GW Journal of Ethics in Publishing

Volume 3, Issue 1 Published 3.29.2024

An online journal of articles, case studies, and conference presentations from scholars, students, and publishing professionals on topics including, but not limited to, diversity and inclusion, accessibility, peer review, open access, sustainability, publishing metrics, equity, and other aspects and issues of ethics in publishing. Managed by students in the MPS in Publishing program, College of Professional Studies, at George Washington University.

GW Journal of Ethics in Publishing
The GW Journal of Ethics in Publishing is published by the Masters of Professional Studies in Publishing program, within the College of Professional Studies at The George Washington University. This student-managed publication, which will be an open-access resource, free for anyone to access online, welcomes articles, case studies, and conference presentations from scholars, students, and publishing professionals on topics including, but not limited to, diversity and inclusion, accessibility, peer review, open access, sustainability, publishing metrics, equity, and other aspects and issues of ethics in publishing.
The annual GW Ethics in Publishing Conference examines ethical issues in Publishing. Previous themes have included Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility and Equitable Publishing. Organized and hosted by the Graduate Program in Publishing, College of Professional Studies, George Washington University.
A collection of monographs published in association with GW Publishing.