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How to Get Published: Resources for Librarians

Are your patrons turning to you for advice on how to get published? Perhaps you are interested in publishing your own research in one of SAGE’s information science journals. SAGE is committed to supporting librarians in shaping the scholarship of the future. Find a range of resources here on this page to guide you through each step of the author journey. 


Support for Authors/Editors/Reviewers

SAGE Author Gateway

SAGE Editor Gateway

SAGE Review Gateway

Make your publishing experience as smooth as possible with expert help and guidance from SAGE.


SAGE Author Services can help those struggling with language or formatting issues. Submit it to SAGE Language services before submitting to a journal to get help with editing, translation, and formatting your manuscript.


Open to authors working in medicine and life sciences, SAGE Path is an article transfer hub offering a direct transfer link to over 175 SAGE journals (subscription and open access options available). With so many journal options to choose from, sometimes it can be hard to decide the best fit for your manuscript. SAGE Path quickly provides expert advice on the SAGE journal that is the best fit for you.  


Information Science and Library Studies

SAGE publish a suite of journals in Information Science and Library Studies. Take a look today, you may find yourself inspired to make your own contribution!



Need further help?

Look no further than the The Librarian Resource Center, for librarian resources, white papers, library news and more. For your patrons, make sure they visit the SAGE Journal Author Gateway for information to guide them through the entire publishing process.