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eJournals@HKBU launched by Library to facilitate open access publishing and knowledge sharing


In order to support the University's vision of teaching, research and knowledge sharing, a new open-access publishing platform was recently launched by the Library as part of the Digital Scholarship Services.


ejournals@HKBU is a free hosting service to assist faculty and research centres to publish in open-access journals. This service incorporates hosting support run on the open source Open Journal System (OJS), including training provision, design and layout services, publication workflow and user support. The Library also assists in assigning Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) to published contents, as well as Creative Commons Licensing consultation and support.

Visit the ejournals@HKBU Guide to find out how you can benefit from open-access publishing. If you’re interested in setting up a new open-access journal or transferring an existing journal to HKBU’s OJS platform, contact Rebekah Wong, Head of Digital & Multimedia Services, at to discuss your needs.



International Journal of Chinese & Comparative Philosophy of Medicine (IJCCPM)


IJCCPM was instituted to facilitate in-depth dialogue between Chinese and Western scholarship. While the West has pioneered academic research in bioethics and the philosophy of medicine, the contribution of China’s long tradition of medical humanities, as well as its rich historical resources in philosophical and ethical thought, should not be neglected.

IJCCPM is listed on the Emerging Sources of Citation Index (ESCI)


Journal of Asian Energy Studies (JAES)


JAES is an international peer-reviewed journal dedicated to interdisciplinary research on all aspects of energy studies in Asia. It is an open-access e-journal published by the Asian Energy Studies Centre (AESC) of Hong Kong Baptist University with the support of the University Library.


Asian Journal of Physical Education & Recreation (AJPER)


The editorial mission of AJPER is to stimulate academic and professional development in Physical Education, Recreation, Leisure and Sports by publishing research papers and articles concerned with different aspects of this discipline. The refereed publication also aims to provide a forum for scholarly and creative thoughts about this multi-dimensional profession in Hong Kong and Asian countries.