Welcome to the UiA Open Journal System
Agder Open Access Publishing is a service for open, electronic publishing at the University of Agder. The university library offers hosting and help to establish journals using the open source software Open Journal Systems. Editors are responsible for administrating and publishing their own journals.
The Library offers solutions for research groups that either wish to establish their own scientific, open access journal, or that want to turn an existing journal into Open Access. Journals supported by the service must choose an Open Access model for publishing.
The Online Guide to Open Access Journals Publishing is a guide that gives practical information about establishing and administrating an Open Access journal.
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Early Modern Culture Online
Early Modern Culture Online (EMCO) is an interdisciplinary, open-access, peer reviewed electronic journal. EMCO aims at publishing original research on Renaissance and Early Modern culture, broadly construed, through a wide variety of approaches.
We invite edited studies on thematically related research in all areas of Renaissance and Early Modern literature, art history, language, philosophy and musical research.
The themes and cultural expressions discussed, and the wider relevance of Early Modern art forms and cultural statements in contemporary society, turn the series into a valuable resource for specialists as well as for the general reader.
Journal of Comparative Social Work
JCSW publishes articles on subjects of importance for social work with a special emphasis on comparative research.
Nordic Journal of Modern Language Methodology
Nordic Open Access Journal of Modern Language Methodology is an international journal targeting teachers, scholars, teacher trainers and student teachers as its readership. It has two sections. Section A will contain peer-reviewed articles that address the theoretical and methodological debates within the field; section B seeks contributions from teachers, teacher trainers and students about hands-on experiences in the classroom. Articles may be in English, French, German, Norwegian and Spanish.
European Journal of Workplace Innovation
Workplace Innovation is described by the European Workplace Innovation Network (EUWIN) as the participatory and inclusive nature of innovations that embed workplace practices grounded in continued reflection, learning and improvements, in the way in which organisations manage their employees, organise work and deploy technologies. It builds bridges between the strategic knowledge of the leadership, the professional and tacit knowledge of frontline employees, and the design knowledge of experts.
Workplace Innovation seeks to engage all stakeholders in dialogue in which the force of the better argument prevails. Workplace Innovation manifests itself in empowering job design, self-organised team working, continuous improvement groups, high involvement practices and representative partnership structures whose concerns transcend traditional industrial relations, and the encouragement of entrepreneurial behaviour at all levels of the organisation.
Workplace Innovation is inherently social because it derives from interaction between different stakeholders both within and outside the organisation. It is directed at the simultaneous improvement of organisational performance and quality of working life.
The European Journal of Workplace Innovation is published by the Department of Working Life and Innovation at the University of Agder, Norway, within their set of online journals. The plan is to publish two issues a year. The first issue appeared in February 2015. The journal welcomes articles that collect short cases from as many countries as possible. EJWI will also be encouraging reviews of alternative perspectives on Innovation, including the recognition that Workplace Innovation incorporates diverse perspectives and debates.
Editor in Chief: Richard Ennals, University of Agder, Norway email@example.com
Managing Editor: Hans Christian Garmann Johnsen, University of Agder, Norway
Co-Editor: Oyvind Pålshaugen, Work Research Institute, Norway
ISSN Number: 2387-4570
Norsk tidsskrift for musikkforskning | Norwegian Journal of Musicology Online
Norsk tidsskrift for musikkforskning online — Norwegian Journal of Musicology Online — is an electronic, Open Access Internet publication of music research, founded in 2010 and hosted by University of Agder, Faculty of Fine Arts. The Faculty consists of Institute for Popular Music, Institute for Classical Music and Music Education and Institute for Visual Arts and Drama. Research activities at the Faculty of Fine Arts are connected to artistic performance, and the faculty’s academic staff is qualified with both artistic and academic skills. Artistic performance is the key focus area for many staff members; others have strong expertise in didactics and education. Main focus areas are popular music performance and contextual studies within the arts – Art in Context.
NTM online follows the standards of Academic level publishing set forth by the Norwegian Government and will reflect a wide variety of perspectives from many disciplines within the musicological field, encouraging interdisciplinary approaches. We accept contributions from institutions and independent scholars worldwide written in Scandinavian (Norwegian, Swedish and Danish), Anglophone (both British and American) or German languages. The author must be consistent throughout the text and follow the grammatical standards of the chosen language. We use anonymous, international peer reviewers.
Given that NTM online is an electronic publication, the author is given the technological advantage to integrate texts, sounds, videos and graphics into their scholarly presentation. We also welcome traditional text based manuscripts. If there are matters to discuss regarding the technological possibilities, please contact the Chief Editor.
We also accept submissions of shorter texts, such as discussions, reviews, conference reports and commentaries. We will at occasions also present scholarly work produced by University of Agder’s staff and Research Fellows.
We prefer submissions to be sent by e-mail. The author must follow the Author Guidelines presented at the Journal’s webside: Click here.
Chief Editor: Associate Professor Robin Rolfhamre, firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Agder, Faculty of Fine Arts