Frequently Asked Questions - Publications
- How many publications do you offer and what are they?
- How do I submit a paper to JALN?
- How do I get permission to quote from any of your publications?
- How often do your publications come out?
- Who are your peer reviewers?
- How do I become a peer reviewer?
- What is the acceptance rate for your journal?
- Where do I find the submission criteria?
- Is there a printed version of the journal?
- Can I get an individual printed copy of an issue?
- Do I have to be a member to access your publications?
- Do I have to be a member to submit a paper?
- Can I buy individual articles?
- How do you select publications for your workshops?
- I have written a book about online learning; will you promote it?
- Are discounts available?
- Will you publish my book?
- Why do I have to pay for your publications?
We have 5 categories of publications:
- JALN - Journal of Asynchronous Networks
- Survey Reports
- Email Newsletters
- Workshop Companion publications and Practioner Documents
- Sloan-C Series books
At our online submission site: http://jaln.sloanconsortium.org/index.php/jaln
Send an email to email@example.com to request permission.
- View? Monthly
- JALN? 4 times per year
- Now? Monthly
- Survey? Annually
A selection of people involved in and expert in the areas of online education.
You can volunteer and register to become a reviewer at: http://jaln.sloanconsortium.org/index.php/jaln.
Submission guidelines can be find at http://www.sloanconsortium.org/jaln_guidelines
Yes, printed copies and subscriptions are available at http://www.sloanconsortium.org/publications/jalnprinted.
Yes, for recent issues at http://www.sloanconsortium.org/publications/jalnprinted.
Yes, you need to be a paid member to access full texts. Non-members can access abstracts and buy the pdf format of the articles.
No, not technically, but we do encourage membership for our authors and submitters.
Yes, non-members can buy the articles in PDF format ($5.95). They are free for members.
The publication strategy is spearheaded by the Executive Director (John Bourne) and the
Chief Knowledge Officer (Janet Moore).
No, however we may review it.
Sloan-C Members receive discounts on publications.
Sorry, but our publishing program does not take book submissions.
While Sloan-C is a non-profit organization, it does need to sustain its operational costs. Publications are not free because they require operational funds to produce and distribute. In order to continue to provide our publications resources, we need to ask you pay for some of them.