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Use our quick "submit an article" link below if you are an author with a paper prepared and you already know which journal you would like to submit to. All aspects of the preparation, submission and production process are covered by the author guides on this site if you need more information.
Sharing your author eprints is a quick and easy way to give people free access to your article online. Every author has 50 eprints to share. Find out more about this simple and effective way to increase the impact of your work.
For a novel way to share your eprints, why not tweet about them? See our infographic for more information on how to tweet your research.
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In the headlines
LED lights affect how we see the color white. The research behind this statement has made the news.
Just look at the headlines from Gizmodo, Quartz, and Science Daily below:
- LED Lights are Ruining Laundry Detergent's White-Brightening Trick
- Under LED lights, your clothes can't get "whiter-than-white"
- Under some LED bulbs whites aren't 'whiter than white'
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Free-to-access journal articles
- What’s trending in literature? To make it easier for you to find out, we’ve made the latest, most popular articles on literature free to read online.
- A Hole in One. If you think Golf is on par with the best of sports, then Tee-Off with this collection of golf articles, clubbed together from our sport, leisure & tourism journals.
- Is it all an act? From dance and speech, to online performativity and gender, discover research on communication and performance.
- Building performance modelling and simulation. Embrace the research, technology, and future with free access to the most highly cited articles in the Journal of Building Performance Simulation.
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Whether you're an author, a researcher, a reader, or all three, the RSA Journal Resources page will keep up to date with the latest news and offers from the Regional Studies Association journals.
Leadership & Policy in Schools article of the year
Congratulations Robert Mark Silverman for winning the Leadership & Policy in Schools Article of the Year award for 2014. Chosen each year by the editors of the journal, this award is for the article that most reflects the journal’s goals and objectives.
We'd like to extend warm congratulations to Barry Wellman, Editor of Information, Communication & Society, for receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Oxford Internet Institute.
Get your article published
- Change the world with Architectural Theory Review. Submit your research to a special issue on how the humanities have redefined the earth.
- Is your celebrity research timely, provocative, and open-ended? Celebrity Forum seeks short pieces on current topics in celebrity studies. Submit your research and spark discussions today.
- Look to the future with The Journal for Specialists in Group Work. It’s now accepting manuscripts for 2015. Read the journal's Aims & Scope and submit your paper directly.
- Did you know you can find the latest calls for papers from our communication studies journals here and the latest calls for papers from our education journals here?
- Calling all graduate and doctoral students:
the Journal of Liquid Chromatography and Related Technologies invites you to submit your work for a new special issue.
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