress.utoronto.ca.
When contacting us with a permissions request, all publishers must provide us with
the following information:
The full citation of your original article (author, title, journal, volume, issue,
year, and page numbers). If they only want to use an excerpt, the excerpt and
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