The University of Alberta Libraries uses the Open Journal Systems (OJS) publishing software to host open access journals and backfiles of journals that have ceased publication. Please contact your liaison librarian if you are a member of the University of Alberta community and are interested in using this no-fee service. For more information, see the related Memorandum of Understanding.
aboriginal policy studies is a new online, peer-reviewed and multidisciplinary journal that, on a bi-annual basis, publishes original, scholarly, and policy relevant research on issues relevant to Métis, non-status Indians and urban Aboriginal peoples in Canada. We encourage the submission of articles by and for a wide audience of scholars, researchers, community activists, and policymakers. Though focused on the Canadian milieu, we welcome comparative work from an international Indigenous context pertinent to Canadian readers. A similarly broad scope of methodological approaches is encouraged.
La revue Études des politiques des Autochtones est une publication en ligne pluridisciplinaire et évaluée par les pairs qui, deux fois par année, publie des recherches originales, érudites et relatives à la politique sur des sujets touchant les Métis, les Indiens non inscrits et les peuples autochtones vivants en milieu urbain au Canada. Nous invitons la soumission d’articles par et pour un vaste public d’érudits et d’érudites, de chercheurs et chercheuses, d’activistes communautaire et de décisionnaires. Bien que nous nous concentrions sur le milieu canadien, nous acceptons avec plaisir la proposition d’études comparatives provenant d’un contexte autochtone international et intéressantes pour le contexte canadien. Nous encourageons également un large éventail d’approches méthodologiques.
The Agora: Political Science Undergraduate Journal is an online peer reviewed journal that publishes scholarly work done by undergraduates in the field of political science. We have two objectives: to give undergraduate students a chance to have their scholarly work published and recognized and to involve students in the process of peer-review.
Interested in submitting? Check out our guidelines.
The Journal has two objectives. The first is to advance and disseminate knowledge by publishing analytical and research papers, reports, reviews, and commentaries of value to professional practice in continuing education in general, and university continuing education in particular. The second is to encourage dialogue about continuing education within and among relevant professional and academic communities.
Complicity is an open access (free to all readers), peer-reviewed journal that publishes original articles on all aspects of education that are informed by the idea of complexity (in its technical, applied, philosophical, theoretical, or narrative manifestations). The journal strives to serve as a forum for both theoretical and practical contributions and to facilitate the exchange of diverse ideas and points of view related to complexity in education.
Constellations is a student-run, student-written, and student-reviewed undergraduate journal, using a traditional peer-review system common to academic journals. Constellations strives to provide a forum for young historians and classicists to have the experience of writing for an academic journal. In order to maximize the number of opportunities for undergraduate students to have their work published, Constellations is very broad in its scope and will accept papers on any topic that is historical or classical in scope, even from non-history or classics courses. Submissions are accepted from all of the University of Alberta campuses: Main Campus, Augustana and Campus St. Jean, and may be in either French or English. We are looking for 3XX and 4XX level papers that received a minimum of an A- grade.
Please visit the submission information page to read more about the submission criteria and formatting.
Welcome to the online version of Constitutional Forum constitutionnel which will now be published throughout the year. The Forum provides an important opportunity for interdisciplinary debate and dialogue on constitutional issues. Articles are generally short with insightful commentary on current topics of Canadian and international constitutional importance. We hope you enjoy the new format and we welcome your feedback.
The Deakin Review of Children’s Literature is an electronic quarterly review of contemporary English-language materials of interest to children and young adults. Of particular use to librarians, parents, teachers and anyone working with young people, we also publish news relevant to children’s literacy.
The mandate of ESC is "to reflect the discipline back to itself." The journal publishes articles that make a clear and original contribution to scholarly and theoretical debates of current interest and ongoing significance to members of the discipline of English Studies, as well as related fields of inquiry. ESC welcomes submissions on literature, language, culture, and theory. We are particularly interested in contributions that adopt an interdisciplinary approach or reflect the turn to cultural studies, submissions which make excellent and rigorous use of more traditional scholarly methodologies, and submissions which address emergent areas of the discipline. ESC’s goal is to be a venue of first-choice for publication and internationally recognized as one of the leading journals in the discipline of English Studies.
Eureka is a student-founded and student-run initiative whose mission is to promote the world class undergraduate research done in the faculty of science. This journal offers undergraduate scientists the unique opportunity to share their discoveries with the scientific world, while learning the peer review process. Most undergraduate students do not get to experience the publication process as part of their scientific education. Eureka is an educational institution, with a diverse team of reviewers from many scientific backgrounds. Through clear, effective scientific writing students will be able to work together with faculty members to promote University of Alberta science.
The International Journal of Qualitative Methods (ISSN: 16094069) is a peer reviewed journal published as an open annual volume (formerly quarterly), web-based journal by the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology at the University of Alberta, Canada, and its international affiliates.
Our goals are to advance the development of qualitative methods, and to disseminate methodological knowledge to the broadest possible community of academics, students, and professionals who undertake qualitative research. IJQM provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research available free to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. This open access is funded by an article processing fee. IJQM is widely indexed and has an impact factor (2013: 0.357).
The focus and scope of the journal comprises of anything sociological, that is presenting scholarly research with a sociological perspective. This does not completely exclude perspectives of other disciplines; sociology is a very broad and overlapping field and submissions with overlapping perspectives will be accepted.
Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association / Journal de l'Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada
The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures (JHS) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access, journal established in 1996 to foster scholarly research on the Hebrew Bible, Ancient Israel’s History and cognate fields of studies.
Editor, Fakhreddin Jamali
The OPEN ACCESS Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (JPPS), the first in the field established in 1998, is the official journal of the Canadian Society for Pharmaceutical Sciences (CSPS). JPPS is a broad-spectrum, peer-reviewed, international pharmaceutical journal circulated electronically via the World Wide Web. Articles are published with no page charge. Subscription to JPPS is free of charge. Articles will appear individually as soon as they are accepted and are ready for circulation. For submissions, please, see the Guidelines for Authors.
All articles -- commencing from Issue 2, volume 14-- are open to POST-PUBLICATION REVIEW. Registered readers (see “For Readers”, right column) are encouraged to comment by clicking on ABSTRACT (below) on the issue’s contents page.
Language & Literacy is an online journal for educators interested in a broad range of literacy issues encompassing research and teaching in print, oracy, and multimedia.
The Lyceum "Because the personal is always political." A new academic journal/digest focused on political debate from all views of the spectrum. An interdisciplinary journal, the Lyceum will feature full academic articles in addition to brief, precise written debates concerning the topics of the day most critical to the times and to their importance in furthering political awareness on the U of A campus.
Multilingual Discourses is a peer-reviewed journal established in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies to support a multidisciplinary research exchange amongst graduate students in different areas such as cultural studies, linguistics, literature, translation and more.
Phenomenology & Practice is a refereed, human science journal dedicated to the study of the lived experience of a broad range of human practices.
Spaces Between: An Undergraduate Feminist Journal is pleased to announce that we have published our inaugural issue!
Spaces Between is a student-run, student-written, peer reviewed undergraduate journal. This publication is a forum for undergraduate students to publish their work in Women’s and Gender Studies as well as feminist research and writing within other disciplines. Spaces Between is wide in scope: we welcome research and writing that critically engages with gender, sexuality, race, class, (dis)ability, nation, imperialism, (de)colonization, and globalization.
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TranscUlturAl seeks to contribute to the dialogue between cultures and languages by publishing essays, translations and creative pieces that examine interrelationships between translations and cultures, past and present, in global and local contexts. This includes work that ventures beyond dominant geolinguistic and geocultural spaces, in particular those officially defined as either monolingual or bilingual.