- as reader: sign up for content alerts by checking the journal checkboxes in your profile
- as author: submit a paper to any of our 16+ journals
- as reviewer: sign up as peer-reviewer
- as editorial board (EB) member: read our "Editorial Board Policy" at the link in the "About the Journal" section of each JMIR journal (example: JMIR Editorial Board Policy) and apply as EB member
- propose a theme issue: propose a theme issue as guest editor or sponsor
- consider to create an institutional membership, even if you are just a small research unit - this shows your support and guarantees that you can publish in JMIR journals free of charge for the next 3-10 years
- if you are involved in a conference or workshop (e.g. organizer, chair, SPC member), talk to us about a mutually beneficial cross-promotion and collaboration with your conferences/workshop - see I am chairing/organizing/am involved in a conference/workshop. How can I work with JMIR Publications
- if you have a journal idea, want to be editor-in-chief of a new (or existing) journal, are involved in a society publishing an existing journal or planning a new journal, please read I have a journal idea or I am a society publishing/planning a peer-reviewed journal - would JMIR Publications be interested in publishing it?
An extra incentive to get involved: You get Karma Credits for all these activities (authoring, reviewing, editing) which you can use for your own submissions.
- Why is JMIR Publications a "leading publisher"?
- How to become an author at JMIR
- Why do authors love publishing in JMIR journals?
- How can I become a peer-reviewer and what are the qualifications required?
- How can I become an editorial board member?
- How to propose a theme issue
- I am chairing/organizing/am involved in a conference/workshop. How can I work with JMIR Publications
- I have a journal idea or I am a society publishing/planning a peer-reviewed journal - would JMIR Publications be interested in publishing it?
- Are you hiring? How do I apply?