First Fully Open Access Journal Launches on Project Muse Platform | LJ INFOdocket 2016-01-06


"Project MUSE is pleased to announce the launch of RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences as a fully open access title on the MUSE platform. A peer-reviewed journal designed to promote cross-disciplinary collaborations on timely issues of interest to academics, policymakers, and the public at large, RSF offers thematic journal issues focusing on specific research questions or areas of interest. The initial issues now available on MUSE focus on severe deprivation in America, and a fiftieth-anniversary retrospective on the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. While MUSE currently hosts selected open access articles for its participating journals, RSF is the first fully OA title on the platform. Its release will be followed by the launch of another fully OA title later this spring, Palapala: A Journal for Hawaiian Language and Literature / ‘o Palapala: He Puke Pai no ka ʻŌlelo me ka Moʻolelo Hawaiʻi. Published by University of Hawaii Press, a MUSE content contributor for over 15 years, Palapala will feature scholarly, refereed articles on the full range of topics in the field of Hawaiian language, including new research, reviews of new work, critical review of older, standard works of reference, transcriptions and reprints of older materials, problems and guidelines in interpretation, comparative Polynesian literature, and more ..."


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01/06/2016, 15:36

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01/06/2016, 10:36