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Rangahau Aranga: AUT Postgraduate Review, is a fully open access, peer-reviewed journal run by and for postgraduate students at AUT.
If you’re an aspiring academic, then this is an ideal publication with which to kick start your publications, gain experience in collaborative peer review and insight into publishing in a safe and supportive environment.
Rangahau Aranga welcomes a diverse range of writing and discourse from abstracts and full articles to creative work, commentary and reviews.
Recently submitted your thesis or dissertation? Give your research the exposure it deserves by turning it into a piece for AUT’s first postgraduate open access journal.
Visit Rangahau Aranga: AUT Postgraduate Review to find out more or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuwhera hosts a range of AUT based peer reviewed open access journals.
You can submit to any of these journals, however some specifically encourage submissions from post-graduate and early career researchers.
Hospitality Insights provides short, peer reviewed summaries of academic research for the hospitality industry and community. Content is free to access and aimed at, but not limited to: practitioners/managers, business owners, teachers, researchers, commentators, unions, industry and professional bodies, and community organisations
Supported by the Child and Youth Health Research Centre, this journal has an interdisciplinary focus on health, communities and the environments of the Pacific Rim - including Aotearoa New Zealand, the Pacific Islands, East and South East Asia and Australia.
SPRINZ Emerging Research Journal
(Department of Coaching, Youth and Sport Development; School of Sport and Recreation, AUT, Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand (SPRINZ) is a new open access, interdisciplinary journal aimed at academics and practitioners in sport, coaching and youth development. It integrates theory and practice in the development of sport, primarily in the youth athlete and coaching space.
Te Kaharoa is an open access and peer reviewed journal dedicated to promoting Māori and Indigenous scholars, artists, filmmakers, and creative writers. Curated by students and staff of Te Ara Poutama at Auckland University of Technology, Te Kaharoa publishes writings in Te Reo Māori and English. We welcome original content from researchers, artists, and creative writers of Indigenous communities from across the world.
Scholarly Communications Team Leader
Phone: (09) 921 9999 extn: 8519