Sino-Humanitas (人文中國學報) newly added to the eJournals@HKBU collection
Sino-Humanitas(人文中國學報), founded by faculty members of several HKBU departments, was first published in 1995. The journal aims to promote humanities research in China and enhance the international status of academic articles written in the Chinese language. It has recently migrated from offline to the online platform, Open Journal System (OJS), with the support of the ejournals@HKBU services offered by the University Library.
As part of the Digital Initiatives and Research Services, ejournals@HKBU is a free hosting service to assist faculty and research centres to publish open-access journals. Through this service, scholarly articles from Sino-Humanitas become freely accessible online and welcome a wider readership. Permanent links of Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) together with Creative Commons License are also assigned to published contents of the journal to enhance searching and sharing of the research outputs.
Visit the newly launched journal website to learn more about a variety of Chinese humanities topics: https://ejournals.lib.hkbu.edu.hk/sinohumanitas
If you’re interested in setting up a new open-access journal or transferring an existing journal to HKBU’s OJS platform, contact Katie Cheng, Officer (Open Access), at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your needs.