Open Access Journals at Aalborg University
With journals.aau.dk Aalborg University Library provides an Open Access publication platform for journals affliated with Aalborg University. This is an Open Journal System (OJS) website, and access to as well as support of OJS is made freely available by Aalborg University Library and the VBN team.
Journals from Aalborg University are published by scholars working at the university. All journals are Open Access and most of the journal content is peer-reviewed.
Below you can view the full range of Open Access Journals from Aalborg University.
For further information about this publishing system, or if you wish to begin publishing, please contact Anna Stegger Gemzøe.
Academic Quarter is a peer reviewed, online journal with humanistic research. The aim of the journal is to meet the demand for critical publication of topics from the humanistic and cultural-scientific research tradition from the Danish universities.
Globe: A Journal of Language, Culture and Communication, or Globe for short, is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal which seeks to publish original quality research articles in language, linguistics, and communication studies. Globe is an open source journal providing free access to its contents; also Globe does not impose any form of fee or charge on authors who publish in it.
Danish Journal of Transportation Research – Dansk Tidsskrift for Transportforskning is a peer-reviewed, online, academic research journal aiming to publish most recent researches in the field of Transportation and related areas such as Mobility, Traffic safety, Freight & Logistics and more. DJTR is the only academically based journal for transportation research in the Scandinavian region. The language of the journal is Scandinavian or English.
The IJIS is an independent student-driven and faculty-refereed academic journal based at Aalborg University, Denmark. It was established in 2002 on the initiative of the Study Board of Master Programmes in Development & International Relations (DIR) and European Studies (ES). Presently, the journal is supported by the Study Board for International Affairs under the Department of Politics and Society.
The Journal of Behavioural Economics and Social Systems (BESS®) aims to leverage insights from behavioural economics to help solve the most pressing challenges facing the world today. BESS® explores the theory underpinning the practice of the 'Second Track' with a view to broaden recognition of the methodology and encourage its wider
The IJSEPM is an international interdisciplinary journal in Sustainable Energy Planning and Management combining engineering and social science within Energy System Analysis, Feasibility Studies and Public Regulation.
The journal focuses on:
- Energy System analysis of the transition to sustainable energy systems. This includes specific scenarios, models and analyses at local, regional, country and global level as well as studies of theories, methodologies, and software tools used in such transition analyses.
- Economics, Socio economics and Feasibility studies including theories and methodologies of institutional economics as well as specific feasibility studies and analyses of the transition to sustainable energy systems.
- Public Regulation including theories and methodologies as well as specific analyses and proposals in the light of the implementation and transition into sustainable energy systems.
IJSEPM is approved by the Finish bibliometric Publication Forum, the Norwegian bibliometric Kanalregister as well as the former Danish BFI.
The Journal of Problem Based Learning in Higher Education (JPBLHE) represents state of the art research in the theory and practice of PBL in higher education and actively seeks to promote transformative and progressive university pedagogy.
The Journal of Business Models is an open source, peer reviewed, international journal devoted to establishing the discipline of business models as a separately recognised core discipline in academia - as is already the case in practice.
Submission site for the Journal of Visualization and Interaction.
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Publisher: Aalborg University Press, Kroghstræde 3, 9220 Aalborg Ø.
The Journal of Somaesthetics is a peer-reviewed, online, academic research journal devoted to research that advances the interdisciplinary field of somaesthetics, understood as the critical study and meliorative cultivation of the experience and performance of the living body (or soma) as a site of sensory appreciation (aesthesis) and creative self-stylization
The Journal of Somaesthetics figures in the Danish BFI (Bibliometric Research Indicator) list as a level one journal. The Journal of Somaesthetics is Elsevier Scopus indexed.
The Journal of Somaesthetics is funded by:
Metode & Forskningsdesign bringer artikler om metodevalg og konsekvenser, metodologiske refleksioner, idéer til nye veje for dataindsamling og præsentation med mere. Hvorfor? Fordi metoden afspejles i den viden, der skabes og må gøres synlig i enhver form for vidensproduktion. Derfor! Vi skal træffe metodiske valg på et kvalificeret grundlag for at øge forskningens værd
Since 1998, the biennial Networked Learning Conference has provided an opportunity to participate in a forum for the critical examination and analysis of research in networked learning – particularly in higher education and lifelong learning.
Networked learning has become a broader area of inquiry over the years, bringing together research in education and organisations spanning formal, informal, and technology-enhanced learning settings.
The conference is particularly concerned with:
- critical perspectives
- pedagogical values
- practice-based research
- designs for learning
The focus of the conference is research and practice that address relational and interactional aspects of learning and development with an emphasis on dialogical learning, collaborative and cooperative learning and learning in social networks.
Networked learning as pedagogy of hope - a research-based conference on sustainable digital futures Hosted by University of Malta, Valletta, Malta
Since 1998 the biennial Networked Learning Conference has been an opportunity to participate in a forum for the critical examination and analysis of research in networked learning – particularly in higher education and lifelong learning.
Networked learning has become a broader area of inquiry over the years, bringing together research in education and organisations spanning formal, informal, and technology-enhanced learning settings. It is a conference that is particularly concerned with critical perspectives, theory, pedagogical values, analysis, practice-based research, and designs for learning.
The focus of the conference is research and practice that address relational aspects of learning; interplay between human beings; development with an emphasis on dialogical learning, collaborative and cooperative learning; and learning in social networks. Within the field of Networked Learning, we invite paper presentations, workshops, and round table discussions.
The Journal is one of the only academically based journals in the region that regularly publishes commercial law articles in English. The Journal is double blind peer-reviewed and publishes high quality, original contributions to the field of commercial law. Articles need to have either direct or indirect relevance to one or more of the Nordic countries, e.g. by adressing international issues of relevance to the region or by adressing particular domestic or regional legal issues.
Nordic Journal of Media Management aims to publish most recent researches in the field of media management and related areas such as media business models, media entrepreneurship, media policy, social media and advertising.
Articles in this journal are the proceedings from the annual conference at Aalborg University - Trafikdage. This conference covers the wide range of topics within the field of transportation adn traffic, such as traffic safety, transport politics, sustainable transport, logistics, public transport and many others. Conferenece welcomes participants from all Nordic countries, researchers as well as practitioners.
QuiViRR: Qualitative Video Research Reports (pronounced 'quiver') is a hybrid academic journal that supports both blind peer review and non-peer reviewed content. Its broad thematic focus is qualitative research methods in the humanities and social sciences that are centrally and substantively video-based.
The main areas that the journal covers include:
- Using audio-visual technology for research purposes;
- Conducting and transforming video-based qualitative research;
- Supporting video-based qualitative research methods with software and hardware solutions;
- Documenting and investigating sociotechnical practices of research with video and audio;
- Appropriating and developing new technologies to extend video-based qualitative research in new directions, e.g. immersive XR, spatial audio or drone video;
- Critically documenting and reflecting on the practices and workflow of video methods, from data collection to dissemination of results;
- Exploring interventions in social, political and cultural contexts in and through video-based qualitative research.
RefleXen er et online-tidsskrift med bidrag fra studerende på uddannelser ved Institut for Læring og Filosofi.
RefleXen præsenterer nogle af de problemstillinger, som de studerende er optaget af og arbejder med i deres studie. Artiklerne kan derfor enten være skrevet med henblik på at give en mere generel redegørelse for et projektarbejdes samlede resultater, eller der kan være tale om en mere detaljeret gennemgang af et delaspekt af et projekt. Det kan også være et spørgsmål om, at man har fundet en afledt problemstilling så interessant, at den måtte undersøges nærmere. Artiklerne er således udtryk for, hvad de studerende har fundet relevant og interessant at formidle til en bredere målgruppe.
Arbejdet med publicering af artikler i RefleXen skal give studerende øvelse i at formidle faglige problemstillinger til andre målgrupper end de vanlige aktører i en uddannelsessammenhæng, samt at kunne gøre det via internettet. Derudover ligger der også et ønske om at bidrage til videndeling ud over uddannelsens rammer, således at de studerendes arbejde kan inspirere relevante målgrupper, og ad den vej føre til fornyet refleksion over egen praksis, eller generelt vække nysgerrighed inden for området.
RefleXen udkommer 1-2 gange årligt – god læselyst!
MIPO udgiver artikler, essays, rapporter, anmeldelser og andet materiale, der belyser forskning og klinisk arbejde inden for alle psykiatriens områder i de nordiske lande. Alle artikel er gennem peer review
Hovedformålet med tidsskriftet er at være et væsentligt dansk forum for diskussion af coachingpsykologisk praksis og forskning indenfor felter som f.eks. life-coaching, executive coaching, organisatorisk coaching, sports coaching, integrativ coaching og en lang række paradigmer som f.eks. psykodynamisk coaching, kognitiv coaching, humanistisk coaching, systemisk coaching, narrativ coaching, positiv coaching osv.
Papers in Local and Regional Development publishes work dealing with problems, potentials and strategies of development in regions and localities under pressure from global and national trends.
Tidsskriftet udkommer to gange årligt og formålet er formidling af videnskabelig og faglig viden indenfor landinspektørens fagfelt til landinspektørforeningens medlemmer og andre interesserede.
JCIR provides a forum for exploring how external factors helped shape China’s internal transformations and how China’s inner transformation contributed to reshaping the world.
Tidsskriftet udspringer af konferencen Trafikdage på Aalborg Universitet., hvor forfattere blev tilbudt at indsende artikler publiceret i “Artikler fra Trafikdage på Aalborg Universitet” (Proceedings from the Annual Transport Conference at Aalborg University) til fagfællebedømmelse.
Tidskriftet er erstattet med Danish Journal of Transportation Research
La revista electrónica Sociedad y Discurso fue fundada en 2002 en la Universidad de Aalborg, Dinamarca, como una publicación académica por el colectivo de profesores de Español, en el marco institucional del actual Departamento de Cultura y Estudios Globales.