The Publication Series
What may be published in the Publication Series
This series will include monographs, articles and anthologies, including edited collections of articles based on conferences held at Agder.
Publications in the series must be on an academic level equivalent to master's degree, that is:
- The theme of the publication must be suitable for research. That is, it can be formulated research questions that are precise enouugh be investigated, and have a current scientific understanding as a starting point.
- The method and material used to illuminate the research question must be described in a way that makes it possible to test results.
- The publication should include an assessment of potential methodological weaknesses and a review of the findings / results validity, precision and accuracy when it is relevant.
- The publication must describe the field of current theories / hypotheses regarding the research question and references to science separate sources for these.
- The publication must contain an assessment / conclusion.
See the Research Committee: SAK SFU 83/08
Who may publish
University employees / engaged in full-time and part-time jobs or retirees can run in the series. Also publications written by employees / part-time employees at Agder Research can be included.
For both of these points, see the Research Committee; ITEM SFU 06/06
How to publish
The manuscript is sent first to the dean at your own faculty for approval. After prior approval, send the manuscript to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org for further follow-up of the editorial committee.
If there is any doubt about if the publication is suited for the publication series according to the given criteria, it will be useful to clarify this before the procedures for publication are initiated. Contact Universitetesbiblioteket at the aforementioned e-mail address;
the Editorial Board by Else Margrethe Bredland or Dag G. Aasland.
Or Tord Augland (email: tord.augland @ uia.no / tel 1783)
Titles in the series
The current text series have been published in print since 1995. An overview of all of these can be found here (University College Agder, to August 2007) and here (University College, as of September 2007 -)
Starting with 101/2003 published electronically in full text. Click here for overview of these.
Order of documents
Publications in the series can be purchased from the printing, e-mail: email@example.com or phone 38 14 11 30