Creating and Hosting Student-Run Research Journals: A Case Study

Adrian K. Ho

Abstract


This case study aims to examine an academic library’s roles in facilitating the creation and hosting of open access student-run research journals. In addition to providing an online platform to host the journals, the library acquaints students with scholarly publishing, assists them in securing various resources available on campus, and offers support for content management. There are challenges and opportunities for the library as it undertakes the responsibility of hosting student journals. The article concludes with a discussion of possible topics for future research.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21083/partnership.v6i2.1516

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