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Leonard Malinowski

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FW: Call for Manuscripts
Posted: Feb 3, 2001 9:11 AM
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Call for Manuscripts

RESEARCH AND TEACHING IN DEVELOPMENTAL EDUCATION (RTDE) is the journal
sponsored by the New York College Learning Skills Association (NYCLSA).
Authors are invited to submit manuscripts on a variety of topics related
to developmental education. Of particular interest are articles that
address measurement and evaluation procedures; program and course design
and implementation; reserach and pedagogy as they inform, or are
informed by, current theory; and interdisciplinary approaches to major
concerns in developmental education. Manuscripts, previously
unpublished, will be considered for publication.

Authors must follow APA Guidelines for documentation. RTDE is a
refereed journal.

The Editorial Board is currently considering manuscripts for the Fall
2001 issue of the journal.

For additional information contact:

Patricia A. Malinowski, Editor
Finger Lakes Community College
Developmental Studies Department
4355 Lakeshore Drive
Canandaigua, New York 14424
(716) 394-3500, Extension 7389
e-mail: malinopa@flcc.edu
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