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Writing for nacada one page handout


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Writing for nacada one page handout

NACADA Region 4 Miami 2012

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Writing for nacada one page handout

  1. 1. Writing for NACADAGeneral Information• NACADA cannot publish anything to which it does not hold copyright – all authors must sign copyright release• Commercial messages and promotions are not accepted; submissions must be both product- and vendor-neutral• Articles printed elsewhere cannot be reprinted without permission from the original publicationPublication VenuesNACADA Journal• exists to advance scholarly discourse about the research, theory and practice of academic advising in higher education• published biannually; available online via EBSCO’s Educational Complete Database (see the reference librarian at your institution) and available to NACADA members through their myNACADA account.• blind-reviewed, peer-refereed; includes scholarly articles on research, theory, and practice; book reviews, bibliographic annotations• manuscripts should not exceed 6,000 words (excluding title, abstract, references); most studies are based on standard qualitative or quantitative research methodology; acceptance rate about 30%• webpage: (guidelines, copyright, EB, sample article, etc.)• Editors: Rich Robbins and Leigh Shaffer. Questions and/or submissions may be sent to them at• Additional opportunity: book reviewsAcademic Advising Today• exists to provide a venue for academic advisors, faculty advisors, and advising administrators to share their experiences and discuss their ideas about the theory and practice of academic advising in higher education• published quarterly, available online at (current issue and archives; complete publication guidelines)• juried review; articles may be based in theory but are generally focused on practical application and should be of interest to practicing advisors and/or advising administrators (How can this be useful to the reader? What implication and/or application does it have?)• submissions should be ~1000 words in length, written in 1st or 3rd person perspective (avoid “you”), balanced in perspective, educational in nature, positive in tone, and focused on a particular aspect of academic advising; acceptance rate about 50%• Questions or submissions may be sent to Leigh Cunningham, Managing Editor, at• Additional opportunity: Sparklers (~350 words)NACADA Clearinghouse of Academic Advising Resources• exists to promote the advancement of academic advising by providing members with electronic access to advising issues & resources, advising standards & values, member produced web publications• topic overviews of “critical issues” within advising explain and improve practice; written by members knowledgeable about the issue; include annotated bibliography of ~ 10 resources to “read more about it”• new topics published as they become available; featured topic every month• Questions or ideas for topics may be sent to Marsha Miller, Clearinghouse Director, at•, books, CDs, DVDs• Editors, chapter authors, exemplary practices, content review team members,• expertise database• NACADA Blog