This journal hosting service is provided by the Mount Royal University Library and is available to all MRU faculty, students, staff, administrators, centres, institutes, or affiliated community members who are interested in publishing their open access journal. Thanks to our partners at the University of Alberta Libraries, MRU journals benefit from several value-added services including:
- No-fee journal hosting using the Open Journal Systems publishing platform, including system updates and maintenance
- Article-level DOIs and registration through CrossRef
- LOCKSS archival preservation through the PKP Preservation Network
- Assistance to journal managers and editors with journal set-up and management
For more information and to get started with your journal, please email Richard Hayman (email@example.com) or contact your subject librarian. Any questions about a specific journal should be sent to that journal.
The BSUJ is a peer-reviewed, open-access, undergraduate journal focused in the behavioural sciences. Our mission reflects the learning of scientific principles, research integrity, publishing process, and constructive collaboration at foundational levels.
El texto hispanoamericano/The Spanish American text publishes essays on topics of Spanish American Literature, written in Spanish by undergraduate students following courses offered by the Spanish Program at Mount Royal University.
A refereed journal of quality translations produced by undergraduate students of the Spanish program at Mount Royal University
The Mount Royal Undergraduate Education Review focuses on the academic journey of teacher candidates in Mount Royal University’s Bachelor of Education program. The journal will be published twice a year.
The Mount Royal Undergraduate Humanities Review (MRUHR) is an online, student-run, annual journal of undergraduate research in the Humanities. The MRUHR invites submissions from Mount Royal University students of essays or other kinds of intellectual work appropriate for an online journal that are relevant to the subjects taught by the Mount Royal Department of Humanities (History, Philosophy, Women’s Studies, Religious Studies, Indigenous Studies, Canadian Studies, or Art History).