Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties Call for Papers

Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties

The Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties (AJLD) provides a forum for both theoretical and empirical articles on topics related to the assessment and teaching of students with learning disabilities and learning difficulties. Papers reporting intervention studies focused on effective instruction in basic skills are particularly welcome. The journal is subject to a double-blind peer review process.

The journal is the official publication of Learning Difficulties Australia and is published by Taylor and Francis.

AJLD is inviting papers for Volume 21 (1), 2016. Publication date is mid-2016. 

Submission Guidelines

Manuscripts should be between 2000 and 8000 words (research notes up to 2000 words), together with an abstract of 100-150 words. Interested contributors should submit their manuscripts online at the AJLD ScholarOne Manuscripts site.

The Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties is covered by the Australian Education Index, Cabell's, Contents Pages in Education , Australian Research Council (ARC) Ranked Journal List; Educational Research Abstracts Online (ERA), EdReserach Online, Educational Research Abstracts Online, Educational Technology Abstracts, Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI),  ERIC, Exceptional Child Education Resources (Online Edition), Linguistics and Language Behaviour Abstracts, Multicultural Education Abstracts (Print), Research into Higher Education Abstracts, SCOPUS®, Sociology of Education Abstracts, Special Educational Needs Abstracts and Technical Education & Training Abstracts.

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