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    • 期刊簡稱AERA OPEN
    • 參考譯名《教育與教育研究》
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    AERA OPEN《教育與教育研究》is a peer-reviewed, open access journal published by the American Educational Research Association (AERA). AERA Open ...[顯示全部]









    AERA OPEN《教育與教育研究》投稿須知


    Instructions to Authors

    Manuscript Submission Guidelines:

    Click here to read submission guidelines FAQ.


    AERA Open is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).


    Types of Manuscripts


    AERA Open publishes research on educational processes and outcomes, broadly defined. Papers can be conducted in a wide range of academic disciplines, including but not limited to psychology, economics, neuroscience, anthropology, and sociology, and can also be interdisciplinary. Submissions can focus on education and learning in any context (e.g., early childhood, after-school, post-secondary) or country provided they are suitably contextualized for AERA’s readership.


    The majority of articles published in AERA Open will be empirical studies, which draw on quantitative, qualitative or mixed-methods traditions. Occasional exceptions are made for innovative conceptual articles that make very special contributions in illuminating learning processes and outcomes or methodological articles that offer new approaches in the collection or analysis of data. In most cases, we expect conceptual and methodological papers to be largely based on prior empirical research. We also welcome meta-analysis, replication studies, and studies with precisely-defined null results. We do not publish opinion essays, literature reviews, pilot studies or practical guides.


    A manuscript can be submitted as a regular article or as a special topic article. AERA Open publishes special topic collections on a range of important interdisciplinary themes related to education. See our special topic collections page to view current calls for papers. Note that many special topics require prior approval of an abstract.


    Manuscript Submission


    Please read the guidelines below then visit the Journal’s submission site http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/aeraopen to upload your manuscript.


    Only manuscripts of sufficient quality that meet the aims and scope of AERA Open will be reviewed. As part of the submission process you will be required to warrant that you are submitting your original work, that you have the rights in the work, that you are submitting the work for first publication in the Journal and that it is not being considered for publication elsewhere and has not already been published elsewhere, and that you have obtained and can supply all necessary permissions for the reproduction of any copyright works not owned by you.


    Open Access


    As an open access journal, AERA Open is freely available online immediately upon publication. All articles are rigorously peer-reviewed and brought to publication as rapidly as possible. Production costs are covered by Article Processing Charges (APC) paid by the authors/institutions/funders upon acceptance of their manuscripts (more information below). There is no charge for submitting a paper to AERA Open.


    For general information on open access at SAGE please visit the Open Access page or view our Open Access FAQs.


    Continuous Publication


    One of the many benefits of publishing your research in an open access journal is the speed to publication. With no issues to fill and no word count constraints (main text can include up to 8,000 words, but no word limit for online supplemental material), your article will be published online in a fully citable form with a DOI number as soon as the production process is complete. At this time it will be completely free for readers to view and download. Check the “Latest Articles” tab on the journal website for the most recent published content.


    Publication Standards


    AERA Open accepts only original research articles. Researchers submitting manuscripts should consult the Standards for Reporting on Research in AERA Publications and the AERA Code of Ethics. Only manuscripts of sufficient quality that meet the aims and scope of AERA Open will be reviewed. As part of the submission process you will be required to warrant that you are submitting your original work, that you have the rights in the work, that you are submitting the work for first publication in the Journal and that it is not being considered for publication elsewhere and has not already been published elsewhere, and that you have obtained and can supply all necessary permissions for the reproduction of any copyright works not owned by you.


    Publication Fees


    Upon acceptance of your manuscript, you will be charged a one-time Author Processing Charge (APC). This fee covers the cost of publication and ensures that your article will be freely available. Once the charge has been processed, your article will be prepared for publication and will appear online within an average of 20 working days.


    Author processing charges are listed below. Please note, the Interim article processing charges will go into effect as of September 1, 2019 and will remain in effect until mid-2020. Any accepted articles originally submitted from 9/1/2019 - mid-2020 will be subject to this pricing.


    Author Category


    Interim Article Processing Charge


    Standard Article Processing Charge


    Pricing In Effect:


    From 9/1/2019 – mid-2020


    From mid-2020 onwards


    Standard Rate






    AERA Member Rate*






    AERA Graduate Student Member Rate**






    Non-Member Graduate Student Rate**






    * All authors must be an AERA member in order to qualify for the AERA member rate

    ** All authors must be “Graduate Student” members of Association in order to qualify for the discounted rate.


    Note that the article processing charge will be waived for authors who are residents of a country included in the World Bank list of low-income countries, provided that all authors of the manuscript are residents of the low income country. Authors of manuscripts who are residents of a country included in the World Bank list of lower middle income countries, provided that all authors of the manuscript are residents of the lower middle income country, will be eligible for the standard or student member rate, as applicable.


    How to Submit Your Manuscript


    All manuscripts for AERA Open should be submitted electronically at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/aeraopen. Authors should read the inaugural editorial. For specific questions or inquiries, email the AERA Open editor. Manuscript submissions by email are not accepted.


    Manuscript Preparation


    File types


    Only electronic files conforming to the journal’s guidelines will be accepted. Preferred formats for the text and tables of your manuscript are Word DOC, RTF, and XLS. LaTeX files are also accepted. Please refer to the additional guidelines on submitting artwork and supplemental files, below.




    All parties who have made a substantive contribution to the article should be listed as authors. Principal authorship, authorship order, and other publication credits should be based on the relative scientific or professional contributions of the individuals involved, regardless of their status. A student is usually listed as principal author on any multiple-authored publication that substantially derives from the student’s dissertation or thesis.


    Reference style


    AERA Open manuscripts must be prepared in accordance with the style guidelines of Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA), 7th edition.


    Manuscript style and format


    Manuscripts should not exceed 8,000 words in length, excluding tables, appendices, figures, notes, and references. (The editors encourage authors of empirical articles to submit main manuscripts that are under 5,000 words and focus on summaries of relevant research literature, procedures, and results, and then include supplementary online material to provide further details of data, measures, and robustness-checking.) Note that, if the submitted work is based on modes of scholarship that do not rely on the written word (e.g., photographs, recordings), researchers should aim to use equivalent criteria that convey the logic of scholarly reasoning in as concise a manner as feasible.


    Pages should be numbered consecutively, beginning with the page after the title page. Manuscripts should be typed for 8?” x 11” paper, in upper and lower case, double-spaced, with 1-inch margins on all sides. The type size should be at least 12 point. Figures and tables are to be placed at the end of the text. Subheads should be placed at reasonable intervals to break the monotony of lengthy text. Sentence structure, not italics, should be used to create emphasis. Abbreviations and acronyms should be spelled out at first mention. Mathematical symbols and Greek letters should be formatted to indicate italics, boldface, superscript, and subscript.


    Notes are for explanations or amplifications of textual material, not for reference information. They are distracting to readers and expensive to set and should be avoided whenever possible. They should be typed as normal text at the end of the text section of the manuscript rather than as part of the footnote or endnote feature of a computer program and should be numbered consecutively through the article.


    Manuscripts must include a list of references, which should include only sources that are cited in the text. The accuracy and completeness of references and citations are the responsibility of the author(s). Reference each dataset with its title, author, date, and a persistent web identifier, such as a digital object identifier (DOI), a handle, or a uniform resource name (URN). If necessary, this last element may be replaced by a web address and an access date, although researchers are urged to use the DOI as the preferred citation. Personal communications (letters, memos, telephone conversations) are cited in the text after the name with as exact a date as possible.


    All manuscripts should include an abstract of 100–150 words, followed by a list of keywords (the terms that researchers will use to find the article in indexes and databases). Abstracts should be structured to inform readers of the purpose, methods, and findings of the research or the equivalent for theoretical or non-empirical manuscripts.


    Provide full contact details for the corresponding author, including email, affiliation, mailing address, and telephone numbers. Academic affiliations are required for all co-authors. These details should be presented in their own file, separate from the main text of the article, to facilitate anonymous peer review.


    Figures and tables should present data to the reader in a clear and unambiguous manner. They should be keyed to the text. If illustration and text are redundant, eliminate the illustration or reduce the amount of detail provided in the text. Figure captions should be typed on a separate page and should not appear in full on the original figures. One high-quality electronic version of each figure must be submitted with the manuscript that is to be typeset. Tables will be typeset. Figures supplied in color will appear in color online.


    For additional guidance on the preparation of illustrations, pictures, and graphs in electronic format, please visit SAGE’s Manuscript Submission Guidelines.


    Photographic illustrations should be rendered with at least 300 dpi; please use CMYK color conversion if possible. Graphs made with Office software such as Microsoft Excel can be provided in their original format to facilitate conversion into printable format with preserved quality. Any other line graphs/illustrations should preferably be provided in EPS format with a resolution of at least 600 dpi to prevent ragged lines when printed. A figure image should be at least 160 mm in width at the appropriate resolution. For further guidance on how to prepare your digital image see http://art.cadmus.com/da/index.jsp.


    Researchers need to address conflicts of interest, human subjects protection, and data sharing in accordance with AERA’s standards for reporting on research in AERA publications.


    AERA Open encourages authors to include a declaration of any conflicting interests and recommends you review the good practice guidelines on the SAGE Journal Author Gateway.


    To comply with the guidance for research funders, authors and publishers issued by the Research Information Network (RIN), AERA Open additionally requires all authors to acknowledge their funding in a consistent fashion under a separate heading. Please visit Funding Acknowledgment on the SAGE Journal Author Gateway to confirm the format of the acknowledgment text in the event of funding, or state in your acknowledgments that: This research received no specific grant from any funding agency in the public, commercial, or not-for-profit sectors.


    This journal is able to host approved supplemental materials online, alongside the full text of articles. Supplemental files will be subjected to peer-review together with the article. For more information please refer to SAGE’s Guidelines for Authors on Supplemental Files.


    Authors seeking assistance with English language editing, translation, or figure and manuscript formatting to fit the journal’s specifications should consider using the services offered by SAGE Language Services. Visit SAGE Language Services on our Journal Author Gateway for further information.




    AERA Open uses double-blind review. Authors will not know the identities of reviewers and reviewers will not know the identities of authors.


    The complete title of the article and the name(s) of the author(s) should be provided only in a separate cover-page file to ensure anonymity in the review process. The text should have no author names but may carry a short article title at the top. Names of authors in citations and references should not be blinded; however, information in text that would identify those references as belonging to the author should be deleted from the manuscript (e.g., text citations of “my previous work,” especially when accompanied by a self-citation; a preponderance of the author’s own work in the reference list). These elements may be reinserted in the final draft. Information that could help identify any author (e.g., mention of any affiliation) should also be removed. Citations and references to undistributed work, as long as it is unsearchable on the web, should be blinded using “Author” and realphabetized in the reference list. The author’s name should be removed from the document’s Properties.





    We will email a PDF of the proofs to the corresponding author. Any accompanying queries should be answered as soon as possible so that publication is not

    delayed. The PDF of your article will be available for download on the journal website after publication. Your SAGE Production Editor will keep you informed as to your article’s progress throughout the production process.


    We value your feedback to ensure that we continue to improve our author service. Upon publication all corresponding authors will receive a brief survey questionnaire on your experience of publishing in AERA Open with SAGE.


    Contributor’s Publishing Agreement


    Before publication, SAGE requires the author as the rights holder to sign a Journal Contributor’s Publishing Agreement. AERA Open publishes manuscripts under Creative Commons licenses. The standard AERA Open license is Creative Commons by Attribution NonCommerical (CC BY-NC), which allows others to reuse the work without permission as long as the work is properly referenced and the use is noncommercial. Authors may also use the Creative Commons by Attribution (CC-BY) if required by their institution or funders. For more information, you are advised to visit SAGE’s OA licenses page.


    Alternative license arrangements are available, for example, to meet particular funder mandates, made at the author’s request.


    AERA Open and SAGE take issues of copyright infringement, plagiarism, or other breaches of best practice in publication very seriously. We seek to protect the rights of our authors and we always investigate claims of plagiarism or misuse of articles published in the journal. Equally, we seek to protect the reputation of the journal against malpractice. Submitted articles may be checked using duplication-checking software. Where an article is found to have plagiarized other work or included third-party copyrighted material without permission or with insufficient acknowledgment, or where authorship of the article is contested, we reserve the right to take action, including but not limited to publishing an erratum or corrigendum (correction); retracting the article (removing it from the journal); taking up the matter with the head of the department or dean of the author’s institution and/or relevant academic bodies or societies; banning the author from publication in the journal or in all SAGE journals; or taking appropriate legal action.




    Authors are responsible for obtaining permission from copyright holders for reproducing any illustrations, tables, figures, or lengthy quotations previously published elsewhere. If authors are using their own work, they will still be required to obtain permission if they did not retain copyright of the previously published work.Papers will not be accepted for publication without the correct permissions. For further information, including guidance on fair dealing for criticism and review, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions on the SAGE Journal Author Gateway.



    Right of Reply


    The right of reply policy encourages comments on recently published articles in AERA publications. They are, of course, subject to the same editorial review and decision process as articles. If the comment is accepted for publication, the editor shall inform the author of the original article. If the author submits a reply to the comment, the reply is also subject to editorial review and decision. The editor may allot a specific amount of journal space for the comment (ordinarily about 1,500 words) and for the reply (ordinarily about 750 words). The reply may appear in the same issue as the comment or in a later issue (Council, June 1980).


    If an article is accepted for publication in an AERA journal that, in the judgment of the editor, has as its main theme or thrust a critique of a specific piece of work or a specific line of work associated with an individual or program of research, then the individual or representative of the research program whose work is critiqued should be notified in advance about the upcoming publication and given the opportunity to reply, ideally in the same issue. The author of the original article should also be notified. Normal guidelines for length and review of the reply and publication of a rejoinder by the original article’s author(s) should be followed. Articles in the format “an open letter to …” may constitute prototypical exemplars of the category defined here, but other formats may well be used, and would be included under the qualifications for response prescribed here (Council, January 2002).





    Editorial Board

    Editor in ChiefEditor in Chief

    Mark Warschauer       University of California - Irvine,USA


    Nancy E. Hill      Harvard University, Graduate School of Education

    Greg J. Duncan   University of California, Irvine,USA

    Managing EditorManaging Editor

    Sabrina Kataoka  University of California, Irvine,USA

    Associate EditorsAssociate Editors

    Daniel Bolt   University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Educational Psychology,USA

    Kalena Cortes     Texas A&M University, Bush School of Government and Public Service,USA

    George Farkas     University of California, Irvine, School of Education

    Seth Gershenson American University,USA

    Louis Gomez       University of California, Los Angeles,USA

    Andrew Ho  Harvard University, Graduate School of Education

    Vikki S. Katz      Rutgers University,USA

    Jeannette Mancilla-Martinez    Vanderbilt University, College of Education and Human Development,USA

    Robert Pianta      University of Virginia, Curry School of Education,USA

    Cecilia Rios-Aguilar   University of California, Los Angeles,USA

    Laura Stapleton   University of Maryland,USA

    Helen Watt   University of Sydney,Australia

    Joanna Lee Williams  University of Virginia,USA

    Editorial BoardEditorial Board

    Emma K. Adam  Northwestern University, School of Education and Social Policy

    Ashley Adams     University of California, Irvine, School of Education

    Stephen J. Aguilar      Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California,USA

    Drew M. Anderson    RAND Corporation

    Allison Atteberry       University of Colorado, Boulder,USA

    Drew H. Bailey   University of California, Irvine, School of Education

    Rachel Baker       University of California, Irvine,USA

    Aprile Benner      University of Texas at Austin, Department of Human Development and Family Sciences,USA

    David Blazar       University of Maryland,USA

    David Bloome     The Ohio State University,USA

    Mimi Bong   Korea University, Department of Education and the Brain and Motivation Research Institute,Korea

    Sade Bonilla University of Massachusetts, College of Education,USA

    Diamond Y. Bravo     Harvard University, Graduate School of Education

    Derek Briggs       University of Colorado at Boulder,USA

    Shaundra Bryant Daily     University of Florida, Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering,USA

    Elise Cappella     New York University,USA

    Joanna Christodoulou       MGH Institute of Health Professions, Harvard  Graduate School of Education, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Damon Clark       University of California, Irvine, Department of Economics,USA

    Rebecca J. Collie University of New South Wales, School of Education,Australia

    Robert Crosnoe   University of Texas-Austin, Department of Sociology,USA

    John B. Diamond       University of Wisconsin-Madison,USA

    Benjamin W. Dominigue   Stanford University, Graduate School of Education,USA

    Noah D. Drezner Teachers College, Columbia University,USA

    Juan Carlos Garibay   University of Virginia,USA

    Jennie K. Grammer    University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Education

    DeLeon Gray      North  Carolina State University, Educational Psychology Program, College of Education,USA

    Laura E. Hernández   Learning Policy Institute

    Heather C. Hill    Harvard Graduate School of Education,USA

    Doris Holzberger Technical University of Munich, School of Education

    Francis L. Huang       University of Missouri, Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology,USA

    Noelle Hurd University of Virginia

    Jennifer Wallace Jacoby    Mount Holyoke  College, Department of Psychology and Education

    James S. Kim      Harvard University, Graduate School of Education

    Young-Suk Kim  Florida State University, College of Education and Florida Center for Reading Research, USA

    Johannes K?nig   University of Cologne,Germany, Empirical School Research,Germany

    Rebecca Lazarides     University of Potsdam,Germany

    Luis A. Leyva     Vanderbilt University, Peabody College of Education & Human Development

    Jane Arnold Lincove  University of Maryland, Baltimore County,USA

    Constance A. Lindsay       University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,USA

    Fantasy T. Lozada      Virginia Commonwealth  University, Department of Psychology, Developmental Psychology

    Gigi Luk       McGill University,Canada

    Issac McFarlin, Jr.      University of Michigan, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy,USA

    Tatiana Melguizo University of Southern California,USA

    P. Zitlali Morales University of Illinois at Chicago,USA

    Chandra Muller   University of Texas at Austin

    Lindsay Page      University of Pittsburgh,USA

    Natalia Palacios   University of Virginia, Curry School of Education,USA

    Reinhard Pekrun University of Munich, Department of Psychology,Germany

    Emily Phillips Galloway   Vanderbilt University, College of Education and Human Development,USA

    Morgan Polikoff Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California,USA

    David M. Quinn  University of Southern California,USA

    Heather T. Rowan-Kenyon      Boston College, Lynch School of Education and Human Development

    Teomara Rutherford   North  Carolina State University, Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences,USA

    Nayssan Safavian       University of California, Irvine

    Barbara Schneider      Michigan State University, College of Education and Department of Sociology

    Janelle Scott University of California, Berkeley,USA

    Zewelanji Serpell       Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Psychology,USA

    Jessaca Spybrook       Western Michigan University,USA

    Lori L. Taylor      Texas A&M University, Bush School of Government and Public Service,USA

    Ulrich Trautwein University of Tübingen,Germany

    Ming-Te Wang    University of Pittsburgh,USA

    Martin R. West    Harvard University, Graduate School of Education

    Tiffany A. Whittaker  The University of Texas at Austin,USA

    Daniel T. Willingham University of Virginia,USA

    Vivian C. Wong  University of Virginia, Curry School of Education

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