WikiJournal User Group

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WikiJournal User Group
Open access • Publication charge free • Public peer review • Wikipedia-integrated

WikiJournal User Group is a publishing group of open-access, free-to-publish, Wikipedia-integrated academic journals. <seo title=" Wikiversity Journal User Group, WikiJournal Free to publish, Open access, Open-access, Non-profit, online journal, Public peer review "/>

The WikiJournal User Group publishes a set of open-access, peer-reviewed academic journals with no publishing costs to authors. Its goal is to provide free, quality-assured knowledge. Secondly, it aims to bridge the Academia-Wikipedia gap by enabling expert contributions in the traditional academic publishing format to improve Wikipedia content.

WikiJournal of Medicine

WikiJournal of Medicine logo (flat white).svg Medicine and biomedicine (Flagship)

WikiJournal of Science

WikiJournal of Science logo (flat white).svg Science, mathematics, engineering and technology

WikiJournal of Humanities

WikiJournal of Humanities logo (flat white).svg Humanities, arts and social sciences

WikiJournal of PPB

Psychology, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

WikiJournal Preprints

WikiJournal Preprints logo (flat white).svg Content under peer review or still being drafted



Appropriate material is integrated into Wikipedia for added reach and exposure
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Public peer-review

At least 2 reviewers per article. All peer reviews are published and publicly accessible
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Open Access

All of our published articles are openly accessible under a free Creative Commons or similar license
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Free to publish

We are a fully non-profit journal with a volunteer board of editors, and we therefore have no publication charges of any kind

Discussion forums

Discussion of the projects is encouraged. The forum for the publishing group is here, and each journal has its own additional discussion page.

The journal group is also currently applying to be a Wikimedia Foundation Sister Project. This would give greater control over the workings and formatting of the site, as well as a dedicated domain name.