Call for Papers
Journal of Student-Athlete Educational Development and SuccessVeronica Snow, Co-Editor
Warren K. Simpson, Co-Editor
The Journal of Student-Athlete Educational Development and Success is now accepting submissions on-line through Scholastica. This button leads directly to Scholastica submission.
Submissions most appropriate for JSAEDS include the following:
- Applied research studies
- Positional papers
- Original reports that directly impact the profession
- Reports on innovative designs
- Special projects, unique materials
- Creative program designs
- Book reviews and annotated bibliographies
Additionally, general content areas to be found within the journal include, but are not limited to:
- Applied research in student-aathlete development
- Innovative program designs
- Innovative designs in student-athlete development
- Ppsycholoogy as it relates to student-athlete development
- Administration of athletic-academic units
All MANUSCRIPTS should be submitted on-line through Scholastica. Each submission should include the following files:
- Cover letter
- Title page with author(s) affiliations and contact information
- Blind manuscript prepared according to APA guidelines and submitted in Microsoft Word DocX.
- Tables and figures as a separate file
INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS
When preparing manuscripts for publication in the JSAEDS, authors should follow the guidelines set forth in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, latest Edition. Copies of this style manual may be obtained through the order Department, American Psychological Association, 1200 17th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036. Most libraries will also have copies of this style manual. No submission will be reviewed that does not adhere to the APA writing style.
One slight modification of the APA format merits elaboration. Wherever possible, particularly in the results and discussion sections, the use of highly technical jargon is discouraged. It is our intent to take the technical and the complex and make them highly readable for practitioners who may be less familiar with theoretical and research intricacies. "Layman" language is acceptable in trying to communicate data and ideas.
Also, when discussing specific statistical tests used in the research please explain why the test was used and what the test is used to measure. This information is very helpful in clarifying research intricacies to those who lack a statistical background. Finally, all papers should end with a "layman" discussion on implications of the research for the coaching/athletic profession.
Manuscripts should not be submitted for publication elsewhere at the same time being reviewed by JSAEDS. Authors are advised to proof the typing, check references for accuracy, and be sure that tables and figures are properly set up on separate pages and marked where they belong in the text. All manuscripts should be 25 pages or less and must be preceded by a 75-150 word abstract. The manuscript must be typed double-spaced, including the abstracts and references. Photos should be subvmitted in JPG format.
ALL manuscripts should be submitted on-line in Microsoft Word DocX. Scholastica will automatically anonymize DocX files to be sure that author identifications are not visible for the blind peer reviews. Documents prepared in Word DOC. should have all identifying information removed including metadata before submission.
It is very important that your current e-mail address is submitted so that if problems arise, we can contact you immediately.
Manuscripts are evaluated by members of the editorial review board through a blind review process. Each paper wil be judged on topical relevance and clarity of reporting.