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Frequently Asked Questions

What types of manuscripts does JoLLE publish?
We accept a wide range of submissions in language and literacy education, including theoretical, methodological, research, and praxis-oriented topics, as well as book and media reviews. As an online journal, we may be able to support non-traditional submission formats (e.g., hypertext). We strongly encourage all authors to contact us prior to submitting a manuscript.

How do I submit an article to JoLLE?
We have recently published a series of special issues, and maintain a general call for papers as well. If you are interested in submitting a manuscript to the journal, consult our Call for Papers and contact us for more information.

What does the review process entail?
See Submission Guidelines.

How do I become a reviewer? 
If you are interested in reviewing submissions for JoLLE, please consult our Guidelines for Reviewers and then contact us.

How often is JoLLE published?
JoLLE is published in the spring and fall each year.

How long are articles archived?
Published materials will be available for the life of the journal.


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