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CAA Undergraduate Research Journal
The Colonial Academic Alliance develops, promotes and facilitates collaborative programs and resource sharing to enhance academic quality and institutional effectiveness throughout our member institutions.
The Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Journal is an open access journal, and publishes undergraduate research in all fields by students at CAA institutions.
James Blair Historical Review (Journals)
James Blair Historical Review.
Welcome to The James Blair Historical Review! We hope you enjoy our site and continue to pursue historical knowledge. The Editorial Board is happy to announce that Volume 9 Issue 1 of the JBHR is now live.
JBHR requires that authors remove their name, student ID number, email address, and/or any other identifying information from their submitted document(s).
The Journal of School-based Counseling Policy and Evaluation (JSCPE) is the journal of the International Society for Policy Research and Evaluation in School-Based Counseling (ISPRESC). JSCPE was founded in order to initiate a serious international conversation about innovative and wide-ranging school-based counseling policymaking that is founded on scientific evidence and rigorous research and evaluation.
Oracle: The Research Journal of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (Oracle) is a peer-reviewed electronic journal dedicated to the study of fraternities and sororities.
The William & Mary Educational Review (Journals)
The William & Mary Educational Review is a peer-reviewed, online scholarly journal of research and opinion across multiple sub-disciplines of education. All graduate student researchers and practitioners are welcomed and encouraged to submit pieces that help advance understandings of topics relevant to education. Since its founding in 2012, The William & Mary Educational Review has become an internationally read journal in education, with circulation to policymakers, researchers, administrators, and practitioners in over 15 countries worldwide. Each year, the journal covers a wide range of topics of current concern in education and publishes on an annual or bi-annual basis (dependent upon submission numbers and journal membership).
If you have any questions regarding this publication, please contact the Editors at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Call for Manuscripts: The Changing Faces of Education
The current volume will include a special section that focuses on social justice and moving the field of education forward during a global pandemic. Manuscripts that surround the virtual pivot, digital learning, teacher preparation and student teaching during social distancing, trauma informed educational practices, refocusing efforts to end inequity in education, and social media and digital platforms as tools for education, as well as any unlisted topic that will move the field forward will be reviewed this special section in this year’s edition. The aim of this special section will be to emphasize or elucidate the adaptations education has made in 2020 in response to the global pandemic and rise in the call for equity and social justice.
The William & Mary Educational Review (WMER) is seeking manuscripts for the 2020-2021 academic year volume. The William & Mary Educational Review is a peer-reviewed, online scholarly journal of research and opinion across multiple sub-disciplines of education. All graduate student researchers and practitioners are welcomed and encouraged to submit pieces that help advance understandings of topics relevant to education.
Timeline and submission details:
October 30, 2020: Authors must submit their manuscript (3.000 to 5,000 words) with an abstract of no more than 200 words, and a maximum of 6 key words. The manuscript’s formatting and style must clearly indicate either a research-based or conceptually driven piece and must utilize the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th ed. Please submit manuscripts at https://scholarworks.wm.edu/wmer/. If you have questions, please email inquiries to . Reflections and opinion-based pieces should be submitted initially to the Wren’s Nest. Submissions accepted via email: