Submission GuidelinesPreviously unpublished submissions (which are not under consideration for any other publication at the same time) are to be made at any time for consideration for future publication, subject to double-blind peer reviewer approvals, to the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The electronic file format of text materials should be MS Word, RTF, OpenOffice 2.0 or plain text. Please note that if accepted (and after any revisions), the file will be converted to HTML and PDF for online publication.
- All written submissions are to be in plain English (colloquial and regional-term free), and be subjected to an English (Canadian) spell check prior to submission.
- Use the American Psychological Association (APA) format as the basis for references. The rest of the submission should be in plain text (unformatted).
- The title page should contain the submission title, author(s) name, position/affiliation, institution, address, phone number, email address, as well as a 100–250 word abstract and a list of 4–12 keywords.
- The author(s) name(s) should not appear in the original submission (except on the title page).
- Labeled tables, graphs, images, and illustrations are to be placed at the appropriate places within the body of the submission with suitable titles and subtitles. If color or grayscale images are used, they should be tested on a black and white printer to ensure legibility when downloaded.
- Citations, and suggested sources should be placed at the end of the submission.
- Expectations for different submission lengths are as follows:
- 500 to 1,500 words or equivalent for diverse submissions such as presentations, poetry, interviews, videos, etc.
- Up to 1,000 words — book reviews;
- 500 to 3,000 words — speculative reflections (be imaginative and provocative to invite dialogue), and tutorials;
- 2,000 to 8,000 words — Scholarly Articles on applied innovations and professional developments, research reports, and general articles and literature surveys;
- 2,000 to 8,000 words — service and community projects.
Please note that the editors are more interested in quality of content (with some formatting accommodations for readability) versus perfectly APA formatted, but weak submissions. The editors encourage the use of tables, figures, images, diagrams, etc. to illustrate and support text, as well as, between 5 and 30 references and/or suitable reflections on process (depending on the submission type).