Established by INASP in 2001. Managed by Mongolian Academy of Sciences.
This website supports the online publication of Mongolian journals. For more information about MongoliaJOL and how to join the service see the About page.
Mongolia Journals OnLine (MongoliaJOL) is a service to provide access to Mongolian published research, and increase worldwide knowledge of indigenous scholarship.
What is MongoliaJOL?
MongoliaJOL is a database of journals published in Mongolia, covering the full range of academic disciplines. The objective of MongoliaJOL is to give greater visibility to the participating journals, and to the research they convey.
Journals are selected for inclusion on MongoliaJOL using the following criteria:
MongoliaJOL provides information on each participating journal, including aims and scope, contact details and general information. It also provides Tables of contents and abstracts (where available) for all articles published within these journals. Most of the full text articles are also available. All the material on MongoliaJOL is free to view, search and browse, however copyright of all content is retained by the journals or authors – each journal will need to give permission for any use or re-use of the content that falls outside Fair Use. MongoliaJOL is not a publisher: MongoliaJOL provides a service to the journals by hosting their content online, and actively promoting the website to encourage discovery of these titles and their articles. Individual journals are also using the website to publish their journals and they welcome submissions from registered users.
How journals can join MongoliaJOL
If your journal is not included on MongoliaJOL and you would like to participate, see the criteria for inclusion (in the section “What is MongoliaJOL” above), and contact MongoliaJOL directly email. If you would like to recommend new journals for inclusion in MongoliaJOL, please let us know – we are always looking for more titles.
Services for researchers
The journals are listed alphabetically, to help researchers find journals of relevance, and allow browsing of the journals. The website has a sophisticated searching tool, to help researchers locate articles of interest and relevance to their area of study. Email alerts also provide a reminder service, to alert researchers to newly-published issues from their selected titles. Each journal has its own home page, where researchers can find information about the aims and scope of the journal, and information on how to submit articles to each journal. If the journal is available in print, information about how to obtain copies is also given. Many journals publish in full text online. Others publish their full text at another website - links are provided from each article abstract page. Researchers should also take note of the Research Support Tool which accompanies the abstracts of each article. The links from the red box to the right of each Abstract screen are designed to support the reading and use of the abstracts. Tools offered include information about the authors, quick and easy links to allow identification of further articles from other websites, definition of difficult terms using online dictionaries (simply click twice on any word in the abstract), and the automatic generation of citations to the article using "Capture Cite." We encourage you to make use of these tools to enhance your research. Please remember to contact the journals directly if you have any questions for them - MongoliaJOL is not the publisher of these journals.
History of MongoliaJOL
Mongolia Journals OnLine (MongoliaJOL) was launched in March 2011. It is a project supported by INASP. In June 2016, the management of MongoliaJOL was officially moved to the Mongolian Academy of Sciences (MAS). It aims to promote the awareness and use of Mongolian-published journals in all disciplines by providing access to tables of contents (TOCs), abstracts and full text on the Internet. MongoliaJOL uses the Open Journals System created by the Public Knowledge Project based in Canada. This software is open source and allows the journal content listed on MongoliaJOL to be indexed through Open Archives Initiative search engines dedicated to research, which harvest the metadata for each journal article, making this work readily available to a global audience, and giving the journals greater visibility among the worldwide research community. MongoliaJOL is now hosted by Ubiquity Press.
Future plans for MongoliaJOL
The primary goal of MongoliaJOL is to facilitate worldwide access to the full text of Mongolian Journals - either by hosting the full text online or redirecting users seamlessly to existing websites. We envisage MongoliaJOL providing a range of online full text access models for journals, from complete open access to only subscribed access, with hybrid models of restricted access. On the current MongoliaJOL system open access to full text is already possible. It is also hoped that the journals on the service will begin to allow online submission of articles and that they will conduct the whole editorial process in this online environment.
While MongoliaJOL hosts journals, is takes no responsibility for the content on the journals made available on this site. MongoliaJOL accepts content from journals in good faith, with the understanding that the material to be placed on the website contains nothing that is libellous, illegal, or an infringement of anyone's copyright or other rights. MongoliaJOL retains the right to refuse to place any content on the website, and to remove anything that it considers to be either unsuitable or could lead to legal action. The views expressed on this website are those of the article authors, and do not necessarily represent the views of MongoliaJOL, or of INASP.
The Journals OnLine project is part of the Strengthening Research and Knowledge Systems Program (SRKS) which provides support to researchers around the world through access to information and training and support for the use of information. Other JOL projects are: Bangladesh Journals Online (BanglaJOL), Nepal Journals Online (NepJOL), Sri Lanka Journals Online (SLJOL) and Central American Journals Online (CAMJOL). INASP also developed and managed African Journals Online (AJOL) until 2005, when management was transferred to an African Non Profit Organisation of the same name – see www.ajol.info for more information. Vietnam Journals Online (VJOL) was also managed and developed by INASP until 2009 when the management was transferred to NACESTI in Vietnam.
Another INASP project is AuthorAID which is a global research community that provides networking, mentoring, resources and training for researchers in developing countries. If you would like further information about these projects, please contact us by email.