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Digital Commons @ UNO
DigitalCommons@UNO is a digital showcase of the research and scholarly output of the members of the University of Nebraska Omaha community. The DigitalCommons@UNO repository is administered by UNO Libraries and serves as a digital archive for these materials. Members of UNO’s academic community are invited to contribute their scholarship to DigitalCommons@UNO. See our About page for more information.
Library Hosted OA Journals
UNO Libraries offers the ability to publish open access journals to academic departments, centers, and student groups. The library provides setup and support for the platform of the UNO institutional repository, DigitalCommons@UNO. Currently the following journals are supported:
International Dialogue (ID) is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed academic e-journal aimed at scholars, policy makers, and practitioners who seek an interactive forum for the cross-fertilization of ideas and perspectives about world affairs. International Dialogue (ID) is a space for writings in the humanities and the social sciences, especially those that engage in an interdisciplinary approach that addressees the many challenges posed to intellectual and practical life by the major political, social, and economic forces and institutions that shape the present world. ID examines these forces and institutions as they play out in the international arena, as well as how these facets of modern life have been theorized in the humanities and the social sciences. Yet it does so without catering to any one theory, perspective, or view.
Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning, and Leadership in Education
The Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning, and Leadership in Education is an online open access journal published in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska at Omaha by DigitalCommons@UNO. Manuscripts that qualify for publication in the journal will include, but not necessarily be limited to the following: • Innovative instructional ideas • Research findings • Essays on educational topics • Editorials on contemporary educational issues • Descriptions of innovative curriculum and teaching materials • Descriptions of innovations and inventions • Reviews of education-related materials, books, and websites We invite all those with an interest in advancing education to submit manuscripts that have the potential to inspire thinking, demonstrate innovative techniques, highlight innovative technologies, or otherwise improve the quality of education topics delivered to our future teachers, educators, and educational leaders. The journal will be published twice yearly and will include Proceedings from the Curriculum, Teaching, Learning, and Leadership in Education Symposium, held annually on the campus of the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Learn more about the Symposium at http://sites.google.com/site/ctllesymposium/home
The Journal of Religion and Film
The Journal of Religion & Film is a peer reviewed journal which is committed to the study of connections between the medium of film and the phenomena of religion, however those are defined. We encourage multiple approaches to the study of religion and film, including (but not limited to) the analysis of how religious traditions are portrayed in films; exploration of the religious concepts that may be found or utilized in the interpretation of films; study of how the religious ideals and background of the filmmakers may have influenced them; and analysis of how films themselves may operate “religiously” for viewers. We seek to create better understandings of both religion and film through the study of their mutual encounter and interactions.
Louise Pound: A Folklore and Literature Miscellany
This is the digital home of Louise Pound: A Folklore and Literature Miscellany, an occasional publication that showcases creative scholarly work in folklore and/or literature.
Space and Defense
Space & Defense seeks submissions that will contribute to the intellectual foundation for the integration of space into overall security studies.
Indeed, the emergence of space as a unique and critical element in national security, economic security, homeland security, cyber security, environmental security, and even human security has persuaded us that this line of inquiry is vital to innovation for international security. Contributions are welcome from academic scholars and policy analysts at think tanks and research institutes; senior management and policy officials from international and governmental agencies and departments relevant to space and security issues; senior management and policy officials from organizations responsible for critical national and international infrastructures that rely upon space; major aerospace corporations; scientists and engineers interested or involved in space and security policy issues; military officers and operators in relevant units, commands, and in staff colleges and service academies.