• Journal of Emerging and Exponential Technologies

    The Journal of Emerging and Exponential Technologies focuses on the advancement of technology of the future including, but not limited to AI, blockchain,  virtual, augmented, and mixed reality. The Journal of Emerging and Exponential Technologies studies the nature of novel technology and expands the uses of these existing technologies through innovative research.

  • Advanced Authentic Research Colombia

    This journal will give the opportunity to students from all around Colombia, to show their different findings and ideas in order to convey the various aspects of their lifes and thoughts. Trough our journal we want to enable people to express their cultures, their ideals and their thoughts simply by sharing what is innovative for our society. Also we will allow readers to get to know the diversity and potential of students in Colombia, and the capability that this country has to compete, and be as good as, or even better than the most brilliant minds around the world.

  • 42 Product Pedagogy and Design

    Product Pedagogy and  Design is a social impact peer reviewed scholarly journal designed to highlight innovative concepts, products and processes for a diverse tech community. Founded on June 30th, 2018 on Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz 372nd birthday. Leibniz refined the binary number system, which is the foundation of virtually all digital computers and this peer to peer journal is designed to enhance our knowledge of programming language and machine language. Computing pedagogy will focus on research based instructional strategies for facilitating computer science education and exists to close existing opportunity gaps in scholarly peer review on computing and pedagogy. This pioneering journal will highlight emerging pedagogies on software developments and learnings from innovative and inclusive programs that focus on making tech work for everyone. PPD creates an empowering context in STEM and computing pedagogy and is inspired by the 42 Silicon Valley  in Oakland and Stanford University International Institutes to level the playing field globally. Product Pedagogy and Design is an Open Journal System with a key focus to increase access to tech and STEM education for all by providing facilitators and instructors of computer programming with the necessary tools while amplifying the voice of a diverse and global student body.

  • Design Thinking Journal

    DTJ is an international peer reviewed journal on Design Thinking and Design Doing. This open source journal is a publication platform that advances human potential through radical design. Its goal is to provide a platform for thinkers, designers, hackers or anyone who applies design thinking to their researches and products. With its base at the d.school at Stanford, DTJ reviews multi-media next generation manuscripts that advance design practice and impact society at scale through radical, collaborative, and innovative design and product.

  • Design Thinking Applied Mathematics

    Design Thinking Applied Mathematics (DTAM) is a peer reviewed publication journal. The journals are designed to break ground by offering recognition to exceptional work from undergraduate and high school thinkers as well as graduate school research. DTAM aims to spread understanding and application of novel applied mathematics in the real world. DTAM focuses on the range of computational mathematics and its applications. Each journal is carefully reviewed by a group of qualified mathematicians to ensure that everything published is both mathematically sound and innovative. In addition, DTAM is designed with an accessible, interesting format, to attract a wide audience.

  • Journal of Environmental Science and Sustainable Design

    The Journal of Environmental Science and Sustainable Design aims to act as a platform for projects with the potential to positively impact the Earth's environment. The journal is open to submissions from anywhere but only a select few will the published. Those that are published will enter an extensive review process which will involve peers as well as professionals and pillars of the field. The journal exists in collaboration with the Stanford Design Institution and is based at Woodside Priory Highschool. We believe that great design thinking can originate from all levels of education, our journal is reflective of that belief. Anyone should experience the opportunity to design methods of to contribute to the integrity of the environment, not just those deemed "experts."

  • Moonshots Journal

    This original middle school journal, Moonshot, is a scholarly platform that showcases middleschool work product globally. The journal is focused on the middle school community in all continents with it’s home base at Woodside Priory Lower School. This journal will give middle schoolers a chance to show off their work. We will empower middle school students globally to engage in peer review to showcase their original work across all disciplines. 

  • Drones for Good

    The Drones for Good journal is a place where people who are interested in drones can come together to see the latest in drone technology. The journal is also a place for people to share stories about how drones have impacted their lives.

  • Business and Technology

    The Business and Technology Journal is focused on analyzing the latest uses of technology to help businesses, and vice versa. The Journal is peer-reviewed and open to submissions from scholars around the world. Business and Technology is sponsored by Fiber Internet Center and is partnered with Stanford University's Peace Innovation Lab. We are committed to educating our readers about common business practices and how businesses utilize technology in order to increase their efficiency as we move further into the 21st century.

  • Design It: Journal in a boX

    Design it: Journal in a Box is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal devoted to publishing research findings on the design of the Open Journal System.  Design It  aims to provide a global forum for the exchange of ideas and findings from designers across different cultures and encourages research design on the impact of cultural factors on design theory and practice as it pertains to Journal in a boX. Design It also seeks to promote the transfer of knowledge between high school and college students, professionals in academia and industry by emphasizing research in which results are of interest or applicable to design practices of creating and launching a peer review journal. 

  • Refugee Journal for Awareness and Aid

    A collection of journals and articles from various writers that provide credible and reliable information on the Refugee Crisis occuring throughout the world. Experience the real and shocking perspectives of researchers and victims of the Refugee Crisis. Discover ways in which to help and make a difference through numerous organizations such as the Helping Hand for Relief and Development and the Caritas. Learn about the different volunteering opportunities to support refugees around the world. 

  • Journal A2I3R

    Journal A2I3R is an international, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary academic research journal featuring posters and personal stories behind the project from high school students. The journal’s headquarter is located at the Palo Alto Unified School District’s Advanced Authentic Research (AAR) program office in Silicon Valley. Journal A2I3R is a collaborative partnership between Stanford University’s Peace Innovation Lab, Graduate School of Education, the Public Knowledge Project and the Designership Institute. Journal A2I3R is committed to amplifying the voices of ALL high school students, while fortifying AAR's three key elements of personalized learning, integration of knowledge, and developing communication skills. In collaboration with Stanford University's long-range planning, AAR strives to fulfill its original vision of nurturing student interest and igniting student passion through real world, hands on research enabling students to explore career pathways.
    Journal A2I3R = Advanced Authentic (Interdisciplinary Inquiry & Innovation) Research

  • Stanford Pre-Collegiate and International Institutes Journal

    Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes provide high school students with a unique residential academic experience where students who share talents and interests live and learn together on the Stanford campus.  The Summer Institutes invite students from around the world to discoverstudy, and explore in small classes with instructors who are passionate about teaching and experts in their fields. The program emphasizes building skills along with acquiring knowledge, and is designed to create environments that foster creativity and collaboration where students learn from each other as well as from their instructors. This peer review journal is specifically designed for scholars of this world class program to showcase some of their explorations, discoveries and even goals upon completing specific courses. Scholars in all PreCollegiate Programs including the Stanford International Institutes and Stanford Summer Institutes participate in this peer review journal.

  • Cardinal Quarter Journal

    The Cardinal Quarter Journal (CQJ) is a peer review open source multi-media public service journal. CQJ is a quarterly journal with a focus on scholarly public service research and design generated from cardinal courses, fellowships and collaborations to amplify the Cardinal Voice by extending the frontiers of knowledge that stimulate creativity, amplifying the university’s contributions to our country, humanity, and an increasingly complex and interdependent world. Grounded on the "Purposeful University," CQJ is designed to stimulate synergies, anticipate change in Stanford's approach to service learning education, research and our community's engagement beyond Our University.








  • Designcare in Health Journal

    Designcare is an international peer-reviewed interdisciplinary teen care scholarly journal inspired by high school students committed to designing the experience of "Care"  for adolescents, teens and young adults globally.  The Journal is a collaborative peace technology platform developed by Silicon Valley High School Students and supported by the Stanford Health Experiential Design Team during a pilot of the Stanford University Summer Institutes, Design as Discovery Peace Innovation Course. Design Care exists to  increase a high level of school connectedness, expectations, academic motivation through high level meaningful peer review design opportunities. Design Care is dynamic and the distinguishing feature is the open access multi-media interactive content which augments the ability for teens to engage powerfully on what matter the most to them.

  • Empowered Elementary Pioneers Inspiring Innovative Concepts Journal

    About the Journal


    Journal EPIC focuses on the Inspiring and Inovative projects created by elementry students. The journal first got inspired when rising Priory 6th grader Diya Vasudevan attended Satnford University D School presentation on persuasive technology. There had already been a middle school and a high school journal, and head of OJS (Open Journal Systems) John Willinsky asked why there wasn't a elementry journal. Freedom Cheteni helped Diya create the first elementry journal. Where kids from grades 1rst to 5th can publish there work and inspire peeople to post. The journal is centered at Synapse School located in Silicon Valley. This journal will be also collaberating with Woodside Priory ( located in Portola Valley) and the Peace Innovation lab at Stanford University. We are hoping that this journal will be launched world wide. We are so lucky that we have acess to all this information and the journal will let other people acess this aswell.

  • Care Architects Engineering World Cooperation

    Care Architects Engineering World Cooperation (CAEWC)  is an international peer review journal which focuses of designing "CARE."  We define the distinction "care architect" broadly and the grounding of this journal is the idea of "care" in all elements of design. CAEWC publishes multi-media peer review content on  how technology and emerging social behaviors and insights are promoting new paths to global peace and coorperation. Care authors include middle, secondary, undergraduate, graduate and professionals alike.

  • Design Thinking Art Community Building Journal

    Design Thinking Art Community Building Journal (DTCBJ) is a collection of journals depicting the works of accomplished and developing artists who strive to build a community through their work. The journal is open to a wide variety of artistic works including visual arts such as painting, metal work, glass work, ceramics, drawing, carpentry, and CAD. Additionally, the Journal is open to works pertaining to the performing arts. 

  • Design Tech for Conflict Resolution Journal

    Design Technology for Conflict Resolution Journal is a peer reviewed journal that publishes manuscripts on emerging peace technologies and is founded by Design Tech scholars in Silicon Valley.