The MacEwan University Student eJournal (MUSe) publishes select works of MacEwan University students that have passed a rigorous peer-review process.
Interested in submitting your work to MUSe? Check out our Author Guidelines.
If you have any questions about the suitability of your submission, consult with your Faculty Endorser or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SUBMISSIONS WITH MULTIPLE AUTHORS OR CREATORS: When following the step-by-step submission instructions, you will be asked in step 3 to enter information about the authors or creators of the work. Since you must remove author/creator information from the submitted document to ensure blind peer review, this section of the submission form is used to add author/creator information when the work moves to the final publishing stages.
If your submission has multiple authors or creators, be sure to look at the "List of Contributors" section and select "Add Contributor." You can do this several times to add multiple contributors. They will appear on the source in the order in which they are listed in this section.
Submission Files and Formatting
An abstract (100-200 words) summarizing the work is required as part of the submission process and will be published alongside the work if accepted for publication.
Accepted file formats include:
For files larger than 128 MB: Upload to Google Drive, create a shareable link to the file, and copy and paste this link into a word document. Submit this document to provide access to the work. For assistance, email email@example.com.
*Other file types will only be accepted if your field depends upon specialized formatting or software (e.g., LaTeX, PDF).
MUSe employs a blinded peer review process. This means that reviewers do not know the identity of the author or creators whose work they review (with the exception of some creative works where names cannot be removed). Likewise, authors and creators do not know the identities of the reviewers. As much as possible , all uploaded files should be completely free of personal information. For assistance with this, please refer to Ensuring a Blind Review. There will be space for your personal information in the online submission form.
To upload creative works and a brief statement, follow these steps:
By publishing works in MUSe, authors retain copyright under a CC BY-NC license, which allows others to share these works for non-commercial purposes as long as credit is given to the work's original author(s). The MUSe Editorial Board reserves the right to make copy-editing changes to works prior to publication to ensure they conform to the publication's style and quality standards. The Editorial Board also reserves the right to archive published submissions in MacEwan University's institutional repository, RO@M.
The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.