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Theology: Indigenous Perspectives: Find Journal Open Access eJournals

The purpose of this guide is to help users find printed and electronic resources related to Indigenous perspectives of Christian theology available at the Tyndale libraries and beyond. Thank you to our former Education Librarian Mark Mueller who created a

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Open Access eJournals

Open Access Journals (OAJ) are scholarly journals that are freely available on the internet for anyone to read, copy, print, download and use for research or any other lawful purpose. Scholarly open access journals are sustained and produced by the academic and scientific communities that edit and produce them. OAJs are:

  • available in the institution's digital archive or institutional repository of scholarly output 
  • written and produced by scholars that have control over the integrity of the work
  • scholarly works that should be properly acknowledged and cited just like any other scholarly work 

Click on one of the tabs in the box below to see recommended lists of eJournal collections and repositories as well as suggested open access journals for theological and indigenous studies.

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The WorldCat search engine could be used to find open access journals and articles, however, it is not always easy to limit your search strategy to open access journals and articles only. For now the following are the best search stragies:

  • Search the institution's repository website and archive of scholarly output
  • Search an online open access journals database

You can also click on one of the tabs in the box below to see recommended lists of eJournal collections and repositories as well as suggested open access journals for theological and indigenous studies.

See also:

If you would like some further information on the recommended selection criterion to use in order to find high-quality, peer-reviewed open access journals, please see one of the following links:

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Recommended open access eJournal collections & titles