Use our proxy bookmarklet to get easier access to journals when you are off campus. Add this link to your bookmarks: LiUB Proxy. When you want to get access to a resource you've found, just click the bookmarklet and the page will be reloaded through our proxy.
Journal Impact Factor (JIF) is an indicator of a journal’s scientific impact/visibility based on how often articles from the journal are cited. A journal’s JIF is the average number of cites during one year to articles published the two preceding years.
JIF is found in Thomson Reuter’s Journal Citation Reports, and data is available for journals indexed in Web of Science.
In Ulrichsweb, you find detailed information about academic and scholarly journals, and peer reviewed titles.
Before publishing it is important to determine the quality of the journal you have in mind. The library has created a checklist covering important journal evaluation criteria, as a help for you as a researcher to make the right choice: Publish strategically
The library also offers a service for retrieving information about journals (information about impact factor and open access, among other things) that you're interested in publishing in, on the LiU E-Press website: Journal information
Bokladan ("The Book Barn") is the library common stacks. Parts of the LiU libraries' collections are located there, among them some journals, report series and special collections. It is possible to request items from Bokladan, and it is also possible to visit it, by agreement.