Benefits of publishing with Elsevier
1. Reach more readers
We’ll publish your article on ScienceDirect, putting it in the hands of more than 15 million people around the world. We’ll also add it to Scopus, the world’s largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature, which covers most of Elsevier’s journals.
2. Enjoy innovative services
You can publish your data, software, materials and methods in brief, citable articles with Research Elements. Present your research powerfully with our content innovation services, such as AudioSlides, the Virtual Microscope, the Interactive Map Viewer and 3D Molecular Models.
3. Promote your work
We help you promote your work by giving you a Share Link, with 50 days’ unlimited free access to your full article. We promote selected research articles to the global scientific media and our marketing teams highlight articles online – our social media channels reach more than 3.2 million people (June 2016).
4. Monitor impact
Mendeley Stats gives you feedback on how your publications are being downloaded, shared and cited. It also gives you an overview of when they’re mentioned in the media.
5. Get peer reviewed
We value peer reviewers who determine the validity, significance and originality of submitted articles, whose expert suggestions help you improve your research and manuscript. Our Reviewer Recognition Program engages and rewards these reviewers, and features peer review projects and experiments.
6. Learn and develop
Elsevier’s Publishing Campus supports you with free online training for your publishing and academic career. For each interactive training module or online lecture you complete you are rewarded with a certificate from Elsevier.
7. Improve your manuscript
Our WebShop language and illustration services help you make sure your manuscript is the highest quality. Once it’s published, you can celebrate your achievement with reprints, certificates and posters from My Article Services.
8. Widen article outreach
Our access programs give your article the widest possible outreach, including to the general public –Research4Life, Patient access programs, ATLAS Award and our Postdoc Free Access Program.
9. Choose open access
You can choose from 1,600+ journals that offer open access options. For more details visit www.elsevier.com/openaccess.