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

Does JoLLE ever publish special themed issues?
JoLLE publishes two issues a year: an open submission issue in the fall and a themed issue in the spring based on the Winter Conference. We only have the capacity for these two issues. As a UGA student organization, JoLLE does not outsource issues to external editors. We also do not publish additional issues of any kind beyond those published in each semester during the academic year.

How do I follow JoLLE on social media?
You can follow us on Twitter @JoLLE_UGA or on Facebook.

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

How do I submit an academic book review, CYAL book review, or poetry/art piece for consideration in JoLLE?
Click on the following links that will take you to our information pages for these types of submissions: Academic Book Review, CYAL Book Review, Poetry, Fiction, & Visual Arts


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