Florida Online Journals is a scholarly journals publishing program hosted by the FLVC Library Services.  Using the Open Journals System (OJS) software, we are able to:

  • Support the electronic publication process, from submission through initial publication
  • Host online copies of print or electronic journal publications
  • Provide access to locally held licensed commercial journals

For more information on the Florida OJ program, to get started with Florida OJ, or to contact FLVC, please see the scholarly journals page at the FLVC Library Services FL-OJS Libguide.

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Journals

  • Florida Undergraduate Research Journal

    Each year more students are engaging in research. Sometimes this is with their faculty; sometimes it is independent of their faculty mentor. Students, however, are often limited to publishing their work in their university student research journal. The Florida Undergraduate Research Journal (FURJ) is a publication opportunity for undergraduate students attending either a 2-year or 4-year, public or private, college or university in the state of Florida to share their work with others beyond their campus journals. FURJ accepts articles of original research from any discipline.

    Publications undergo an extensive review process with student-authors receiving constructive feedback and comments at each stage in order to foster their research and writing skills. The Executive Editor and assistants review essays upon submission and suggest revisions if necessary. Essays are then reviewed by the Student Editorial Board, and when ready, by a Faculty Reviewer who publishes in that discipline. The review process assesses the focus of the question, the content, the methodology, and the audience; followed then by a review of the content by those dedicated and committed to high-quality student research.

  • Aquila: The FGCU Student Research Journal

    Aquila: The Florida Gulf Coast University Student Research Journal is an interdisciplinary student-centered journal with the goal of introducing FGCU students to the revision and publication process by taking critical thinking and written/creative analysis from the classroom to the wider community of scholars. Students transform their research into published articles while receiving mentorship along the way, from preparing their work for submission, to incorporating reviewer comments, to final edits before publication. Published annually, Aquila publishes undergraduate and graduate research from all disciplines and areas of scholarship.

    We are happy to help you through the process of publication! For more information or for assistance on the process or how to submit, please email Dr. Eichbauer in the Office of Scholarly Innovation & Student Research at meichbauer@fgcu.edu / 239-590-1245.

    To submit your article for publication:

    1. Review your essay against the Aquila Rubric. Have you addressed all of the categories?
    2. Have your faculty mentor complete the Aquila Faculty Verification and send to meichbauer@fgcu.edu.
    3. Submit your article through the publication portal. You will need to create an account, so please use an email address that you check frequently.

    Publishing an article in Aquila completes the Undergraduate Research Badge.

  • Journal of African Politics, Policy, and Development

    Journal of African Politics, Policy, and Development is an Open Access journal publishing original research that examines the creation and outcome of public policy in terms of African economies, societies, and politics, assessing the tangible results of applied policy theory and scholarship on African nations and their citizens.

     

  • Science2Practice

    Science2Practice promotes the scholarship of teaching and learning across all disciplines in developmental, post-secondary, technical education, and industry training. It showcases innovative instructional design and assessment techniques, as well as shares evidence-based research findings across multiple disciplines.

  • Emic

    Emic is a mixed-media magazine run out of UF's Anthropology Department, founded and run by students both in and outside of the major. Emic focuses on bolstering the original and academic works of undergraduates through a digital platform, combining submissions of poetry, fiction, graphic design, critiques, fine/digital arts, prose, and everything in between.

  • The Routledge Handbook on Postsecondary Student Success

    The Routledge Handbook on Postsecondary Student Success addresses critical issues in student success, such as student engagement, mental health, academic achievement, career development, and social mobility, among others. It also offers a robust understanding of how to study and enhance student success by exploring the significance of data, analytics, and various research methods. With more than forty chapters authored by leading thinkers in higher education, this handbook is an indispensable resource for postsecondary administrators, faculty, staff, graduate students, and policymakers. It serves as a guide to fostering student success and equity in postsecondary education with practical strategies and evidence-based approaches.

  • FLOR: EWM in Italy

    Writing and photography produced each summer by students in the FSU English Department's Editing, Writing, and Media in Italy program at the FSU Study Center in Florence, Italy.

  • Yoruba Studies Review

    The Yorùbá Studies Review is a refereed biannual journal. The journal embraces all disciplines in the humanities, social sciences, and the basic/applied sciences in as much as the focus is on the Yorùbá affairs and the intersections with other communities and practices worldwide. The journal will foster and encourage interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary approaches dealing with a wide range of theoretical and applied topics including, but not limited to: cultural production, identities, religion, arts and aesthetics, history, language, knowledge system, philosophy, gender, media, popular culture, education and pedagogy, politics, business, economic issues, social policy, migration, geography and landscape, environment, health, technology, and sustainability. The journal seeks to serve as the platform for a new generation of transformative scholarship that is based on cutting-edge research, novel methodologies, and interpretations that tap into the deep wells of Yorùbá epistemology and ontology. The journal will also publish critical review essays, book reviews, and scholarly debates on topical issues. The Yorùbá Studies Review will publish research and review manuscripts in the five languages that are primarily used in the Yorùbá world—English, French, Portuguese, Spanish, and Yorùbá. Where possible, abstracts of papers will be translated into English.

  • ItaliaNoles

    ItaliaNoles is a student publication produced by students at the FSU Florence Campus each semester. The magazine features articles on Florence culture, cuisine, student life, and other special topics.

  • Selected Proceedings of the Classics Graduate Student Symposia at the University of Florida

    The Selected Proceedings of the Classics Graduate Student Symposia is an annual publication of selected proceedings. The contributions featured centralize essential discussions of the Ancient Greco-Roman world, its relationship to other ancient civilizations in the Mediterranean and beyond, and its reception. The publications present comparative discussions, critical methodologies, and interdisciplinary approaches and consider topics that push the boundaries of our field in an attempt to interpret antiquity, modernity, and their intersection.

  • Journal of Veterinary Forensic Sciences

    The Journal of Veterinary Forensic Sciences (JVFS) was incorporated by a group of internationally recognized forensic scientists to publish peer-reviewed articles in the field of veterinary forensic sciences to a global audience in an online, open-access format.

  • Journal of the Florida Mosquito Control Association

    The Florida Mosquito Control Association (former Florida Anti-Mosquito Association organized in 1922) publishes the Journal of the Florida Mosquito Control Association (JFMCA). The aims of the JFMCA is to exchange / share the research information about new findings and discovery, new tools / equipment and the modification & improvement of existing tools, and new techniques for surveillance and control of mosquitoes and other arthropods of medical and veterinary importance. The JFMCA publishes the scope of opinion, forum, reviews, original research articles, scientific notes, operational notes, and the FMCA’s annual meeting abstracts. The JFMCA publishes one volume per year. The FMCA has published 70 volumes with different titles of publications (report of annual meetings, proceedings of the FAMA, the JFAMA, and the JFMCA) since 1929 to 2023.

    The JFMCA peer review process: The Editor-In-Chief assigns the manuscripts to the Subject Editor based on the subject and content of the manuscripts. The Subject Editor invites 2-3 scientists in the specific field to conduct the peer-reviewing. If one of reviewers recommends to reject the manuscript, then the Subject Editor will invite additional 1-2 peers to review this manuscript again. The Subject Editors will make the final decision to accept or not based on the 2-3 peer reviewers' recommendations and the authors' revision. Also, the Editor-In-Chief invites the Guest Editor in the specific field of the manuscript to handle a manuscript peer reviewing based on the needs. 

  • Florida Journal of Educational Research

    The Florida Journal of Educational Research (FJER) is published by the Florida Educational Research Association (FERA). The purpose of FJER is to facilitate communication among educators, policy-makers, and researchers in the state of Florida and beyond. Although the Journal is the primary publication of FERA, manuscripts submitted by both members and nonmembers of the association will be considered for publication. FJER has been published since 1959, originally as a print journal distributed to all members of FERA. In 1996, the journal began to publish online articles and is now exclusively published online as an open-access academic journal.

     

  • Mathematical Cryptology

    Mathematical Cryptology (MC) is a forum for original research articles connecting Mathematics and Cryptology. Foundational and applied contributions relating to Mathematics and Cryptology are equally welcome. By default, all submitted manuscripts must contain an original research contribution. When submitting an extended version of a conference/workshop contribution, the additonal contribution over the prior version has to be indicated clearly. Survey articles can be considered, if they have potential to advance a particular line of research.

  • The International FLAIRS Conference Proceedings

    The Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Society (FLAIRS) was founded in 1987 to promote and advance AI within the State of Florida and beyond, with interaction between researchers from colleges, universities, and industry. The annual International FLAIRS Conference promotes Artificial Intelligence through the presentation of new research and development in AI, as papers, posters, tutorials, and workshops at the conference, and a conference proceedings.

  • The Journal of Civic Information

    The Journal of Civic Information is an open-access, interdisciplinary journal that publishes peer-reviewed research related to the field of accessibility of public information. We welcome submissions from both scholars and practitioners from all disciplines that involve managing information for public use. 

  • Journal of Postsecondary Student Success

    The Journal of Postsecondary Student Success (JPSS) is a quarterly, open-access, interdisciplinary journal that publishes peer-reviewed research, essays, practitioner reports, and editorials related to student success in higher education, and the journal is indexed in Scopus. We welcome submissions from both scholars and practitioners from all disciplines that involve student success, institutional effectiveness, and educational policy. Editorial sponsorship is provided by the Center for Postsecondary Success at Florida State University.

  • Athanor

    Athanor features student papers from the annual Art History Graduate Symposium hosted by the Department of Art History at Florida State University. Inaugurated in 1981, the Art History Graduate Symposium brings together students, professors, and members of the community to share ideas and expertise in a wide variety of art history and humanities topics.

  • Selbyana

    Selbyana is the peer-reviewed research journal of the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens. It publishes original studies that explore various aspects of tropical forest diversity with an emphasis on epiphytes and their forest canopy habitats. Volumes have been published in printed form since 1975. Starting with Volume 33 (2019), Selbyana is available only online. 

  • New Florida Journal of Anthropology

    Mission: The New Florida Journal of Anthropology is an open access, peer-reviewed, graduate student-run academic journal housed in the Anthropology Department of the University of Florida. Submissions are not limited to the UF community or its affiliates. We encourage diversity of scholarship by publishing any anthropologically focused research with no geographic or temporal restrictions.  In the spirit of inclusion, we also welcome research from related subjects including linguistics, geography, history and other related fields. Our primary goal is the dissemination of knowledge. To attain this, NFJA issues are gold open access, meaning they are digital, and completely free of charge for both authors and readers. 

    We accept submissions from established researchers who have either earned a graduate degree (MA, MS, PhD, etc) or are currently in graduate school. We accept submissions from undergraduates provided that at least one author has earned a graduate degree or is currently in graduate school. All research article submissions are subject to double-blind peer-review by experts in the field, while ethnographic film submissions undergo single-blind review.

  • Tropical Lepidoptera Research

    The scientific journal TROPICAL LEPIDOPTERA RESEARCH is published by the Association for Tropical Lepidoptera twice a year. The journal commenced publication in 1990 as Tropical Lepidoptera. Major abstracting services cover the journal, including Abstracts of Entomology (BIOSIS) and Zoological Record. While the journal still comes out in print (ISSN 1941-7659), past and current issues are also archived here, and certain supplements may only be available electronically or through a limited number of major libraries.

  • Society of Florida Archivists Journal

    The Society of Florida Archivists Journal (SFAJ) is a peer-reviewed, open access, fully online publication governed and managed completely by members of the Society of Florida Archivists. The Journal focuses on the work of archival professionals working in a variety of settings including archives, libraries, museums, special collections, historical societies, government agencies, and corporate environments.

  • SOURCE: The Magazine of the University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries

    SOURCE offers the reader an opportunity to view remarkable materials from our collections, learn about our innovative research and collaborations both in the Libraries and with other colleagues throughout the University and beyond, and explore highlights of exceptional faculty and student services provided by the Smathers Libraries. SOURCE is published by the LibraryPress@UF.

  • Journal of Art for Life

    The Journal of Art for Life (JAfL) is an international, refereed journal focused on art education, museum education, art therapy, and arts administration in authentic, real-world contexts toward the goal of social progress through the arts.  The journal is based on the instrumentalist premise that art has the power and potential to reflect and enhance the conditions of human experience. Through scholarly articles, the journal is an instrument for communicating the avenues by which the various forms of art intertwine and impact society and social justice.

    Get the latest updates from JAfL on Twitter by following @jartforlife!

  • Studies in African Linguistics

    Studies in African Linguistics is a peer-reviewed, academic journal that publishes descriptive and theoretical articles on African languages. Contributions need not adhere to one particular theoretical orientation, but should be based on empirical African language data. The journal especially welcomes papers that are based on original fieldwork, and also considers short descriptive grammatical sketches of endangered African languages

  • Journal of Assessment in Higher Education

     This Journal of Assessment in Higher Education (JAHE) is a semi-annual, open-access publication intended to present the peer-reviewed conference proceedings resulting from the annual assessment conference held each spring at the University of Florida. A second, peer-reviewed issue will focus on topics and issues raised at the conference that will benefit from further treatment and presentation of a wide variety of perspectives presented as journal articles. Other contributions that no not arise directly from the conference are also considered. JAHE does not require a fee for publication and is free to readers.

     

  • FAU Undergraduate Research Journal

    The Florida Atlantic University Undergraduate Research Journal is a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal which publishes undergraduate research articles in a single volume annually in Spring.

  • Democratic Communiqué

    Democratic Communiqué, a publication of Union for Democratic Communications, is a North American-based peer-reviewed journal dedicated to examining all forms of mediated and communicative phenomena and issues from critical materialist perspectives that foreground their historical, political, and institutional underpinnings.

  • Florida Libraries

    Call for Spring 2024 Issue Contributions

    We would hereby like to kindly invite you to contribute to our statewide journal, Florida Libraries, a journal focusing on Florida librarians and related to Florida libraries focusing on a wide variety of perspectives, including technological, social, user, and practical. Its scope covers projects and practices from information professionals in the field.

    The intended audience for Florida Libraries Journal is librarians, archivists, and other cultural heritage professionals and educators. The goal of the journal is to provide a timely forum for refereed articles, news, and field notes.

    Further contributions include invited articles, editorials, and position papers. High quality color illustrations will add to the informative value of the content.

    We would be honored to receive your contributions. Thank you for your support. If you are interested in submitting a manuscript, please submit it by TBD, 2024.

    You may submit your article via our Florida Library Association website found here:
    https://fla.memberclicks.net/article-proposal-form-florida-libraries-journal

    *Please note that you will need to create an account to submit.

    You can find our journal publishing guidelines here: https://www.flalib.org/publishing-guidelines

    You can find our peer review policies here: https://www.flalib.org/peer-review-policies

    If you have any questions please contact the Interim Editor-in-Chief, Mary Daniels at journal@flalib.org.

  • The Florida Geographer

    In collaboration with the Florida Society of Geographers and Florida Atlantic University's Department of Geosciences, The Florida Geographer is currently published online through the Florida Atlantic University Digital Library. The Florida Geographer is a statewide journal with coverage of social and physical geographical topics. Most articles are related to the state, or feature Florida figures as an important component.

  • EDIS

    The EDIS journal provides permanent academic access to current and past published versions of numbered, online Extension publications from the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS). An active collection of EDIS publications deemed current, up-to-date, and relevant to Florida audiences is maintained on a separate public site

  • Journal of Coastal Research

    Journal of Coastal Research, an International Forum for the Littoral Sciences, is dedicated to all aspects of coastal research. These include geology, biology, geomorphology (physical geography), climate, littoral oceanography, hydrography, coastal hydraulics, environmental (resource) management, engineering, and remote sensing. Although each field functions effectively within its own purview, the cross-disciplinary nature of coastal studies requires familiarity with other fields as well. Hence, the scope of topics is necessarily broad in order to address the complexity of coastal biophysical and socio-economic interactions.
  • Chemical Engineering Education

    A quarterly journal serving the needs of the community of educators in chemical engineering.
    Published in February, May, August, and November, Chemical Engineering Education (CEE) is the premier archival journal for chemical engineering educators. The journal originated in 1962.

  • IEICE Transactions on Communications

    The IEICE Transactions provide a forum where members can publicize results of their studies. All the papers published in these Transactions have been submitted by members, reviewed by reviewers, and, conditional upon recommendation by the reviewers, accepted by the Editorial Committee of the IEICE Transactions of each Society after carefully deliberation. As a result, the published papers are all of high quality. The English-language Transactions also include abstracts of the papers published in the corresponding Japanese-language Transactions.

    A theme is selected for each monthly issue. So, each issue is either a feature issue or an issue containing several papers on the same theme, besides other papers.

    Florida OJ hosts a limited number of back issues of this journal. The current issue can be found at the publisher's website.

  • International Journal of Student Scholarship in Physical Therapy

    IJSSPT provides a venue for students to become familiar with the mechanisms of scholarship dissemination at all levels - investigator, author, reviewer – ensuring ongoing contribution to the scientific basis for physical therapy

  • UF Journal of Undergraduate Research

    Welcome to the new UF Journal of Undergraduate Research. This journal is open access and published in the fall. Submissions will only be accepted between March 1-April 1 of each year.

     

  • The Journal of Public Interest Communications

    The Journal of Public Interest Communications is an open-access, interdisciplinary journal that publishes peer-reviewed research ​​and insights from practitioners in the emerging field of public interest communications.

    As an open-access, peer-reviewed journal, we create space for diverse practitioners and researchers to publish cutting-edge research from around the world on various topics related to the emerging academic field of public interest communications.

    We publish research, case studies, and commentary from communicators, scholars, and activists creating social change, discovering how behavioral, cognitive, and social science can show them how people think, make decisions and behave.

    Public interest communications is an emerging academic discipline that uses strategic communications grounded in research and science to achieve sustained and positive social change. It borrows from its sister fields of public relations, advertising, journalism, and marketing and is informed by sociology, psychology, linguistics, neuroscience, and political science. The issues to which public interest communications is applied transcend the interests of any single organization. The idea is to create lasting change by going beyond just raising awareness to motivate people to effect positive societal change.

  • Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

    The purpose of the Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society is to communicate the results of applied and technical research and teaching relevant to the needs of horticulture in the state.

  • Broward Legacy

    Broward Legacy is published online in a collaborative partnership between Florida Atlantic University Digital Library and The Broward County Historical Commission, a part of the Broward County Libraries Division. The Broward County Historical Commission is committed to preserving the local history of important people, places, and events of South Florida with special emphasis given to Broward County. This historical journal is a significant resource for discovering Florida heritage.

  • iCascade

    iCascade is a journal created by faculty and students at Florida Polytechnic University. It is published twice a year, and features STEM research and topics. The title is an acronym for specific areas of focus: Innovation, Communication, Applied Sciences, Computation, Analytics, Design, Engineering.

     

  • Holarctic Lepidoptera

    The scientific journal HOLARCTIC LEPIDOPTERA was published in print by the Association for Tropical Lepidoptera between 1994 and 2004. The past issues are archived here. While the regular publication of this series has been discontinued, occasional longer on-line papers, such as 2008 paper by Austin and Leary “Larval Hostplants of Butterflies in Nevada”, are still considered for publication.

    Editor: Dr. Andrei Sourakov (McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, FL, USA)

     

  • IEICE Transactions on Information and Systems

    The IEICE Transactions provide a forum where members can publicize results of their studies. All the papers published in these Transactions have been submitted by members, reviewed by reviewers, and, conditional upon recommendation by the reviewers, accepted by the Editorial Committee of the IEICE Transactions of each Society after carefully deliberation. As a result, the published papers are all of high quality. The English- language Transactions also include abstracts of the papers published in the corresponding Japanese-language Transactions.

    A theme is selected for each monthly issue. So, each issue is either a feature issue or an issue containing several papers on the same theme, besides other papers.

    Florida OJ hosts a limited number of back issues of this journal. The current issue can be found at the publisher's website.

  • IEICE Transactions on Electronics

    The IEICE Transactions provide a forum where members can publicize results of their studies. All the papers published in these Transactions have been submitted by members, reviewed by reviewers, and, conditional upon recommendation by the reviewers, accepted by the Editorial Committee of the IEICE Transactions of each Society after carefully deliberation. As a result, the published papers are all of high quality. The English-language Transactions also include abstracts of the papers published in the corresponding Japanese-language Transactions.

    A theme is selected for each monthly issue. So, each issue is either a feature issue or an issue containing several papers on the same theme, besides other papers.

    Florida OJ hosts a limited number of back issues of this journal. The current issue can be found at the publisher's website.

  • The Owl – Florida State University's Undergraduate Research Journal

    The Owl promotes an interdisciplinary exchange of ideas through the publication of research conducted by outstanding undergraduates at Florida State University. In doing so, The Owl showcases the heterogeneity of our emerging scholars, and establishes undergraduate research as a focus of Florida State's academic community.

     

    Submissions for the Spring 2023 issue will open soon!

  • Nematologia Mediterranea

    NEMATOLOGIA MEDITERRANEA is a nonprofit publication of the Istituto per la Protezione delle Piante (IPP) - Sect. of Bari of the C.N.R. and deals with nematological problems covering many related aspects such as:

        * Biology
        * Taxonomy
        * Ecology
        * Biochemistry
        * Chemical and Biological Control
        * Host plant resistance
        * Integrated pest management
        * Nematicide application technology
        * Crop rotation and agricultural practices
        * Nematicide application and environmental impact

    The first issue was published in June 1973 and since then it has been published regularly twice a year in June and December.

  • International Journal of Intelligence Ethics

    The International Journal of Intelligence Ethics (IJIE) is an international peer-reviewed journal devoted to normative aspects of intelligence operations. IJIE published articles focusing on the role and operations of intelligence in support of national security and the justifications for obtaining intelligence and/or what may justifiably be done to collect and produce intelligence. Registration is not required to view the articles, book reviews, and other items in IJIE.

    As of 2019, IJIE has ceased publication. Back issues are available for download.

  • IEICE Transactions on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences

    The IEICE Transactions provide a forum where members can publicize results of their studies. All the papers published in these Transactions have been submitted by members, reviewed by reviewers, and, conditional upon recommendation by the reviewers, accepted by the Editorial Committee of the IEICE Transactions of each Society after carefully deliberation. As a result, the published papers are all of high quality. The English-language Transactions also include abstracts of the papers published in the corresponding Japanese-language Transactions.

    A theme is selected for each monthly issue. So, each issue is either a feature issue or an issue containing several papers on the same theme, besides other papers.

    Florida OJ hosts a limited number of back issues of this journal. The current issue can be found at the publisher's website.

  • FAU Undergraduate Law Journal

    The Florida Atlantic University Undergraduate Law Journal (ULJ) is published annually in the Spring by the campus organization of the same name. The ULJ’s editorial process includes revision and review by both students and faculty members. The purpose of the ULJ is to provide an environment and forum for the scholarly inquiry and study of current legal subjects. The ULJ strives for diversification in its journal; the accepted articles can pertain to any legal discipline and can be submitted by an undergraduate student of any major. The most exceptional articles from undergraduate authors are published in the annual journal. In publishing the journal, the ULJ hopes to stimulate and sustain undergraduate law discussion and education at FAU.

  • Journal of Nematology

    The Journal of Nematology is the official publication of the Society of Nematologists (SON) and publishes original papers on all aspects of basic, applied, descriptive, theoretical or experimental nematology. Other categories of papers include invited reviews, abstracts of papers presented at annual meetings, and special publications as appropriate.

    The Journal of Nematology is published quarterly and subscription is included as part of SON membership. Nonmembers of SON are encouraged to publish in the Journal of Nematology.

    Information about the Journal of Nematology, including publication and article submission information, can be found at the Editorial Manager website.

    Please consult the Journal of Nematology Style Guide before submitting a manuscript.

    The journal is currently housed at: https://www.exeley.com/journal/journal_of_nematology

    And submissions can be made at: https://www.editorialmanager.com/jon/Default.aspx

     

  • Insecta Mundi

    Insecta Mundi is a journal primarily devoted to insect systematics, but articles can be published on any non-marine arthropod. Manuscripts considered for publication include, but are not limited to, descriptions of new taxa, revisions, taxonomic or nomenclatural notes, bibliographies, checklists, catalogs, reviews, and life histories. For papers describing new taxa, Insecta Mundi provides authors rapid publication so the names may be included in other publications.
  • Nematropica

    Nematropica is an international scientific journal of tropical and subtropical nematology. Contributions describing nematological research in temperate regions, however, will be considered if they are of general interest. Articles on plant-parasitic, entomophilic, and free-living nematodes are equally welcome. Also, research notes and review articles will be considered.
  • Florida Linguistics Papers

    Florida Linguistics Papers is a publication of the University of Florida Linguistics Department. It is an open-access forum for a range of scholarly publishing including but not limited to research by the faculty and students of the University of Florida Linguistics Department, conference proceedings, and occasional papers.

  • Florida Entomologist

    Florida Entomologist*, "An International Journal for the Americas," is the official journal of the Florida Entomological Society and is published quarterly. Articles published in the Florida Entomologist are open access and reflect all aspects of basic and applied entomological and acarological science of relevance to Florida agriculture, urban environments, and natural resources. Research from the southeastern U.S., the Caribbean region, and Mexico is particularly invited as these areas are important sources of invasive species in Florida.  First reports of species in new geographic regions will not be accepted.  Each Florida Entomologist article is available on this site (search below) and on BioOne.

  • HEAL: Humanism Evolving through Arts and Literature

    HEAL stands for Humanism Evolving Through Arts and Literature. Bringing together writing and art from a variety of sources, HEAL is as a platform where medical students share their growth and development, where faculty and staff impart their knowledge gained from experience, and where members of the community express how health and healing have impacted their lives. HEAL strives to bridge the growing gap between patients and their providers while hoping to produce a meaningful creative outlet to those who participate in the publication of its quarterly digital issue and annual print journal.