Journals@UC is a platform for journal publishing using Open Journal Systems (OJS) software. OJS provides management tools that support and help to automate the publishing process for journals. Journals@UC can also provide long-term storage and online access to published journal content.
Online, open access journals are encouraged, but not required for participation.
If you are a member of the University of Cincinnati community and are interested in using the OJS system and our hosting service for publishing a new or established journal, contact the Journals@UC Team.
The theme of the 2018 conference is TIME. The conference focuses on the ways in which the PAST, PRESENT and FUTURE are considered and engaged in beginning design education. This is the 34th National Conference held March 1-3, 2018, hosted by the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning at the University of Cincinnati.
Mediated Minds is a research conference for undergraduate students at all University of Cincinnati campuses. It is held at the Blue Ash campus during Spring Semester. The conference features students’ research and creative work, providing them with the opportunity to participate in a professional conference. Presentation formats include oral presentations, posters, panels, roundtable discussions, and other creative or scholarly work.
The JRPCT promotes scholarly teaching and the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Issue 3, Number 2, will be available this winter; this issue will be a special invitation issue on sustaining innovation in teaching.
See the table of contents for Issue 3, Number 1. For past issues, please check the Archive.
The Journal for Research and Practice in College Teaching publishes articles focused on promoting student learning. Articles should address themes around promoting effective practices in teaching and learning.
Focus on German Studies is a scholarly journal for German language literature and German Studies, which is run and published exclusively by graduate students at the University of Cincinnati. We publish only writing submitted by other graduate students. Our format includes articles on German Studies, German literature, interviews with German-speaking authors, and book reviews of contemporary literature. For more information, see www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/german/focus/.
From 1994 through 2000, this journal was known as Focus on Literatur: a journal for German-language literature.