Academic journal article Learning Disability Quarterly

From the Co-Editors-in-Chief

Academic journal article Learning Disability Quarterly

From the Co-Editors-in-Chief

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We are pleased with the opportunity to continue to serve as co-editors-in-chief of Learning Disability Quarterly (LDQ) under the ownership of the Hammill Institute on Disabilities. We are excited about the new LDQ look and the new manuscript submission and peer-review process through Scholar One Manuscripts, also known as SAGETrack. We expect this new system to offer efficiency to the scholarly review process.

Researchers, scholars, and practitioners will find it far easier to access LDQ articles than in the past. For example, readers who are searching online for specific articles will find that past and current issues of LDQ will be available through several outlets, rather than one or a few as has previously been the case. For individuals submitting articles for possible publication in LDQ, all manuscripts will be handled electronically through ScholarOne Manuscripts, which will make the submission and review process much easier and systematic (see the Author Guidelines on the inside back cover of LDQ for details). …

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