The TDL Electronic Press, a service of the Texas Digital Library (TDL), hosts peer-reviewed online journals as part of a suite of scholarly communication services available to member faculty.
Through the TDL Electronic Press, the Texas Digital Library provides the technical infrastructure for publishing academic, peer-reviewed journals online, as well as software support for the entire editorial workflow, including author submission, peer review, and copyediting.
Listed below are the academic journals hosted by the TDL.
Archive of Numerical Software
The Archive of Numerical Software aims to provide a venue to promote the design, creation, use and re-use of high level applications and high quality software packages for the implementation of numerical methods.
The CEA Forum is the online peer-reviewed journal of teaching and learning for the College English Association. It publishes praxis-oriented articles that address pedagogical theory, classroom practice, and ideas about the profession of teaching college English. The CEA Forum is published twice a year (January and August), and is indexed in the MLA International Bibliography.
Coastal Engineering Proceedings
The International Conference on Coastal Engineering (ICCE) is a biennial conference held under the auspices of the Coastal Engineering Research Council of the COPRI (Coasts, Oceans, Ports, Rivers Institute) of the American Society of Civil Engineers. The Proceedings of the ICCE are provided here, with papers covering a wide range of topics including coastal waves, nearshore currents, coastal structures, sediment transport, coastal morphology, beach nourishment, and coastal management. To access the most recent issue, click on the “Current” link above. To access previous Proceedings, click on the “Archives” link.
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Cormac McCarthy Journal
The Cormac McCarthy Journal is a peer-reviewed journal focusing on the works and influence of Cormac McCarthy. CMJ publishes articles, notes, and reviews related to Cormac McCarthy’s novels, dramas, and screenplays, the film adaptations of his work, and other appropriate scholarly materials.
CMJ is published annually in hard copy and online, and is a member of the Council of Editors of Learned Journals; the Journal is supported by the Cormac McCarthy Society (www.cormacmccarthy.com).
Curriculum History provides a forum to share research related to scholarly study of curriculum history and discussion of research inquiries into curriculum history.
A Guide to Urban Planning in Texas Communities
Sponsored by the Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association.
International Journal of Regulatory Science
The International Journal of Regulatory Science is an online, peer-reviewed publication devoted to the consideration of risk management tools, standards and practices to improve the protection and compliance of regulated products.
The International Journal of Structural Changes in Solids
We intend this open access journal to serve as a platform for synergistic interaction among academic and research institutions and engineers in industry on all aspects of structural changes in solids.
Thus the aim of this journal is to bring together researchers and engineers whose interest lie in the mechanics and applications of micro and macro structural changes that occur (or can be induced) in a wide range of solids. Such changes would relate to phenomena in metals, ceramics, polymers and biomaterials such as inelasticity, solid to solid phase transformations, buckling and similar instabilities that can be usefully exploited, growth, properties of multiconstituent materials , ageing, damage and time dependent effects.
The range of subjects include (but are not limited to) materials processing (of metals and polymers) to tailor the microstructure of a material for desirable characteristics, Modeling and development of components and devices (such as shape memory alloys and polymers) that utilize field induced structural changes to provide a smart response, especially focused towards practical guidance for scientists and engineers working in this area.
Intersections: Women and Gender Studies in Review Across Disciplines
Intersections: Women’s and Gender Studies in Review Across Disciplines is a graduate student publication committed to promoting the interdisciplinary research of women and gender. Published by graduate students at the University of Texas at Austin, Intersections seeks to create a feminist-centered space in which members of all academic disciplines can explore the depth and breadth of the study of women and gender. Intersections is building a community of coices across disciplines by: (1) Creating a space in which graduate students can participate in the process of academic publication; (2) Encouraging an environment in which academics and advocates can explore the intersections of their work, drawing connections between and among the multiple communities associated with women’s and gender studies; (3) Facilitating a conversation of powerful voices joined in dialogue about women’s and gender studies.
Journal of Digital Information
First publishing papers in 1997, the Journal of Digital Information is an electronic-only, peer-reviewed journal covering the broad topics related to digital libraries, hypertext and hypermedia systems and digital repositories, and the issues of digital information. JoDI is supported by the University of Texas Libraries and hosted by the Texas Digital Library.
Journal of Texas Women Writers
Journal of Texas Women Writers (JoTWW) is an online, peer-reviewed, biannual journal dedicated to fostering Texas women’s writing and to studying texts by Texas women writers. JoTWW publishes creative writing (nonfiction, fiction, poetry, etc.) by women writers from or currently living in Texas, scholarly articles about the lives and texts of women writers from Texas and/or women writers who have lived for significant periods in Texas, brief encyclopedic entries on cultural issues relevant to Texas women’s writing, as well as reviews of creative, critical, and biographical studies that include Texas women writers. JoTWW’s critical articles focus on well-known Texas women writers, such as Katherine Anne Porter (below), Sandra Cisneros, Mary Karr, and Gloria E. Anzaldúa, on lesser-known Texas women writers (such as Dorothy Scarborough, Jane Gilmore Rushing, and Naomi Shihab Nye), and on non-Texas women writers whose texts are set in—or are in some way related to—Texas. Issues are published in spring and fall. Submissions should be sent by email attachment to Dr. Linda Kornasky, Managing Editor: Linda.Kornasky@angelo.edu.
Journal of Virtual Worlds Research
The Journal of Virtual Worlds Research is a transdisciplinary journal that engages a wide spectrum of scholarship and welcomes contributions from the many disciplines and approaches that intersect virtual worlds research.
The Laffite Society Chronicles
This biannual journal is published by the Laffite Society since January 1995. It is dedicated to the study of brothers Jean and Pierre Laffite and their historical times.
The Laffite Study Group Newsletter
The Laffite Study Group was formed in 1975 for the purpose of uniting individuals who share an interest in Jean Laffite’s role in American history, folklore and literature.
The Laffite Study Group Newsletter was published concurrently with the Life and Times of Jean Laffite. The Newsletter was intended to be published quarterly as a medium for disseminating research and ideas about Jean Laffite, including the works of avocational, non-professional researchers. The Newsletter was envisioned as consisting of news of current events and publications, research notes, book reviews, short articles, letters and requests for information.
Library Leadership & Management
Library Leadership & Management (LL&M) is the journal of the Library Leadership and Management Association. LL&M focuses on assisting library administrators and managers at all levels as they deal with day-to-day challenges. In-depth articles address a wide variety of management issues and highlight examples of successful management methods used in libraries. Features include interviews with prominent practitioners in libraries and related fields, and columns with practical advice on managing libraries.
The Life and Times of Jean Laffite
The Laffite Study Group was formed during the latter part of 1975 to encourage and assist research concerning Jean Laffite’s role in American history, folklore, and literature. The Life and Times of Jean Laffite, the official publication of the LSG, will be published twice annually, in January and in July. LTJL is devoted to historical articles, documents, and research notes; contributions of other materials, relating to Jean Laffite fiction, legends, &c., are also most welcome.
The last issue in this series is volume XII, Number 1, Spring 1992.
National Journal of Urban Education & Practice
The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice is a peer reviewed journal. The Journal is committed to providing literature and resources that contribute to the building of urban professionals that are caring, committed, and culturally responsive. The Journal publishes conceptual, empirical, qualitative, and mixed methods articles that contribute to new knowledge and ideas in the quest for educating urban teachers and learners.
Plaza: Dialogues in Language and Literature
Politica Común is a journal of contemporary thought in a political register.
This project was launched in Spring 2011 as an online journal/digital plataform, and is a cooperative venture between the department of Hispanic Studies at Texas A&M University, 17, Instituto de Estudios Críticos in México, Università degli Studi di Salerno in Italy, the Center for Modern Thought at the University of Aberdeen, and Universidad Complutense in Madrid.
The print version of Política Común is available at www.politicacomun.org
Practical Academic Librarianship: The International Journal of the SLA Academic Division
The Public-Access Computer Systems Review
Poetess Archive Journal
The Poetess Archive Journal publishes articles relevant to eighteenth- and nineteenth-century popular poetry, especially that which has been published in the literary annuals, and to issues of digitization and the digital humanities generally as well as book history. Literary annuals were the bookish performance art of the early 19th century, profitable commercially but also designed to give access to culture, high and low, by fostering new modes of literary consumption. The screen similarly reconfigures aesthetic apprehension, in the early 21st century, and the articles in this journal explore these new modes as well.
Proceedings of the Art of Death and Dying Symposium held at the University of Houston (TX), October 25-27, 2012
Texas State Undergraduate Review
A peer-read journal for multidisciplinary undergraduate research.
Texas Water Journal
The Texas Water Journal is an online peer-reviewed journal devoted to the timely consideration of Texas water resources management and policy issues from a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates science, engineering, law, planning, and other disciplines. It also provides updates on key state legislation and policy changes by Texas administrative agencies.