Publishing your research
The Publication Good Practice Guidelines provide information on how to prepare and disseminate outputs in a way which helps increase the visibility of your research.
The following guidelines are available:
- Publication Good Practice Guidelines: Journal articles
- Publication Good Practice Guidelines: Monographs
- Publication Good Practice Guidelines: Non-standard outputs
A guide on journal metric indicators is available to support your decisions when targeting publications.
As part of the Publications Strategy , academic staff are required to deposit where copyright allows, all research papers (including journal articles and conference papers) into the NTU institutional repository (IRep) upon publication or as soon as possible thereafter. Staff are asked to provide the version of their paper that is as close as possible to the published version. Bibliographic details of all other research outputs should be deposited in IRep.
Information on how to submit your research publications to IRep are included in our PubSub user guide . It is important that all research outputs include the standard Nottingham Trent University affiliation and are linked with the appropriate researcher identifiers; more information is available in the Managing your researcher identity guide .
Obtaining an ISBN
The library guide Registering a new NTU publication provides details of how you can obtain an ISBN.