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International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education

ISSN 1932-9253

The International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education (IJARE) is dedicated to advancing the knowledge and practices of human aquatic professionals worldwide.

This peer-reviewed quarterly scholarly journal publishes significant non-competitive evidence-based human aquatic research findings, articulates unique and innovative ideas in aquatics, challenges current practices and proposed changes, and disseminates information about the latest and best use of aquatic equipment, facilities, and practices.

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International ResearchScape Journal (International Studies)

ISSN 2372-1774

The International ResearchScape Journal seeks to encourage research with an international focus among undergraduate students at Bowling Green State University.

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Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association (Human Movement, Sport and Leisure Studies)

ISSN 2376-9289

Welcome to the Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association. The JSMAHS is a peer-reviewed, open-access, scholarly, online journal dedicated to the exploration of sports medicine and allied health professional practice, research, and education. The JSMAHS continues to welcome manuscripts from first time and seasoned authors who have the desire to share knowledge through the dissemination of published works online..

Mission Statement

It is the mission of the Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences as the Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers’ Association to provide support to the scholarship of the organization, its members and stakeholders.JSMAHS assists with the dissemination of scholarly work of researchers from all levels. The JSMAHS provides peer-reviewed and relevant research related to Sports Medicine and Allied Health Care professions.

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Personnel Assessment and Decisions (Psychology)

ISSN 2377-8822

Personnel Assessment and Decisions is the official journal of the International Personnel Assessment Council (IPAC). The journal welcomes any studies or reviews related to staffing organizations and assessing its members. This might include (but is not limited to) research on:

  • applicant recruitment and assessment
  • selection tools (e.g., interviews, tests, work samples)
  • selection decisions
  • on-boarding and training
  • job search and choice
  • performance assessment and employee development
  • job analysis and competency modeling
Considerable emphasis will be placed on applied research that is novel, accessible, important, and newsworthy (think Psychological Science for personnel psychology). Articles should have practical relevance and be of broad interest.

News (10/30/15) We have added some resources for authors and reviewers in the left sidebar. Feel free to check them out!

News (1/16/15) Since introducing the journal, we have received a number of high-quality submissions. Given the nature of a minority of submissions we received, a new subsection entitled “Practitioner Demonstration Projects” was added to the Measurement & Measures section.

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WRIT: GSW Journal of First-Year Writing (General Studies Writing)

WRIT: GSW Journal of First-Year Writing is a dynamic venue that highlights innovative, risk-taking writing projects created for General Studies Writing (GSW) courses. The journal provides students across GSW courses an opportunity to share their work and, in so doing, brings attention to highlight academic writing as an intellectual and creative enterprise. WRIT is a celebration of academic writing broadly writ.

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Canada-United States Law Journal (Student Journals)

ISSN 1063-6391

Founded in 1974, the Canada-United States Law Journal was the first academic law journal dedicated to the exploration of the complex trade relationship between Canada and the United States.

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Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law (Student Journals)

ISSN 0008-7254

Established in 1968, the Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law (JIL) is one of the oldest and most prestigious international law journals in the world.

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Case Western Reserve Law Review (Student Journals)

ISSN 0008-7262

The Case Western Reserve Law Review is a student edited, scholarly publication dealing with subjects of general interest in the legal profession.

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Health Matrix: The Journal of Law-Medicine (Student Journals)

ISSN 0748-383X

A premier journal of legal scholarship focusing on the intersection of law, ethics, medicine, and policy.

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Journal of Law, Technology, & the Internet (Student Journals)

ISSN 1949-6451

Case Western Reserve Journal of Law, Technology & the Internet (JOLTI) is an annual peer-reviewed student-run law journal that publishes the works of academics, practitioners, and other relevant experts on a variety of topics including intellectual property and technology law. We welcome the unsolicited submission of any full-length manuscript addressing the intersection of law and technology. Case Western Reserve School of Law faculty members serve as peer-reviewers for all manuscripts.

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Bioethics in Faith and Practice (Center for Bioethics)

ISSN 2374-1597

Bioethics in Faith and Practice is a peer-reviewed professional journal, published online twice a year, and supported by the Center for Bioethics at Cedarville University. The focus of the journal is health care ethics, but may also include articles of a more theoretical nature. Though the journal emphasizes Judeo-Christian values, we are open to a large variety of voices, including secular ones.

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CedarEthics: A Journal of Critical Thinking in Bioethics (Center for Bioethics)

ISSN 2333-9713

CedarEthics is an undergraduate journal published by Cedarville University's Center for Bioethics. It ceased publication in 2014, when the Center began publication of its peer-reviewed journal, Bioethics in Faith and Practice.

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Cedarville Review (Department of English, Literature, and Modern Languages)

ISSN 2372-286X

Our mission is to compile the best undergraduate fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, and photography. Our focus is to bring previously unheard, talented voices to the forefront. Our hope is to impact how college students think about and interact with art. We are committed to publishing excellent undergraduate writing, provoking discussion, and furthering the literary community.

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Channels: Where Disciplines Meet (Department of Communication)

ISSN 2474-2651

Channels is the journal of undergraduate research at Cedarville University. The journal publishes peer- and faculty-reviewed articles from all disciplines.

Channels strives to provoke thoughtful discussion among its readers as authors explore new ideas, generate creative solutions to existing problems, and develop knowledge in new ways.

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Excerpts in Pharmacy Research Journal (School of Pharmacy)

ISSN 2374-4693

Excerpts in Pharmacy Research Journal, published by the School of Pharmacy at Cedarville University, ceased publication in 2017.

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Musical Offerings (Department of Music and Worship)

ISSN 2167-3799

Musical Offerings, published by the Department of Music and Worship at Cedarville University, is an online, undergraduate musicology journal whose mission is to publish articles on topics in any area of musicology, ethnomusicology, music history, or church music history.

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Resuscitating Paideia: Reading Literature for Wisdom (Department of English, Literature, and Modern Languages)

ISSN 2375-7728

Resuscitating Paideia: Reading Literature for Wisdom ceased publication in 2015.

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The Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism

TheThe Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism is a collection of peer-reviewed technical papers which seek to develop and systematize the Creation Model of origins from a young earth perspective. The first issue of The Proceedings will be published after the 2018 conference.

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Chinese Language Teaching Methodology and Technology (Confucius Institute)

ISSN 2572-1739

Chinese Language Teaching Methodology and Technology is an international, referred journal dedicated to the advancement of teaching and learning of Chinese as a second or foreign language.

Submissions for the second issue of the journal are being accepted.

For more information about the journal and paper submission, please visit Submission Guidelines & Policies.

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Cleveland State Law Review (Law Journals)

ISSN 0009-8876

Welcome to The Cleveland State Law Review

The Cleveland State Law Review is the flagship journal of the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. Please visit the Law Review's new website, featuring our new online companion journal, Et Cetera, at ClevStLRev.org.


To keep up with new Law Review developments and publications, be sure to "like" us on the Law Review's Facebook page and follow us on Twitter @ClevStLRev.

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Cultural Encounters, Conflicts, and Resolutions (World Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Journal)

ISSN 2380-937X

Cultural Encounters, Conflicts, and Resolutions: A Journal of Border Studies

The focus of this peer reviewed journal is borders studies as a discipline dedicated to examining encounters, conflicts and resolutions within national, political, social, cultural, religious, racial, and educational borders. It analyzes borders as a physical, psychological and symbolic experience that affects relationships and negotiations among people around the world. The journal is interdisciplinary in nature, it is unique in the field, and it creates a venue for attracting scholars from the humanities and the social sciences.

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Journal of Law and Health (Law Journals)

ISSN 1044-6419

The Journal of Law and Health is a traditional yet innovative periodical. Articles are drawn from all disciplines that offer a perspective on the legal aspects of medicine and health sciences. This pan-disciplinary format allows flexibility in both the type and length of articles published.

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The Downtown Review (Student Scholarship)

ISSN 2381-4292

Welcome to The Downtown Review.

The Downtown Review seeks to showcase outstanding undergraduate work by students of the Mandel Honors College students for general academic audiences.

Please see the Aims and Scope for a complete introduction to our publication aims, audience, and vision.

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The Global Business Law Review (Law Journals)

The Global Business Law Review is committed to creating a truly transnational dialogue for those interested in the pressing issues in international and business law. If you wish to join the global forum by contributing a commentary or article, The Global Business Law Review is always accepting full-length scholarly works for publication. Please email the editorial team at theglobalbusinesslawreview@gmail.com with any questions or comments.

Also see Global Business Law Review Symposia for video and information on our symposia.

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The Journal of Traditions & Beliefs (Michael Schwartz Library)

ISSN 1947-2390

This journal is a scholarly publication of the Initiative for the Study of Religion and Spirituality in the History of Africa and the Diaspora (RASHAD). Each volume of The Journal of Traditions & Beliefs embraces a different topic. The target audience includes college and university faculty members, adult learners, and teachers with an interest in the arts and humanities.

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Articulāte (English)

Articulāte is published in the spring semester of each academic year and features student essays of literary and cultural criticism. Since 1996, Articulāte has published works of almost 90 Denison students who have written 106 essays on a variety of literary and cultural topics. Some essays reexamine the classical works of William Shakespeare, others attempt to shed light on the life and thoughts of Emily Dickinson, and still others discuss more recent works, such as a video from MTV or Don Bluth’s All Dogs Go to Heaven. Essays are selected for publication by a student Editorial Board under the leadership of a Junior and Senior Editor, as well as a faculty advisor. As a special feature, Articulāte publishes each year’s winner of the Robert T. Wilson Award for Scholarly Writing. Funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the Five Colleges of Ohio (Next Steps in the Next Generation Library: Integrating Digital Collections into the Liberal Arts Curriculum, 2010) Acknowledgments: Joshua Finnell (Humanities Librarian); Sylvia Brown (Assistant Professor of English); Courtney Vinopal (Class of 2013); Daniel Carlson (Class of 2015)

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Biology Buzz Newsletter (Biology)

Biology Buzz Newsletter is published by Denison University Department of Biology twice a year. The fall edition features a wrap-up of the summer activities, information about new faculty and highlights the activities of current faculty. The spring edition introduces senior fellows and shares alumni activities. Contact information: biology@denison.edu.

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Campus (Library and Archives)

Campus was a rejuvenated version of Portfolio. In addition to short stories, the editors included timely features and announcements "that would prove of interest to the Denison student." Campus was published between 1946 and 1957. Acknowledgments: Joshua Finnell (Humanities Librarian); Courtney Vinopal (Class of 2013); Daniel Carlson (Class of 2015);

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Collage (Modern Languages)

Collage is an interdisciplinary magazine designed to explore the poetry of language and the visual arts. Submissions come from students, faculty, and staff members at Denison University. In the online version of the publication, we insert links for audio and video pieces.

Acknowledgments: Joshua Finnell (Humanities Librarian); Christopher Casey (First Year Studies Librarian); Judy Cochran (Professor, Modern Languages).

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Denison Journal of Religion (Religion)

Denison Journal of Religion is published annually by the Department of Religion. A goal of the journal is to have Denison students speaking to their Denison colleagues about issues of religion. All articles are written by Denison students, and we encourage students from any department to submit appropriate work to it. The content is academic discourse which promotes and encourages community dialogue, so that the journal can be a medium for intellectual reflection on religion for the entire Denison community. Appropriate topics of submission include but are not limited to the secular critique of religion, inter-religious dialogue, the interpretation of sacred texts, the interaction of religion and society, the validation of ethical discernment, and issues of race, gender, and class.

Funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the Five Colleges of Ohio (Next Steps in the Next Generation Library: Integrating Digital Collections into the Liberal Arts Curriculum, 2010).

See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

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Ephemeris (Classical Studies)

Ephemeris is published twice a year and seeks to offer an opportunity for those students interested in Classical studies to publish their work in an undergraduate forum. Ephemeris was the first intercollegiate journal of its kind and promotes the coming together of history, literature, philosophy, religion, art, and architecture in a way that is both analytical and creative. As is an objective of Classical Studies departments, Ephemeris fosters an attitude about and an appreciation for criticism and interpretation of the Classical civilizations. It is our hope that students, faculty and staff continue to be inspired by these ancient societies. Funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the Five Colleges of Ohio (Next Steps in the Next Generation Library: Integrating Digital Collections into the Liberal Arts Curriculum, 2010).

Acknowledgments: Joshua Finnell (Humanities Librarian); Rebecca Futo Kennedy (Assistant Professor of Classics)

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Episteme (Philosophy)

Episteme is a student-run journal that aims to recognize and encourage excellence in undergraduate philosophy by providing examples of some of the best work currently being done in undergraduate philosophy programs. Episteme is distinguished as being the oldest undergraduate philosophy publication of its kind. Funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the Five Colleges of Ohio (Next Steps in the Next Generation Library: Integrating Digital Collections into the Liberal Arts Curriculum, 2010).

To submit papers for inclusion, please email the paper and a cover sheet to episteme@denison.edu.

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Exile (English)

Exile is a student literary journal that provides an opportunity for future poets, fiction, and non-fiction writers to publish their creative work in an undergraduate forum. For some students, Exile represents their only chance at publication, their only chance to have an audience. For others, Exile represents the beginning of their writing career. The title of this magazine was suggested by the concluding phrase in The Rest by Ezra Pound.

Funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the Five Colleges of Ohio (Next Steps in the Next Generation Library: Integrating Digital Collections into the Liberal Arts Curriculum, 2010)

Acknowledgments: Joshua Finnell (Humanities Librarian); Peter Grandbois (Assistant Professor of English); Greggory Gassman (University of Alabama School of Library and Information Studies, Class of 2013); Meghan Callahan (Denison Class of 2014); Elizabeth Carman Bailey (Denison Class of 2012); Sarah Fiete (Denison Class of 2012); Ellen Rosebrough (Denison Class of 2013); Jonathan Halper (Denison Class of 2014); Deborah Gillum (Denison Class of 2014); Allison Scarlott (Denison Class of 2015).

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Flamingo (Library and Archives)

Flamingo was a student-run humor and literary magazine of Denison University published between 1921 and 1928. This publication provides a glimpse into campus life during the Roaring Twenties.

Cataloger's Note: The volume and issue numbers of this publication don't always correspond to the chronological publication years.

Acknowledgments: Joshua Finnell (Humanities Librarian); Courtney Vinopal (Class of 2013); Daniel Carlson (Class of 2015)

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Moyo (Library and Archives)

Mind of Your Own (Moyo) was a student-run publication of Denison University from 1991-2001. Articles ranged from political commentary, humor, interviews with musicians and actors, and campus commentary.

Cataloger's Note: Volume VI was omitted by the original editors in the sequencing of the journal.

Acknowledgments: Joshua Finnell (Humanities Librarian); Daniel Carlson (Class of 2015)

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Portfolio (Library and Archives)

Portfolio was an early literary magazine at Denison University published between 1937-1946. Not only does this journal provide insight into campus culture during World War II, readers will gain deeper insight into the era and culture of Denison by viewing the various ephemera within, such as cigarette advertisements and bus schedules.

Acknowledgments: Joshua Finnell (Humanities Librarian); Heather Lyle (University Archivist); Courtney Vinopal (Class of 2013); Daniel Carlson (Class of 2015)

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Prologue: A First-Year Writing Journal (Writing Center)

Prologue: A First-Year Writing Journal is an annual journal of academic essays created to showcase first-year writing at Denison. The journal provides many of these students with the opportunity to have their works published for the first time. The selection process begins with first-year students submitting their essays anonymously during the fall and spring semester submission periods. Next, the editorial board carefully reviews the collection of pieces submitted and selects several quality pieces for publication. Then each of Prologue’s editors review one of the selected essays, work with the writer to make revisions, and write a commentary to accompany the piece. These commentaries highlight the strengths and growth of each essay.

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The John Carroll Review (Student)

The John Carroll Review is published by John Carroll University in the fall and spring semesters. The views expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the university or its affiliates. The John Carroll Review considers poetry, fiction, nonfiction, translations, drawings, and photography for publication.

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The Journal of Economics and Politics

ISSN 1046-2309

The Journal of Economics and Politics is a scholarly journal directed to a broad audience of economists and political scientists. It is sponsored by the Ohio Association of Economists and Political Scientists (OAEPS) but is open to contributions from non-members as well as from members. It has a particular interest in the publication of articles dealing with Ohio and the region, but it is a general journal. No particular method or approach is favored over another.

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Advances in the Study of Information and Religion (Center for the Study of Information and Religion)

ISSN 2161-0177

ASIR: Advances in the Study of Information and Religion is an online, open access publication available on the Kent State University Libraries Digital Commons. It contains select papers from the annual Conference on Information and Religion, hosted by the Center for the Study of Information and Religion in the School of Library and Information Science at Kent State University.

NOTE: The Center was deactivated in 2016. Submissions are no longer being accepted for this publication.

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Excellence in Performing Arts Research (University Libraries)

ISSN 2375-2505

Excellence in Performing Arts Research is the official scholarly research journal of Kent State University’s Performing Arts Library Colloquium Series Excellence in Research Awards. This annual publication hosts selected series’ winning research presented by Kent State students at the Performing Arts Library Colloquium Series. It features both undergraduate and graduate papers.

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International Journal of First Aid Education

ISSN 2514-7153

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Mission

The International Journal of First Aid Education (IJFAE) disseminates scholarly and field based works to advance the knowledge and practices of first aid educators and curriculum designers. Works published may also assist funders, organizations, and governments to identify networks and best practices to inform policy, laws, and measurements surrounding first aid for the preparedness of individuals, communities, and populations.

This peer-reviewed bi-annual scholarly journal publishes significant evidence-based first aid education research findings, articulates unique and innovative ideas in first aid, challenges current practices and proposed changes, and disseminates information about the latest and best use of educational technologies, modalities, and outcomes measurement. The journal seeks to inspire new researchers and network professionals around the world with the common purpose of increasing helping behaviors during health emergencies for volunteer and professional rescuers.

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Kaleidoscope (Kent State University at Ashtabula)

ISSN 2472-7164

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Research for Life (Division of Research and Sponsored Programs)

Research for Life publication from the Division of Research and Sponsored Programs, running 2013- The publication highlights scholarship at Kent State University, as well as the resources, facilities and services of the campus. Specialized research highlights include: Liquid Crystal Institute, Research in Aging, Water Science and Advanced materials, as well as many other avenues of research.

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The Journal of SPORT

ISSN 2328-7624

The Journal of SPORT is a student run journal that accepts and reviews articles covering a wide variety of topics in the sport industry. For more information 'click' the About This Journal link to left.

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The Platypus (Kent State University at Ashtabula)

ISSN 2472-7121

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The Writing Center Review (Kent State University at Stark)

The Writing Center Review is an annually published journal which showcases excellence in student academic writing on the Kent State-Stark campus. It offers students the opportunity to be published and to share their academic writing with the students, faculty, and staff of the Kent-Stark community. To be considered for publication, submissions must have been completed in response to writing assignments made in classes at Stark during the previous calendar year. The journal strives to be as interdisciplinary as possible, and to include writing from many levels and in as many academic genres as possible. Submissions require a faculty member's endorsement of the work, and undergo blind review by selection committees made up of faculty members and Writing Center staff. To celebrate the release of the journal each May, the newly published student authors are invited to a reception where they are congratulated and presented with a certificate of achievement signed by the Writing Center's director, the nominating professor, and the Stark Dean. The journal is freely distributed to the Stark community, as well as posted online as part of Kent State University's Digital Commons.

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Trends in Diversity (Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion)

ISSN 2380-1239

Trends in Diversity is an open-access journal that provides a platform for intellectual dialogue and exploration of emerging and transformative issues of equity, inclusiveness and diversity in higher education. As such, Trends in Diversity seeks contributions of robust critical analyses that address the engagement and participation of traditionally marginalized populations in higher education, including but not limited to the following areas: race/ethnicity, class, gender, sexual identity and expression, and economics.

Deadline for submissions: March 6, 2017

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Luna de la cosecha (Modern Languages and Literatures)

¡Bienvenidos a Luna de la Cosecha, revista de escritura creativa de Kenyon College!

Somos una comunidad que aprecia la palabra escrita, que como la luna de la cosecha nos ilumina a todos.

 La luna ha estado asociada siempre con la belleza, la creatividad; y la cosecha, con el trabajo físico, el cultivar. Estos son valores que la presente publicación, creada por el programa de español de Kenyon College, quisiera fomentar. El propósito es ofrecer a nuestros estudiantes y cualquier persona interesada, de nuestra universidad y de cualquier parte, la oportunidad de compartir sus creaciones literarias. Abrigamos la esperanza de que se utilice no sólo para mostrar la creatividad propia, sino además para comentar de manera constructiva las obras de los demás. En definitiva, nos proponemos impulsar la participación y la integración en la comunidad literaria de lengua española, de cuyas obras y valores nos sentimos legítimamente orgullosos. La luna de la cosecha ocurre, en el hemisferio boreal, en torno al 23 de septiembre; y en el austral, al 21 de marzo. Esos serán los días en que renovaremos la revista (en septiembre, con los trabajos presentados, discutidos y aprobados por nuestro comité de lectores durante la primavera; y en marzo, con los del otoño). Si quisiera vincularse, de manera individual o institucional, a este esfuerzo y su cometido, no dude en contactarnos por esta misma vía.

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Peregrinations: Journal of Medieval Art and Architecture

ISSN 1554-8678

Introductory text for Peregrinations: Journal of Medieval Art and Architecture.

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Black & Gold

ISSN 2373-4817

Black & Gold is currently accepting submissions for the 2018 edition.The final date to submit is September 25, 2017. Please visit the Policies page for more information.

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Akron Intellectual Property Journal (Akron Law Journals)

The Akron Law Review is a student-edited journal that publishes four issues annually, including a symposium issue, an annual Tax Edition and an annual Intellectual Property Edition. The Tax Edition was previously published as the Akron Tax Journal and the Intellectual Property Edition was previously published as the Akron Intellectual Property Journal.

The Akron Law Review consistently is ranked highly in the Washington and Lee Law Review Rankings, and since 2005 has been in the top 50 of general, student-edited law reviews for "Impact Factor." Since 2006, the Akron Law Review has ranked in the top 60 in the Washington and Lee "Combined Score" ranking for general, student-edited journals.

While many Akron Law Review articles have a traditionally scholarly bent, the Law Review articles also have real-world impact. A 2012 issue of Ohio Lawyer reported that the Ohio Supreme Court has cited the Akron Law Review more times in the past decade than any other journal. See Jared Klaus, Law Reviews: An Undervalued Resource, 26 Ohio Lawyer, May/June 2012, at 28. The Law Review is proud of its commitment to publish outstanding scholarly research that is of value to our courts and practicing attorneys.

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Akron Law Review (Akron Law Journals)

ISSN 0002-371X

The Akron Law Review is the flagship journal of The University of Akron School of Law. Founded in 1967, the Akron Law Review is a student-edited journal that publishes four issues annually, including a symposium issue, an annual Tax Edition and an annual Intellectual Property Edition. The Tax Edition was previously published as the Akron Tax Journal and the Intellectual Property Edition was previously published as the Akron Intellectual Property Journal.

To order the Akron Law Review, please contact: Joe Christensen, Inc., 1540 Adams Street, Lincoln, NE 68521. 1-800-228-5030; fax 402-476-3094 or email: order.desk@christensen.com.

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Akron Tax Journal (Akron Law Journals)

ISSN 00002-371X

The Akron Law Review is a student-edited journal that publishes four issues annually, including a symposium issue, an annual Tax Edition and an annual Intellectual Property Edition. The Tax Edition was previously published as the Akron Tax Journal and the Intellectual Property Edition was previously published as the Akron Intellectual Property Journal.

The Akron Law Review consistently is ranked highly in the Washington and Lee Law Review Rankings, and since 2005 has been in the top 50 of general, student-edited law reviews for "Impact Factor." Since 2006, the Akron Law Review has ranked in the top 60 in the Washington and Lee "Combined Score" ranking for general, student-edited journals.

While many Akron Law Review articles have a traditionally scholarly bent, the Law Review articles also have real-world impact. A 2012 issue of Ohio Lawyer reported that the Ohio Supreme Court has cited the Akron Law Review more times in the past decade than any other journal. See Jared Klaus, Law Reviews: An Undervalued Resource, 26 Ohio Lawyer, May/June 2012, at 28. The Law Review is proud of its commitment to publish outstanding scholarly research that is of value to our courts and practicing attorneys.

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ConLawNOW (Center for Constitutional Law)

ISSN 2380-4688

ConLawNOW is an online legal journal published by the Center for Constitutional Law at the University of Akron School of Law. It offers a venue for legal analysis of current issues of constitutional law happening now. The short essay format provides debate and analysis of legal issues of constitutional import in the headlines including pending Supreme Court cases, and events as they happen. ConLawNOW offers a quick turn-around time for publication designed to get authors’ insights into the public discourse where they can influence the debate.

For submissions, we welcome essays from academics, practitioners, and commentators in all types of scholarship including traditional legal analysis, history, debate, commentary, book reviews, or responses. Typical length of the articles varies, from five pages for an op-ed piece to 25 pages for an analytical piece. For questions or submissions, please contact the journal editor at conlawjournal@uakron.edu or the faculty advisor Professor Tracy Thomas at thomast@uakron.edu

The journal encourages dialogue and debate about constitutional law from all perspectives. The views and opinions expressed by individual authors do not necessarily reflect the views of The University of Akron or The University of Akron School of Law.

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Proceedings from the Document Academy (University of Akron Press Managed)

ISSN 2473-215X

The Proceedings from the Document Academy publishes 1–2 issues a year as a record of the activities of the Document Academy, including peer-reviewed conference proceedings and special issues.

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Psychology from the Margins

Psychology from the Margins is a student-run, student-led, peer-reviewed journal. This journal features scholarly work addressing the history of research, practice, and advocacy in psychology, especially in areas related to social justice, social issues, and social change. Its purpose is to help fill gaps in the historical literature by providing an outlet for articles in the history of psychology highlighting stories that have been unrepresented or underrepresented by other historical narratives. The journal will accept and invite graduate and undergraduate students to submit manuscripts.

See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

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Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference (Literary Magazines)

ISSN 2326-8158

The Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference is a peer-reviewed, open-access online journal that publishes a selection of conference papers presented at the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference. Each year, conferees are encouraged to submit revised versions of their papers for consideration.

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Learning to Teach (College of Education)

Learning to Teach Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies Through Research and Practice publishes manuscripts that address curricular innovations, thoughtful discussion of current issues for practice, or essays that inform, advocate for a position or persuade. Manuscripts must address content education.Learning to Teach.

See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

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Translation: The University of Toledo Journal of Medical Sciences (College of Medicine and Life Sciences)

ISSN 2469-6706

The journal publishes original articles describing novel results from basic or clinical research, case reports, and reviews. Manuscripts will be evaluated based on the results as presented, without reviewer recommendation for additional datasets. The journal has no publication charges.

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University of Cincinnati Law Review

ISSN 0009-6881

Welcome to our website!

The University of Cincinnati Law Review's lineage dates back to 1927. The journal was the the first to be published by an Ohio law school. The Law Review is edited and published entirely by students at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. The Law Review publishes four issues per year and also sponsors symposia focusing on the current legal topics.

If you would like to submit your article for consideration in our Law Review we ask that you do so through Expresso. We will not review any articles submitted through this website.

We encourage former Law Review members to get back in touch with us and keep us posted on their careers by visiting our Alumni Page.

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Basic Communication Course Annual (Department of Communication)

ISSN 2473-4004 (online); 1546-2331 (print)

Editor

Joseph P. Mazer, Clemson University

The Basic Communication Course Annual (BCCA) was first published in 1988 after the Midwest Basic Course Directors Conference. The Annual publishes the best scholarship available on topics related to the basic communication course and is distributed nationally to scholars and educators interested in the basic communication course.

Manuscripts published in the Annual are not restricted to any particular methodology or approach. They must, however, address issues significant to the basic course (defined broadly). In 2013, the Annual began including a Basic Course Forum section for shorter essays responding to a specific question. In 2016, the University of Dayton Department of Communication acquired the journal and its archives from the initial publisher and began publishing it as an open-access journal.

The submission process is now open for Volume 30. Use the links in the left column for information or to submit a paper.

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Journal of Research, Assessment, and Practice in Higher Education (School of Education and Health Sciences)

ISSN 2470-9549

This journal, published twice each year by the Ohio College Personnel Association, launches in 2016 with the publication of the proceedings of its 2016 conference. Submissions are invited for the upcoming issue; see "About This Journal" for a description of the types of scholarly and professional work the journal will include. To submit an article for review, use the "Submit Article" button.

The vision of the Journal of Research, Assessment, and Practice in Higher Education is to publish original, rigorous, and well-respected research manuscripts, evaluations of promising best practices endeavors, and theory-grounded assessment reports of innovative initiatives. The ultimate goal is disseminating knowledge about programs and research studies that are making a difference in student affairs practice.

The journal especially encourages manuscripts that are unconventional in nature, engaging the readers in practical and methodological extensions that would transform institutions, inspire colleagues, and engage campus beyond the traditional boundaries of the student affairs profession.

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Line by Line: A Journal of Beginning Student Writing (Department of English)

Now Accepting Submissions from Fall 2017 Courses for the Spring 2018 Issue

Published each fall and spring semester, Line-by-Line: A Journal of Beginning Student Writing recognizes outstanding work created by students in the First- and Second-Year Writing Program at the University of Dayton. Submission is open to all students in ENG 100, ENG 200H, ENG 200, ASI 110, or ASI 120.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FALL 2017 ISSUE WINNERS!

  • Barbara Farrelly Award for Best Writing of the Issue ($200 award): Sabrina Jemail, "A Woman’s Place Is in Politics: The Changing Interpretations of the Women’s Suffrage Movement’s Involvement in Reconstruction"
  • Excellence in Research Paper Writing Award ($100 award): Nina Santarpia, "Dayton, Ohio Education & Industries: Getting to the Source of the Problem: How Early Childhood Education Affects the Future of Industries"
  • Excellence in Historiography Writing Award ($100 award): Mary McLoughlin, "Historiography of the Reconstruction Era KKK: Reconstructing Understandings of Racism"

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Marian Library Studies (Marian Library Publications)

ISSN 0076-4434

Marian Library Studies is a polyglot journal specializing in original research on Christ, Mary, and the Church. Past volumes have presented a variety of scriptural, systematic, and historical topics, such as the Marian contributions of St. Basil, St. Catherine of Siena, Chaucer, Erasmus, John Henry Newman, Henri de Lubac, and Hans Urs von Balthasar. Some issues have focused on a particular theme, such as the Greek homilists of the early Church or medieval Marian miracle stories.

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Marian Studies (Marian Library Publications)

ISSN 0464-9680

Marian Studies is the journal--the proceedings of the annual national meeting--of the Mariological Society of America. The Mariological Society of America (MSA) is a Catholic theological association dedicated to studying and making known the role of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the mystery of Christ and the Church and in the history of salvation. Through its annual meeting and its publication, Marian Studies, the Society seeks to promote original research in Marian doctrine and devotion.

The MSA has been headquartered at the Marian Library, and Marian Studies has been edited there since 1979.

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Walk the Talk Case Writing Competition (Center for the Integration of Faith and Work)

The Walk the Talk Case Writing Competition, a project of the Center for the Integration of Faith and Work, is a source of new conversations for the annual Walk the Talk luncheons, where students, faculty and business professionals gather, break bread and discuss challenging ethical issues together. All undergraduate students in the School of Business Administration are welcome to enter.

Prizes are $500 for first place, $250 each for second and third place. All entries judged acceptable will be archived in eCommons, UD’s institutional repository.

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Best Integrated Writing

Best Integrated Writing: The Journal of Excellence in Integrated Writing Courses at Wright State University annually showcases excellent undergraduate student writing from integrated writing courses taught across disciplines at Wright State University’s Main and Lake Campuses. Best Integrated Writing has published work from students majoring in fields such as Mechanical Engineering, Psychology, History, English, Organizational Leadership, Chemistry, and Middle Childhood Education. The journal is published both electronically and in print. While the journal focuses on undergraduate projects completed for integrated writing courses, works from all undergraduate courses at WSU are considered for publication, including: essays, posters, multimedia, and collaborative projects. WSU faculty may nominate student work for consideration.

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Electronic Journal for Inclusive Education

ISSN 1545-0473

This is a peer reviewed electronic journal which deals with research concerning inclusive education with scholarly contributions from faculty and graduate students. Acceptance rate is approximately 20%.

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Explorations – The Journal of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creativity at Wright State

The aim of the journal of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creativity at Wright State was to highlight original research being done by undergraduate students. This journal is no longer being published.

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Journal of Bioresource Management

ISSN 2309-3854

Call for Papers

Journal of Bioresource Management (JBM) publishes original research papers, scientific notes, review and general articles on all aspects of bioresources that include plants, animals, wildlife, fisheries and their management. Authors are expected to give new ideas, concepts and principles having more general application with significant future impact on the issues. Research papers and reviews on eco-friendly sustainable management of bioresources will be given priority.

The Journal of Bioresource Management is indexed in the National Library of Medicine and SHERPA/RoMEO.

© Copyrights of all the papers published in Journal of Bioresource Management are with its publisher, Bioresource Research Center (BRC) Islamabad, Pakistan. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of the publisher.

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Mad River Review

Mad River Review is a publication of Wright State University and its Department of English Language and Literature.

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