Welcome to Academic Journals Online (ACJOL)

Academic Journals Online is an indexing outfit that indexes academic journals from different academic institutions and associations/societies. ACJOL simply creates a great opportunity for the online visibility of research and researchers, and gives free open access to scholarly researched works. ACJOL, as an indexing outfit is open to a large pool of multi-disciplinary learning resources, hence, offers distinct benefits to students, researchers, institutions, universities, governments and businesses. It ensures the assignment of Digital Object Identifier to Journals from the International Organization for Standardization. ACJOL was founded in 2018.

Our Partners

  • Patristic Institute, Augustinianum Library, Rome, Italy
  • Augustinian Institute Library, Nigeria
  • Nnadiebube Research Institute (NRI)
  • Igwebuike Research Institute (IRI)
  • University of Nigeria, Nsukka
  • Conference of Major Superiors of Nigeria
  • Federal College of Education (Technical) Umunze
  • Imo State University
  • Tansian University Umunya
  • Nnamdi Azikiwe University
  • Association for the Promotion of African Studies
  • Villanova Polytechnic Imesi Ile
  • Association for Universal Moral Education in Nigeria
  • All Saints Seminary, Ekpoma
  • Spiritan University Nneochi
  • Association of Professional Philosophers of Nigeria
  • Saint Augustine's Major Seminary, Jos
  • Saints Peter and Paul Major Seminary, Bodija, Ibadan
  • University of Jos
  • Saint Albert the Great Major Seminary, Abeokuta, Ogun State

LATEST PUBLICATIONS

Journals

  • AQUINO | Journal of Philosophy

    AQUINO Journal of Philosophy (AJOP) is a publication of the Department of Philosophy
    University of Nigeria, Nsukka
    . The objective of the journal is to publish original articles and research findings in traditional and emerging fields of philosophy which explore not only the various thematic dimensions and traditions of the discipline, but also themes that painstakingly deal with the practical relevance of philosophy in different aspet of human endeavor.

  • AMAMIHE Journal of Applied Philosophy

    AMAMIHE: Journal of Applied Philosophy (AJAP) is published by the Department of Philosophy, Imo State University, Nigeria. AJAP is purely dedicated to the publication of original academic papers in the area of Philosophy. Results of research are presented as fresh theories, hypotheses, and analyses of new ideas or discoveries. Extensions of existing theories and review of books of this nature are also covered within the standard range of this journal.

  • IGWEBUIKE: African Journal of Arts and Humanities

    Igwebuike: An African Journal of Arts and Humanities is a journal published by the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Tansian University, Umunya. IAAJAH is purely dedicated to the publication of original academic papers in the areas of the Arts and Humanities. Results of research are presented as fresh theories, hypotheses, and analyses of new ideas or discoveries. Extensions of existing theories and review of books of this nature are also covered within the standard range of this journal. The journal has a vision to put Africa and African intellectuals on the global map. However, this does not imply that non-Africans cannot publish in it.

  • Journal of African Studies and Sustainable Development

    The Journal of African Studies and Sustainable Development (ISSN Online: 2630-7073; Print: 2630-7065) is a journal published by the Association for the Promotion of African Studies. JASSD is purely dedicated to the publication of original academic papers in the areas of the Arts and Humanities. Results of research are presented as fresh theories, hypotheses, and analyses of new ideas or discoveries. Extensions of existing theories and review of books of this nature are also covered within the standard range of this journal.

  • SAGS Series

    SAGS SERIES is a publication of the St Albert the Great Major Seminary (SAGS) Idowu-Offonran Abeokuta, Nigeria. The Series is the perspective of the Seminary on certain societal issues. The attack of coronavirus disease 2019 (covid-19) triggered the birth of this Series. A mini-conference was organized on Tuesday April 21, 2020 on how the Church can continue her formation and ministry alongside covid-19 pandemic.

  • AGORA - A Journal of Philosophical & Theological Studies

    AGORA JOURNAL is a peer-reviewed journal of St Albert the Great Major Seminary, Idowu Offonran, Abeokuta, Ogun state, Nigeria. AGORA is a forum for academics and researchers in Philosophy, Theology and other related disciplines, to present their well-researched and scholarly articles to a wider audience. Only articles that reflect the characteristic rigour of philosophy, theology and their related disciplines will be accepted for peer-review and subsequent publication.

  • Nnadiebube Journal of Education in Africa

    Nnadiebube Journal of Education in Africa (NJEA) is a peer-reviewed open journal that publishes well researched scholarly articles on general Education and other related researches within the ambient of African Philosophy of Education.  NJEA is a publication of Nnadiebube Research Institute, NRI,  (former Nnadiebube Academy of Philosophy, Social Sciences, Humanities and Educational Research-NAPSSHER), in affiliation with the School of Education, Federal College of Education (Technical), Umunze, Anambra State. NJEA is published in loving memory of Rt. Rev. Msgr. Martin Okeke Maduka who championed, in his lifetime, the cause of inculturation in Igbo-African society.  

  • Nnadiebube Journal of Philosophy

    Nnadiebube Journal of Philosophy (NJP) is a peer-reviewed biannual journal that publishes well researched scholarly articles on general Philosophy and Philosophy related researches within African Studies and the field of Humanities.  NJP is a publication of Nnadiebube Research Institute LTD/GTE (former Nnadiebube Academy of Philosophy, Social Sciences, Humanities and Educational Research,-NAPSSHER) in affiliation with the Department of Philosophy, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka-Nigeria. NJP is published in loving memory of Rt. Rev. Msgr. Martin OkekeMaduka who championed, in his lifetime, the cause of inculturation in Igbo-African society.

  • Oracle of Wisdom Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs (OWIJOPPA)

    OWIJOPPA is a publication of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Tansian University, Umunya, Anambra State, Nigeria. It was founded in 2017 by Dr. Ejikemeuwa J. O. Ndubisi. OWIJOPPA welcomes original and well-researched articles from all areas of philosophy and other related disciplines.

  • JOS JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY

    Jos Journal of Religion and Philosophy (JJRP) is a journal published by the Department of Religion and Philosophy, University of Jos. JJRP is purely dedicated to the publication of original academic papers in the areas of the Religion and Philosophy. Results of research are presented as fresh theories, hypotheses, and analyses of new ideas or discoveries. Extensions of existing theories and review of books of this nature are also covered within the standard range of this journal. The journal has a vision to put intellectuals on the global map.

  • JOS STUDIES

    JOS STUDIES is a journal published annually by St. Augustine's Major Seminary Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria with special interest on the Church in Africa. The 2020 edition of our journal explores Pope Francis’ typical and heartwarming style in a period in the world when there is a dearth of quality leadership, one that truly cares about people. The hope is that his gentle but coherent witness will inspire other leaders and would be leaders; after all people who have integrity inspire us all. The contributions in this edition largely revolve around this concern.


     

  • Tansian University Journal of Arts, Management & Social Sciences

    Tansian University Journal of Arts, Management and Social Sciences (TUJAMSS) is a multidisciplinary journal committed to the promotion of excellence in the theoretical, conceptual and empirical research. Research articles are invited from interested scholars and researchers within and outside the academic community.

  • BODIJA JOURNAL | A Philosophico-Theological Journal

    BODIJA JOURNAL is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary scholarly journal published by the Major Seminary of Saints Peter and Paul, Bodija, Ibadan. It examines various topical issues in Philosophy and Theology, especially as they relate with the African continent. It provides the platform for publication of scientific papers written for the purpose of advancing academic research. Manuscripts are judged on the topic, intellectual and scientific content, clarity of the presentation and concurrence with the identity of the institution.

  • PHILOSOPHY AND PRAXIS

    Philosophy and Praxis is a Journal of The Association of Philosophy Professionals of Nigeria (APPON), formally NPA. The journal is a forum for the publication and dissemination of well-researched and original articles, discussions and reports in philosophy and related disciplines. While no theme is a priori excluded from publication, preference is given to articles which explore the bearing of philosophical theories to socio-cultural, political, economic and historical life and problems, especially as these relate to Africans both in the continent and in Diaspora.

  • EKPOMA REVIEW

    Philosophy and Theology Journal of the Catholic Major Seminary of All Saints, Uhiele, Ekpoma. The EKPOMA REVIEW is the fruit of genuine and scholarly desire to contribute to knowledge within the spectra of philosophy and theology. It is situated within the ambience of an academic community of purpose-driven research and formation towards the preservation, sustenance and handing on of core social, religious, cultural and historical values. This journal relies on the wheels of philosophy and theology to convey succinct and apt debates and issues bordering but not limited to the humanities.

  • Multidisciplinary Journal of Education, Research and Development

    Multidisciplinary Journal of Education, Research and Development (MUJERD) is a Multidisciplinary Journal published by School of Education, Federal College of Education (Technical), Umunze, Anambra State, Nigeria. This multidisciplinary approach is necessitated by the fact that present day research is becoming interdisciplinary in nature. There is need for this approach to reinvigorate and improve teaching and learning in the field of Education. Our journal is meant to promote exchange of ideas and encourage multidisciplinary approach to issues in and around the world.

  • THE CATHOLIC VOYAGE : African Journal of Consecrated Life

    The Catholic Voyage, founded in 2004, is an academic journal, published annually by the Conference of Major Superiors of Nigeria (men and women). The journal is destined primarily for consecrated men and women, clergy and persons in religious institutes‘ Formation houses in Nigeria and, hopefully, in other parts of Africa. The readership is also the lay faithful interested in deepening their knowledge about the vocation, the life and the mission of consecrated persons. The contents of the journal, thus, should strive to educate, inform and form readers. In the message it transmits, it strives to propagate ― "the good, the true and the beautiful" (John Paul II, Ecclesia in Africa, n.124).

  • Vocational and Technical Education Journal

    Vocational and Technical Education Journal (VOTEJ) is a publication of the Faculty of Vocational and Technical Education, University Of Nigeria, Nsukka. VOTEJ is a scholarly research publication where current and emerging issues in vocational education are discussed. Manuscripts considered for publication are well articulated, useful and relevant to the field of vocational education and other related fields.

  • Tolle Lege: An Augustinian Journal of Philosophy and Theology

    TOLLE LEGE: An Augustinian Journal of Philosophy and Theology is a publication of the Augustinian Institute, Makurdi. It is purely dedicated to the publication of original academic papers in the areas of Philosophy and Theology. Results of research are presented as fresh theories, hypotheses, and analyses of new ideas or discoveries. Extensions of existing theories and review of books of this nature are also covered within the standard range of this journal. The journal has a vision to put Africa and African intellectuals on the global map. However, this does not imply that non-Africans cannot publish in it.

  • Villanova Journal of Science, Technology and Management

    VJSTM is a bi-annual Villanova Journal of Science, Technology and Management. The Journal is primarily concerned with publishing research articles, reviews, and innovations in diverse fields as Science, Engineering Technology and Management. Opinions espoused on any issue are that of the writer(s) and do not reflect the view of the Editorial Board. However, copyright on any article published here is vested in the publisher.

  • Villanova Journal of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities

    Villanova Journal of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities is a publication of Villanova Polytechnic, Osogbo. It is purely dedicated to the publication of original academic papers in the areas of social sciences and humanities. Results of research are presented as fresh theories, hypotheses, and analyses of new ideas or discoveries. Extensions of existing theories and review of books of this nature are also covered within the standard range of this journal. The journal has a vision to put Africa and African intellectuals on the global map. However, this does not imply that non-Africans cannot publish in it.

  • Aumen Journal of Moral Education in Africa

    AUMEN Journal for Moral Education in Africa, (AJMEA) is a peer-reviewed biannual journal that publishes well researched scholarly articles on general ethics and morality related researches within African Studies and the field of moral education.  AJMEA is a publication of Association for Universal Moral Education in Nigeria (AUMEN) in affiliation with Association for Moral Education (AME), a non-profit International Organization that was founded in 1976 to provide an interdisciplinary forum for professionals and practitioners interested in the moral dimensions of educational theory and practice. It supports self-reflective educational practices that value the worth and dignity of each individual as a moral agent in a pluralistic society. The Association for Universal Moral Education Nigeria, AUMEN, is a part of the global Association for Moral Education which has membership in 34 countries. AUMEN is for the formation of an integral personality through character formation and general discipline.  

  • Nnadiebube Journal of Social Sciences

    Nnadiebube Journal of Social Sciences (NJSS) is a peer-reviewed open journal that publishes well researched scholarly articles on general Social Sciences and other related researches within African Studies and the field of Humanities. NJSS is a publication of Nnadiebube Research Institute, (NRI). NJSS is published in loving memory of Rt. Rev. Msgr. Martin Okeke Maduka who championed, in his lifetime, the cause of inculturation in Igbo-African society.

  • Nnadiebube Journal of Religion, Culture and Society

    Nnadiebube Journal of Religion, Culture and Society (NJRCS) is a peer-reviewed biannual journal that publishes well researched scholarly articles on general Philosophy and Philosophy related researches within African Studies and the field of Humanities.  NJRCS is a publication of Nnadiebube Research Institute LTD/GTE (former Nnadiebube Academy of Philosophy, Social Sciences, Humanities and Educational Research,-NAPSSHER) in affiliation with the Department of Philosophy, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka-Nigeria. NJRCS is published in loving memory of Rt. Rev. Msgr. Martin Okeke Maduka who championed, in his lifetime, the cause of inculturation in Igbo-African society.