• Architecture Philosophy

    Architecture Philosophy is the journal of the International Society for the Philosophy of Architecture (ISPA). First published in 2014, Architecture Philosophy engages the overlap between theoretical issues in architecture and applied philosophy.

  • Bulletin of the Oklahoma Ornithological Society

    The Oklahoma Ornithological Society is an independent, non-profit educational organization founded in 1951 and dedicated to the observation, study, and conservation of birds. The Bulletin of the Oklahoma Ornithological Society has been in publication since 1968. The OSU Library hosts a limited number of back issues for this journal.

  • Chronicle of Rural Education

    The Chronicle of Rural Education (CoRE) is committed to working together to create a rigorous and relevant peer-reviewed, open access publication. Through collaboration between researchers and authors, it is our hope this publication serves as a vessel positively impacting those striving to publish, rural educators, and their students.

  • The Collegiate Aviation Review International

    The Collegiate Aviation Review-International (CARi) is the peer reviewed journal of the University Aviation Association (UAA). The CARi welcomes the following types of manuscripts: Peer-Reviewed Articles, Peer-reviewed Practices, Position Papers, Literature Reviews, Editorials, and UAA Conference Proceedings.  The CARi review process incorporates a double-blind peer review by a panel of individuals who are active in the focus area of each manuscript.  Manuscripts that do not receive peer review undergo editorial review by the Editorial staff.  Additional information is available to authors in the journal's Editorial Policies and Submissions guidance.

  • Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology

    Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology is published by the Sociology Consortium of Oklahoma, which includes the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, University of Central Oklahoma, the University of Tulsa, and Cameron University; and sponsored by the Oklahoma Sociological Association.  The Consortium has shared the publication of this journal since its inception in 1972.  This archival collection comprises issues that were published at Oklahoma State University. Additional issues will be added as permissions are granted from each of the Consortium members.

  • International Journal of Aviation Research

    The International Journal of Aviation Research (IJAR) is the peer-reviewed journal of the Professional Aviation Board of Certification (PABC). The IJAR welcomes the following types of manuscripts: Peer-reviewed articles, peer-reviewed practices, position papers, literature reviews, and editorials. The IJAR review process incorporates a double-blind peer review by a panel of individuals who are active in the focus area of each manuscript. Manuscripts that do not receive peer-review undergo editorial review by the editorial staff. 

  • Oklahoma Native Plant Record

    The Oklahoma Native Plant Record is the Journal of the Oklahoma Native Plant Society (ONPS). The ONPS was established in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1986 through the efforts of the Wildflower Committee of the Tulsa Garden Clubs and now has statewide chapters.

  • Oklahoma Politics

    Oklahoma Politics, an annual publication of the Oklahoma Political Science Association, explores the broad context of politics affecting Oklahoma and its place in the surrounding region.  We are especially interested in submissions that bring to bear a variety of methodological, analytical, and disciplinary perspectives on state and local politics of the central-south region of the United States: Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana.

  • Oklahoma Water Resources Center

    Project reports published by the Oklahoma Water Resources Center, member of the National Institutes of Water Resources.  Visit our website at http://water.okstate.edu.
  • Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science

    The Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science contains papers on topics of interest to scientists. The goal is to publish clear communications of scientific findings and of matters of general concern for scientists in Oklahoma, and to serve as a creative outlet for other scientific contributions by scientists.

  • Publications of the Oklahoma Biological Survey

    The Publications of the Oklahoma Biological Survey (POBS) series publishes high quality, externally refereed papers published at irregular intervals throughout the year. The publication series provides an outlet for biogeographic, ecological, and systematic research that focuses on the biota of Oklahoma and adjoining regions. This archive includes a limited number of issues from POBS spanning 1929 through 2014. For more information, please visit: https://biosurvey.ou.edu/