Postgraduate Arts journal launches on hosting service

Posted on December 9, 2013 | in Featured, Library, Library, Uncategorized | by

FORUM, University of Edinburgh Postgraduate Journal of Culture & the Arts officially launched on Friday 6th December 2013 to coincide with the publication of their seventeenth issue, Rites & Rituals.

FORUM editors (past and present) Victoria Anker, Dorothy Butchard, Laura Chapot and Lizzie Stewart worked in conjunction with Angela Laurins (Library Learning Services Manager) and Robin Taylor (Digital Library Development) to make the transition from the old journal site to the Journal Hosting Service.

This is the first time we have worked with an existing online journal to migrate (with all back issues and their existing URL) to the Journal Hosting Service.

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FORUM, which publishes bi-annually exclusively online, aims to create and foster a network for the exchange and circulation of intellectual ideas within the postgraduate community. Founded in 2005, FORUM’s interdisciplinary approach continues to welcome submissions from the global postgraduate community that challenge the boundaries of conventional disciplines.

Forum: http://www.forumjournal.org

For further information please contact: Victoria Anker and Laura Chapot on editors@forumjournal.org

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