HIPHIL Novum is a peer-reviewed academic e-journal. It continues HIPHIL which was published in 2003-2010.
The journal publishes issues that promote resources for open education for all continents, races, genders, and communities, serving the next generation of biblical research and sustainable technology.
Peer-review is defined according to the Nordic performance based bibliometric evaluation (see here): at least one other competent researcher most have approved the quality of the research before publication. The evaluator must be independent and external, but does not need to be anonymous.
History: From 2003-2010 HIPHIL was published as a Hebrew Bible e-journal edited by Jens Bruun Kofoed and assisted by Nicolai Winther-Nielsen as part of SEE-J. It is resumed as HIPHIL Novum in 2014 by editor Nicolai Winther-Nielsen and an editorial team. Novum implies that the new journal includes the New Testament as well as a new global world. Earlier volumes of HIPHIL are available in the archive. HIPHIL Novum supported the program unit Global Education and Research Technology (GERT) 2013-2019.