Submission procedures - Submit your article, with abstract, as an e-mail attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be two reviewers for each
submission. Cover sheet should include
author(s) name(s), affiliation, position,
address, and e-mail address if available.
Author's names and affiliation should not appear
anywhere else in the article. Receipt of
manuscript will be acknowledged and the review
should be completed within 8 weeks.
Send questions or comments to email@example.com
Length - preference is for articles to be
less than 1500 words; for columns, less than 500
Format - headings should facilitate
scanning for relevant/needed information. To
take advantage of the electronic media we
encourage interactive and branching articles.
This may mean different things to different
people. For example, one reader responded "It means dialectical,
dialogue, exploratory. Like this."
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Content (practical, field-based) -
articles should have relevance to practitioners.
Summaries of previously published papers
may be accepted if an appropriate attribution
and permission is provided, and this brief
form stresses or clarifies practitioner
Style - APA style, 7th edition. Writing
style should be clear, versus cryptic. Brief
descriptive anecdotes, examples, and clear
instructional steps/guidelines are encouraged.
When extended excerpts are included, the
submitting author is responsible for obtaining
needed permission from authors or publishers.
Research base - brief description of
appropriate theoretical and research base for
concepts presented is desirable.
quantitative support of practical ideas is acceptable.
Contribution to journal balance - the
goal is to speak to varied needs and interests.
Preference will be given to articles providing
Right of reply - our goal is to encourage
readers to question, respond to, or add to, any article. Authors have
a responsibility to answer any questions/requests received within a
year of publication. Authors may reply to reader's comments.
Copyright - this material will be
published on the Web. Web copyright laws are
currently under review. The material is assumed
to be copyrighted when you have finished writing
and dated your copy.
We ask that fair-use guidelines be
followed. Single or group copies (unaltered
with byline/journal name) may be made as
long as this is for non-profit, educational use.
Editing - the editorial board reserves the
right to edit and adapt format and length to
meet audience needs and electronic format.
Authors will have the opportunity to comment on
We would like to hear your comments on our guidelines.
Please suggest what you would like added/deleted.
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