The Dalhousie University Libraries provide digital publishing services to the University community and beyond. Our focus is making scholarly content openly available to the public. We host both peer reviewed and student journals, as well as teaching materials and book series.
The software we use is Open Journal Systems (OJS), a collaborative, open source software project maintained by the Public Knowledge Project.
To find out more about our services. Please email.
Canadian Journal of Law and Technology
Canada's leading law and technology journal. Official journal of IT.Can, the Canadian Internet Lawyers Association.
The Canadian Journal of Law and Technology (CJLT) is an established legal journal dedicated to providing coverage of legal issues relating to law and technology from both Canadian and international perspectives.
Published twice a year since 2002, CJLT is edited by Robert Currie and Steve Coughlan of Dalhousie's Law and Technology Institute, and published by Thomson Carswell. The journal features articles, comments and book reviews on law and technology issues. The Dalhousie OJS website hosts CJLT content one year after initial publication. Current online and hard copy issues of the CJLT are available by subscription from Thomson Carswell.
Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management
Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies
The Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies is a non-profit, academic journal that publishes work from current law students and recent alumni in Canada and throughout the world. It was established in 1991 as a forum that promotes reflection and debate about contemporary legal issues. As one of the only publications of its kind in Canada, the Journal serves as a unique vehicle for law students to publish their work.
The DJLS is published once per academic year and maintains a broad subscription base that includes law firms, law school libraries, corporations, government departments, alumni, and legal professionals from around the globe. The Journal is also indexed in the HeinOnline database.
An entirely student-run publication, the DJLS is managed by an editorial board, and over seventy volunteers comprising students from the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie assist in production and publication.
Dalhousie Medical Journal
The Dalhousie Medical Journal is a student-run peer-reviewed biannual publication. Much like our medical school, we feature a mix of both science and humanities.
The DMJ is currently in the process of being indexed to PubMed and Google Scholar.
The primary goal of the journal is to increase student participation in research and writing, while offering an interesting product for the Dalhousie medical community. In the past the journal has primarily published the work of Dalhousie medical students and residents. However, we encourage submissions from members of all allied health professions at any level of training.
We are also very open to considering submissions from individuals based at institutions outside of the Dalhousie community. We invite you to browse our latest issue and consider sending manuscripts or humanities pieces to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dionysius is the journal of Dalhousie University's Department of Classics and reflects the established character of its work. It publishes articles on the history of ancient philosophy and theology, including Patristic theology, and their nachleben. It has a special interest in the Aristotelian and Neoplatonic traditions.
Dionysius considers philosophy's relation, both negative and positive, to Christian belief in both ancient and modern times. As well as philosophical articles, Dionysius will publish articles on Classical and later literature and history, and on Hellenic, Christian, Jewish and Islamic religion, especially when they have a connection to philosophical questions.
Founded in 1981, Initial(e)s is a bilingual journal (English / French) offering graduate students an initial entry into the realm of publication. The articles printed in the journal undergo a selection process that is at once rigorous and didactic; students' submissions are reviewed by specialists in their respective fields.
A publication featuring non-journal content in a number of different online formats, including video, audio, text etc.
Nova Scotia Museum
Research is one of the fundamental activities of the Nova Scotia Museum. Museum publications share research about our collection and encourage related research by others to advance our understanding of the world. The Museum publishes Curatorial Reports, books reviewed by staff and reports designed to support exhibits and programs.
Proceedings of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science (NSIS)
The Proceedings of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science is a peer-reviewed online journal that will consider for publication original articles principally, but not exclusively, in the areas of natural and engineering sciences as well as papers emanating from studies in the health professions. Papers that develop new scientific theories based on scientific principles and/or analysis of data particular to Nova Scotia or the Atlantic Provinces are particularly encouraged.
The Proceedings of the NSIS are supported in part by a grant from the Department of Tourism, Culture and Heritage, Government of Nova Scotia, with the support of the Nova Scotia Museum.
This journal is indexed/abstracted in:
Biological Abstracts, BIOSIS Previews, GeoRef, Zoological Record, CAB Abstracts
Manuscripts should be submitted electronically to the Editor, Dr. Peter G. Wells Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
ψυχῆς ἐστι λόγος ἑαυτὸν αὔξων –Herakleitos
First published in 1999, Pseudo-Dionysius is run by undergraduate and graduate students at Dalhousie University and the University of King’s College. It offers the opportunity for university students at all levels to publish their work.
Verso: An Undergraduate Journal of Literary Criticism
Verso: An Undergraduate Journal of Literary Criticism publishes essays from Dalhousie University English Department's undergraduate students. It is an initiative of the Dalhousie English Society.
The YA Hotline is a bi-annual newsletter published by the School of Information Management at Dalhousie University. The newsletter contains a large amount of information and resources for both young adults and young adult librarians including book reviews, resource lists, bibliographies, feature articles, interviews and more.
The editor of the newsletter is Vivian Howard, Associate Professor and Associate Dean (Academic) at the Dalhousie School of Information Management. The articles in each newsletter are written by graduate students at Dalhousie's School of Information Management.