Starting a new scholarly journal can be a complex process. Many decisions have to be made before accepting submissions and publishing the first issue. The resources on this page can help guide editors and boards through the process.
Some things to consider when starting a new journal:
When starting a new journal, look at other journals for inspiration. Take careful note of what you like about the information on the journal websites, the look and feel of the website, the way that issues are arranged and journal articles are formatted. This information will be a great starting point for your new journal, so save links to be shared with your journal support team as examples.
See the following for more detailed information about the process of starting a new journal: