About the Journal
Focus and Scope
Inquiry at Queen's Undergraduate Research Conference Proceedings is an Open Access online journal which publishes the proceedings of the annual I@Q conference at Queen's University. The journal highlights the creative thinking of undergraduates at Queen's University. Our editorial committee, comprised of students and faculty, is committed to publishing work that reflects the four steps of successful learning: to ask, to investigate, to create, and to reflect. We welcome both textual and multi-media submissions from all academic areas.
Peer Review Process
Abstracts proposals submitted to the I@Q Undergraduate Research Conference are reviewed by the conference committee prior to acceptance at the conference to ensure they fit the scope and aims of the conference and also to ensure they are free from any typographical errors, prior to publication in the proceedings journal.
Additional items included in the proceedings journal such as posters and slide presentations do not go through a formal review process.
The journal will publish a single volume annually.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Conference Programs Archive
Access conference programs here.
Agreement to Publish
All abstracts and speaker presentations and/or posters accepted at the annual Inquiry @ Queen's Undergraduate Research Conference will be published in the Inquiry@Queen's Undergraduate Research Conference Proceedings. This is an open access online journal. All content is discoverable via by Google and as such, works submitted will receive increased impact and exposure form a global audience.
Authors and/or contributors are responsible for obtaining any permissions that may be required to use any third-party copyrighted materials in your works, as well as providing proper citation to the work of others.
if you do not wish to have your conference slides, poster or other submissions published online, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
I@Q is supported by:
The Library, Queen's Learning Commons, and Centre for Teaching and Learning
The Alma Mater Society
The Inquiry @ Queen's Undergraduate Research Conference has been promoting and showcasing undergraduate research since 2007.
The first issue of the Inquiry@Queen's Undergraduate Research Conference Proceedings will be launched to celebrate the 12th annual conference: March 8 to 9 2018.