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The National Library of Australia's open access journal service

This service is hosted on Open Journal Systems (OJS). This is an open access journal management and publishing system that assists with every stage of the refereed publishing process, from submissions through to online publication and indexing.

The ANZTLA EJournal

The ANZTLA EJournal is the official serial publication of the Australian and New Zealand Theological Library Association. It is published twice a year to provide a means of communication between members and other people interested in theological librarianship in Australia and New Zealand. The EJournal contains lively articles, files, presentations, book reviews and reports by members and also bibliographers, theologians and other authors interested in theological librarianship. As well as giving excellent coverage of librarianship in this part of the world, it contains many articles of use and interest to an international readership. Papers delivered at the Association's annual conference are published in the ANZTLA EJournal. The EJournal supersedes the ANZTLA Newsletter, published 1987-2007 (ISSN 1030-701X).

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Australasian Journal of Ecocriticism and Cultural Ecology (AJE)

AJE (ISSN 1839-843X) is the peer-reviewed journal of the Association for the Study of Literature, Environment and Culture – Australia and New Zealand (ASLEC – ANZ). It is an affiliate of ASLE (USA) and its global partners. AJE therefore extends beyond its geographical boundaries in being part of an extensive network of journals that are of interest to ecocritics. ASLEC–ANZ members are scholars, teachers, writers, and practitioners who seek to increase their knowledge of literature, culture and the environment; who seek to promote the creation, appreciation, understanding, and teaching of the human sciences from ecological perspectives; and who seek to share their knowledge for the benefit of all interested in research, reading, writing, media, teaching, and so on, in its engagement with place, ecology and the environment.
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Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies

Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies is a fully-refereed journal of Victorian Studies published by the Australasian Victorian Studies Association.

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Australian Journal of Adoption

The Australian Journal of Adoption is an online journal providing an independent open access forum for people affected by or involved in adoption.

(ISSN 1837-1361)

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Australian Review of Applied Linguistics

(ISSN: 1833-7139) The Australian Review of Applied Linguistics (ARAL) is the journal of the Applied Linguistics Association of Australia (ALAA). The aim of the journal is to present research in a wide range of areas, but in particular research that is relevant to the particular region of the world that it covers. The journal aims to promote the development of links between language related research and its application in educational, professional, and other language related settings. Areas that are covered by the journal include first and second language teaching and learning, bilingualism and bilingual education, the use of technologies in language teaching and learning, corpus linguistics, discourse analysis, translation and interpreting, language testing, language planning, academic literacies and rhetoric.

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Australian Studies

First appearing in 1988, Australian Studies (ISSN 2042-5120), the journal of BASA, covers a wide range of disciplines (including geography, history, law, political science, economics, literature, the media, sociology, science etc). Over the first decade of its life, the journal has established itself internationally as a respected context for the publication of scholarship and comment on many aspects of the Australian scene.

The journal's particular aim is to foster innovative critical approaches, and to encourage connections between traditionally discrete areas of research. Australian Studies appears twice-yearly, publishing both themed and general issues. Themed issues are based on the interests of particular editors, or generated by the proceedings of BASA conferences. Scholarly contributions to general issues are welcomed.

Contributions to themed issues are commissioned. Australian Studies is a fully-refereed journal, enjoying the support of a distinguished international body of scholars.

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Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature

JASAL (ISSN 1833-6027) is a peer-reviewed journal, published in at least two volumes each year by the Association for the Study of Australian Literature. One of these volumes is a special conference issue; the other will be put online in installments through the year as material is prepared. JASAL welcomes essays that consider Australian literature in all its forms (fictional, critical, print, filmic, and so on) and in terms of its socio-political and cultural contexts. We encourage readers to become ASAL members and to visit the ASAL website for information about conferences and other activities. The Managing Editors of JASAL are Brigitta Olubas and Tony Simoes da Silva.

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Labour and Management in Development

Labour and Management Development (ISSN 1443-6698) is a journal publishing research on management and labour issues in nations undergoing accelerated economic development.

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National Library of Australia Staff Papers

A journal (ISSN 1836-6406) for papers published and/or presented by National Library of Australia staff at public forums on a wide range of subjects.

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Reviews in Australian Studies

Reviews in Australian Studies is a journal published by the Menzies Centre for Australian Studies, King's College London.

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