Herdin Plus is a health research information management system and collaboration platform for Higher Education and Research and Development Institutions to collect, organize, and disseminate research information.
The Philippine E-Journals (PEJ) is an online collection of academic publications of different higher education institutions and professional organizations. Its sophisticated database allows users to easily locate abstracts, full journal articles, and links to related research materials.
Philippine Education Research Journal (PERJ)
The Philippine Education Research Journal (PERJ) is an online, peer‐reviewed, open access journal that is the official research publication of the Private Education Assistance Committee (PEAC). Published twice a year, it serves as a platform for the dissemination of research of interest to decision makers, policy makers, and educational leaders and practitioners. Its focus is on Philippine education.
Philippine Epics Ballads Archives
Philippine epics ballads archives is created by ADMU as a searchable archive. It is organized by linguistic group and many are published in English and the original language. They include options to save the epics in PDF format and view articles written on the subject. You oly need to register to access it.
The Filipinas Heritage Library
The Filipinas Heritage Library is a special library dedicated to books and other materials authored by Filipinos or about the Philippines, with a focus on Philippine history and culture.
The Kahimyang Project
This site is owned and maintained by Primo Esteria and wife Elma. They are based in eastern Pennsylvania (US) and in Northern Samar (Philippines). The site publishes Filipino culture and ancient and recent Philippine history and write blogs about current developments in Philippine politics.
Budhi: A Journal of Ideas and Culture
Budhi is an international and peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal of philosophy that seeks to encourage creative and critical contemporary interpretations and appropriations of the history of ideas as well as theoretical constructions addressing contemporary culture and society. The journal is devoted to the practice of philosophy in its interdisciplinary engagements with art, culture, history, religion, technology, and the social sciences. It seeks to provide an arena for exchanges between mainstream traditions and work from the geopolitical margins, particularly from the local history and culture of the Philippines. Budhi therefore crosses geographical borders as well as intellectual boundaries within philosophy and within the humanities and the social sciences.
The articles in this issue will shed light on copyright related considerations in the creation of user-generated contents; challenges in protecting Innovation in the Cyberspace; and the seemingly overarching power of parody over copyright.
Daluyan: Journal ng Wikang Filipino
Ang Daluyan: Journal ng Wikang Filipino ay isang refereed journal na inaasahang mailathala dalawang beses kada taon. Ito ay monolingguwal sa Filipino at may layuning paunlarin ang pag-aaral at pananaliksik tungkol sa wika, panitikan at kulturang Filipino at pagyamanin ang diskurso sa iba't ibang disiplina gamit ang wikang Filipino.
Humanities Diliman: A Philippine Journal of Humanities
Humanities Diliman is an internationally refereed journal for the humanities which comes out semi-annually. An open-access journal, it is multilingual and both disciplinal and multi-disciplinary. Humanities Diliman (HD) promotes scholarship in the arts and humanities in the Philippines, as well as international synergies, especially with scholars on Southeast Asia.
Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies
Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies is an internationally refereed journal published twice a year. It provides a forum for critical and interdisciplinary perspectives on the Philippines and the Third World with special reference to political economy. Kasarinlan is under the Journal Incentive Program of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), receiving a Journal Incubator grant, which aims to support "promising Philippine journals towards the path to meet the minimum generally accepted standards for Scopus/WoS-indexability" (CHED Memorandum Order 53, Series of 2016). Under the previous CHED journal accreditation program from 2009 to 2015, Kasarinlan maintained a Category A-2 (very good to excellent) rating.
An open-access semi-annual peer-reviewed international electronic journal of literary, language, and cultural studies of the Department of English of the Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines.
Kritike is the official open access (OA) journal of the department of Philosophy of the University of Santo Tomas (UST), Manila Philippines. It is a Filipino peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary, and international journal of philosophy founded in 2007 by a group of UST alumni. The journal seeks to publish articles and book reviews by local and international authors across the whole range of philosophical topics, but with special emphasis on the following subjects strands : Filipino Philosophy, Oriental Though and East-West Comparative Philosophy, Continental European Philosophy, Anglo-American Philosophy.
Likhaan: The Journal of Contemporary Philippine Literature
Likhaan: The Journal of Contemporary Philippine Literature showcases the best of new and unpublished Philippine writing in English and Filipino. It is published annually by the UP Institute of Creative Writing. Likhaan is the only refereed literary journal in the country today.
Philippine Journal of Allied Health Sciences (PJAHS)
The Philippine Journal of Allied Health Sciences (PJAHS) is the Official Publication of the University of Santo Tomas – College of Rehabilitation Sciences and is published semi annually. Its mission is to produce quality allied health science clinical practice that will enhance performance, promote wellness in the prevention of diseases and improve function among healthy and physically challenged individuals.
Philippine Journal of Librarianship and Information Studies (PhJLIS)
The Journal of Philippine Librarianship (JPL) is now the Philippine Journal of Librarianship and Information Studies (PhJLIS) and can be accessed at http://phjlis.org/. Like the JPL, the PHJLIS publishes articles discussing issues, developments etc. from all fields in the area of library and information science, such as law librarianship, health and medical librarianship, information system, archival studies, children and young adult library services, management of library and information centers, history of the book, libraries and the evolution of the profession, philosophy, ethics, core competencies, legal framework and standards in information work, new and emerging technology and services, information storage and retrieval, collection management, cataloging and classification, indexing and abstracting, thesaurus construction, reference and access, reader services, and preservation and conservation of collections.
Plaridel: A Philippine Journal of Communication, Media and Society
Plaridel: A Philippine Journal of Communication, Media and Society was first published in 2004 as a national journal of communication and has been released on a regular bi-annual basis since. It has since evolved to a more inclusive regional focus and has recently begun publishing papers from other Asian countries. Papers published in Plaridel Journal include original research in different areas of media and communication studies in the Philippines and Asia. These can be qualitative or quantitative work in media effects, industry, political economy, subcultural practices, and journalism studies, among others.
The Philippine Journal of Science
The Philippine Journal of Science (Philipp J Sci or PJS) is a peer-reviewed multidisciplinary journal in English that publishes reports of original, novel, and significant research results in the natural and applied sciences, engineering and technology, mathematics, and the social sciences.