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GRITS (Graduate Research In Technology and Sustainability) is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal highlighting quality graduate and undergraduate research in the areas of technology and sustainability.
GRITS accepts submissions on an on-going basis.
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The Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy (JCBA) is a publication of the National Center for the Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education.
JCBA is an open access, peer-reviewed, online periodical the purpose of which is to advance research and scholarly thought related to academic collective bargaining and to make relevant and pragmatic peer-reviewed research readily accessible to practitioners and to scholars in the field.
We welcome submissions from a wide community of practitioners including, but not limited to college and university faculty, graduate students, administrators, union leaders, and others with an interest in collective bargaining in the academy. Please see the Aims & Scope page for more information.
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The Councilor: A Journal of the Social Studies is the peer-reviewed journal of the Illinois Council for the Social Studies. Since 1939, The Councilor has published articles that incorporate pedagogical innovation and practice into all disciplines of the social studies. The Councilor also provides a forum for scholars to publish articles that explore the ways in which they integrate research into the classroom.
The Councilor is currently accepting papers for the special issue "Students and their experiences with History and Social Studies education." More details can be found here.
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About this Journal
The Eastern Illinois University Political Science Review is an online journal created specifically for undergraduate students of political science. The journal consists of a variety of high-quality, peer reviewed undergraduate papers. Nearly any type of political science paper from an Eastern Illinois University Political Science course at the 3000-4000 level can be submitted to the journal including: position papers, analytical critiques, research papers, book reviews, case briefs, and many more.
The journal itself emerged out of the EIU Political Science Department's commitment to the academic and professional development of its students, and it also contributes to growing interest on Eastern's campus in ways to encourage undergraduate students to become active in the research process. And it should be noted that a number of the students who have published in the EIU Political Science Review also have presented their research at conferences or university/college poster sessions.
Why Submit a Paper to the EIU Political Science Review?
Submission of a paper to the EIU Political Science Review is a rare opportunity to have undergraduate works published in an academic journal. This journal is a chance for undergraduate students to display their strong critical thinking and writing skills as well add an impressive line on a resume. Moreover, for students planning on going to graduate school or law school, a published paper can help gain the edge needed for admission to competitive programs.
How to Submit a Paper?
The process is quick and easy; simply email an electronic copy (.doc, .docx, or .pdf), and the reviewing process will be initiated. Please do your best to correct for any spelling and grammatical errors before submission, as this journal is for high-quality undergraduate works.
To submit a paper, please email an electronic copy to Kristen Gisondi, Managing Editor and Presidential Graduate Assistant, Political Science Department.
The International Journal of Zero Balancing and Transformative Touch is a peer-reviewed journal advancing any and all aspects of therapeutic touch. Our mission is to provide an open forum for the various modalities and sciences that seek to understand touch in its promotion of well-being and healing. By bridging clinical practices, education, science, and the arts we can aid in creating a strong synergistic field among researchers and practitioners alike.
About the Zero Balancing Touch Foundation (ZBTF)
The ZBTF is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to promoting the therapeutic use of skilled touch as a means of improving a person’s health and vitality. An international organization, the ZBTF’s mission is to educate health care professionals and the general public about the benefits of touch in bodywork therapies through research, conferences and through this Journal. To learn more visit https://zbtouch.org/
The International Undergraduate Journal For Service-Learning, Leadership, and Social Change (Journals)
Governors State University Open Portal to University Scholarship (OPUS) is pleased to publish the International Undergraduate Journal for Service Learning, Leadership, and Social Change (ISSN 2572-8903) beginning with Volume 6, Fall 2016. The journal ceased publication in Fall 2020 with Volume 10 Issue 1.
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The International Journal for Business Education is a refereed, open-access journal of the La Societe Internationale pour l’Enseignement Commercial--International Society of Business Education (SIEC-ISBE) organization. All articles published by IJBE are made immediately available worldwide under an open access license. Everyone has free and unlimited access to the full-text of all articles published on this site. Anyone can use the published material if proper citations of the original publication are used.
SIEC-ISBE was established in 1901. The original journal of the organization began publication in 1903 under the title International Review for the Development of Business Education. The name was shortened to The Review soon thereafter. During the 20th century the content of The Review included both refereed articles and news articles. It was the primary means of communication with the members and was delivered by the postal services twice per year.
In 2009, the Executive Committee of SIEC-ISBE determined that a dedicated refereed journal was needed, making The Review a research journal. In 2012, to represent the purpose of the journal more accurately, it was renamed the International Journal for Business Education.
Ryan A. Brown & Allison Antink-Meyer
The Journal of STEM Teacher Education, formerly the Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, publishes high quality research and theoretical articles as well as position papers concerning the education of pre-service and in-service teachers in a variety of settings. The journal is concerned with how to understand and support STEM-related knowledge and practices among Career and Technical Education (CTE) teachers, informal STEM educators (e.g. museums, libraries, maker-spaces, etc.), and formal K-20 classroom teachers. Authors are encouraged to submit manuscripts that report classroom, curricular, and conceptual innovations in teacher education that emphasize the interdisciplinary nature of STEM-related disciplines. The Journal of STEM Teacher Education is an open access, peer reviewed journal with high standards for publication. All manuscripts which report data or participation by human subjects must include appropriate oversight by Institutional Review Boards.Requirements for all submitted manuscripts include that work must be focused on (1) teacher education (no classroom studies, or student focused works), and (2) it must involve the integration of STEM domains. For example, PD for mathematics teachers learning to utilize engineering design challenges to contextualize concepts.
Spora: A Journal of Biomathematics is a refereed journal dedicated to publishing high quality manuscripts that describe mathematical and statistical techniques to solve problems in biological settings. Submitted papers may take various forms, including development of a mathematical model of a biological system, possibly including experimental work; development of a particular solution or method related to biological systems; or computational, statistical, or theoretical analysis of existing mathematical models in biology.
The North American Accounting Studies is an accounting research journal sponsored by the North American Accounting Society. It aims to provide a forum for the publication of quality accounting research.
Topics of Interest: Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Auditing and Assurance, Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination, Accounting Information Systems, Taxation, Government and Nonprofit Accounting, Accounting Education, and other areas of Accounting.
Artizein: Arts and Teaching Journal
Artizein: Arts and Teaching Journal is an international open access, blind peer-reviewed publication housed at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. The Journal seeks to enlarge and shift current professional domains within the arts and teaching, inquiry and learning with a renewed examination of what is possible through an expansive interdisciplinary lens that includes all of the creative arts.
WELCOME to Ethnobotanical Leaflets . The aim of this web journal is to facilitate publication in all areas of ethnobotany.
Ethnobotanical Leaflets has ceased publication and is no longer accepting submissions. .
ISSN 2377-8687 (Online)
The Journal of Applied Sciences and Arts (JASA) is a peer-reviewed journal for publishing use-driven research and creative outcomes. We make the distinction between basic research and applied research by following the use-driven research paradigm advanced by Donald Stokes in Pasteur's Quadrant: Basic Science and Technological Innovation: a model of research done carefully, i.e., good science, but motivated by specific practical needs, hence referred to as need-driven or use-driven. Stokes points out that this interplay of science and technology is not unique, and the history of science and technology abounds with similar stories. JASA provides a unique opportunity to feature experiences in sciences and arts as applied to important technological needs in solving complex practical societal problems in many areas of human endeavor.
Former title: Water Resources Update, until June 2004
Issues from 77 (Spring 1988) to 137 (September 2007) are available at this site.
Kaleidoscope: A Graduate Journal of Qualitative Communication Research
Kaleidoscope is a refereed, annually published print and electronic graduate student journal devoted to communication research at the intersections of philosophy, theory, and/or practical application of qualitative, interpretive, and critical/cultural communication research.
Currently published through the School of Communication Studies at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Kaleidoscope is financially supported by the SIUC Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, the SIUC College of Liberal Arts, the SIUC School of Communication Studies, and the SIUC Graduate and Professional Student Council. In the past Kaleidoscope has also been supported through a National Communication Association Presidential Initiative grant. Kaleidoscope is indexed, abstracted, and available in full-text electronic format from EBSCO Publishing.
School of Communication Studies
Communications Building – Mail Code 6605
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
1100 Lincoln Drive
Carbondale, IL 62901
The present faculty advisor for Legacy is Dr. Holly Hurlburt, who will be happy to provide more information on how to submit work for publication in the journal. Please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 618/453-7867.
We are currently not accepting submissions. The Online Journal for Workforce Education and Development welcomes original manuscripts from practitioners and researchers that will help to inform workforce educators regarding current research, promising practices, and significant issues and problems in workforce education. The Journal will provide a forum for discourse on critical issues in workforce, career, and technical education, including training and development.
Southern Illinois University Law Journal (School of Law)
Southern Illinois University Law Journal
The Open Court.
The Open Court, published between 1887 and 1936, was "devoted to the science of religion, the religion of science, and the extension of the religious parliament idea." Subjects extensively covered by articles in The Open Court include the history of philosophy, Asian religions and culture, education, and contemporary ideas of religion and philosophy. The journal also published reviews of contemporary works of theology, philosophy, science, and mathematics.
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