Publishing at JMU

JMU Libraries provides publishing opportunities and experiences for JMU students and faculty. JMU Libraries supports a portfolio of platforms and publishing services, and seeks partnerships within JMU and beyond to broaden that portfolio in ways that advance research, creative expression, and learning. Contact a member of the Scholarly Communications department with any questions.

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Journal Publishing

JMU Libraries publishes a number of influential peer-reviewed journals that have editorial board connections to the university.

Journals include:

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Book Publishing

JMU Libraries supports the Pressbooks platform for monographs. Pressbooks is an easy-to-use tool for creating online books and interactive course materials. JMU Libraries offers the “EDU version” of Pressbooks, which includes features that support teaching and learning.

Scholarly Commons

JMU Scholarly Commons is an institutional repository for the intellectual output of JMU’s academic and research communities. Its goal is to provide wide and stable access to the exemplary work of JMU’s faculty, students and staff.

Content housed in JMU Scholarly Commons can include but is not limited to:

  • published or unpublished faculty research articles, presentations, technical reports and working papers;
  • open educational resources, instructional material and courseware;
  • conference papers and proceedings;
  • multimedia;
  • theses and dissertations;
  • data sets.