Issue Index
Each entry has a link to Issue Cover and Table of Contents
Acceptance Rate varies from issue to issue.
   See ACCEPTANCE RATE NOTE


  Acceptance Rate 20% Fal 2007, Volume 11, Issue 3, 246 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- One Decade of Past Accomplishments; A Second Decade of Challenges
          -- Service-Learning: Judith H. Munter, Ph.D. - University of Texas at El Paso


  Acceptance Rate 17% Sum 2007, Volume 11, Issue 2, 256 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- Teaching Leadership/Teaching Leaders: JoAnn Danelo Barbour, Ph.D. - Texas Woman’s University
          -- Mathematics: Dr. Martha Tapia - Berry College
              Dr. Anna C. McFadden - The University of Alabama
              Dr. John J. Ketterer - Jacksonville State University


  Acceptance Rate 22% Spr 2007, Volume 11, Issue 1, 240 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- Teaching the Novel and Short Fiction: James B. Kelley, Ph. D. - Mississippi State University – Meridian


  Acceptance Rate 19% Win 2006, Volume 10, Issue 4, 282 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- Self-regulation of Learning: Héfer Bembenutty, Ph. D. - Queens College of the City University of New York
  -- Political Science: Dr. David L. Weiden - Illinois State University


  Acceptance Rate 27% Fal 2006, Volume 10, Issue 3, 284 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- Assessment: Kristin K. Stang, Ph.D., - California State University &
  Melinda R. Pearson, Ph.D., - California State University


  Acceptance Rate 28% Sum 2006, Volume 10, Issue 2, 294 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- Student: Daniel L. McCollum, Ph.D. - University of Houston
  -- Teaching Leadership: JoAnn Danelo Barbour, Ph.D. - Texas Woman’s University


  Acceptance Rate 28% Spr 2006, Volume 10, Issue 1, 280 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- Service-Learning: Dr. Judith Hope Munter - University of Texas at El Paso
  -- Approaches to Language: K. Sarah-Jane Murray, Ph.D. Baylor University, TX


  Acceptance Rate 29% Win 2005, Volume 9, Issue 4, 302 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- Teacher Efficacy: Dr. Peggy P. Chen, Hunter College, CUNY
  -- Self-Regulation of Learning: Hefer Bembenutty, Ph.D. Queens College of the City University of New York


  Acceptance Rate 28% Fal 2005, Volume 9, Issue 3, 362 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- Mathematics: Dr. Martha Tapia, Berry College, GA; et.al.



  Acceptance Rate 29% Sum 2005, Volume 9, Issue 2, 328 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- Teaching Leadership: JoAnn Danelo Barbour, Ph.D., Texas Woman’s University
  -- The 8th Anniversary (32nd issue): Dr. Ben Varner, University of Northern Colorado


  Acceptance Rate 28% Spr 2005, Volume 9, Issue 1, 304 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- Service-Learning: Dr. Judith Hope Munter, University of Texas at El Paso
  -- Teaching the Novel and Short Fiction: James B. Kelley, PhD, Mississippi State University - Meridian


  Acceptance Rate 19% Win 2004, Volume 8, Issue 4, 284 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- Online Learning: Dr. Ben Varner, University of Northern Colorado
  -- Information Literacy: Elizabeth Blakesley Lindsay, Washington State University


  Acceptance Rate 31% Fal 2004, Volume 8, Issue 3, 294 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- Teacher Action Research: Marjorie Hall Haley, PhD, George Mason University, VA
  -- Collaboration and Consultation: Melinda R. Pierson, PhD, California State University, Fullerton; et.al.


  Acceptance Rate 27% Sum 2004, Volume 8, Issue 2, 286 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- ROTC/Service Academies: Dr. Alexander Waid, United States Coast Guard Academy, CT
  -- Mathematics: Dr. George E. Marsh II, The University of Alabama; et.al.


  Acceptance Rate 26% Spr 2004, Volume 8, Issue 1, 316 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- Management: Teresa Torres-Coronas, PhD, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain; et.al.
  -- Media Literacy: Dr. Lesley S. J. Farmer, California State University, Long Beach


  Acceptance Rate 23% Win 2003, Volume 7, Issue 4, 324 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- Teaching Environmental Literature: Kandi Tayebi, Ph.D., Sam Houston State University, TX



  Acceptance Rate 29% Fal 2003, Volume 7, Issue 3, 330 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- Collaboration and Consultation: Tamarah M. Ashton, Ph.D., California State University, Northridge; et.al.
  -- The Many Faces of Information Competence: Dr. Michael Adams, City University of New York Graduate Center; et.al.

Keyword/Subject Index        Author/Title Index        School Index

Published articles are available in four formats: print, online, digital, and HTML version.


39% - Sum 2003, Volume 7, Issue 2, 346 pages Various Topics + Special Sections: Service-Learning Dr.Judith Hope Munter, University of Texas at El Paso Teaching the Novel and Short Fiction Dr. Lew Kamm, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth   Acceptance Rate 00% xxx 200x, Volume 00, Issue 0, 000 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- ttt: nnnnn
  -- ttt: nnn


43% - Spr 2003, Volume 7, Issue 1, 302 pages Various Topics + Special Sections: Learning and Teaching on the Web Michael Lorenzen, Head of Reference Services, Central Michigan University Expanding the Language Teaching and Learning Knowledge Base Dr. Mike Garant, University of Tampere, Finland   Acceptance Rate 00% xxx 200x, Volume 00, Issue 0, 000 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- ttt: nnnnn
  -- ttt: nnn


46% -Win 2002, Volume 6, Issue 4, 230 pages Various Topics + Special Sections: Information Literacy Elizabeth Blakesley Lindsay, University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth Teaching of Literature and Culture Dr. Rebecca L. Chism, Kent State University, OH   Acceptance Rate 00% xxx 200x, Volume 00, Issue 0, 000 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- ttt: nnnnn
  -- ttt: nnn


53% -Fal 2002, Volume 6, Issue 3, 204 pages Various Topics + Special Sections: Teaching on the Frontiers of Health Care William H. Wiist, DHSc, MPH, Walden University, MN   Acceptance Rate 00% xxx 200x, Volume 00, Issue 0, 000 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- ttt: nnnnn
  -- ttt: nnn


49% -Sum 2002, Volume 6, Issue 2, 194 pages Various Topics + Special Sections: Issues and Trends Related to Teaching Students with Disabilities Tamarah M. Ashton, Ph.D., California State University, Northridge Melinda R. Pierson, Ph.D., California State University, Fullerton   Acceptance Rate 00% xxx 200x, Volume 00, Issue 0, 000 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- ttt: nnnnn
  -- ttt: nnn


47% -Spr 2002, Volume 6, Issue 1, 242 pages Various Topics + Special Sections: The scholarship of teaching and learning Ben Varner, Ph.D., University of Northern Colorado   Acceptance Rate 00% xxx 200x, Volume 00, Issue 0, 000 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- ttt: nnnnn
  -- ttt: nnn


51% -Win 2001, Volume 5, Issue 4, 218 pages Various Topics + Special Sections: Online Instruction and Its Assessment Ben Varner, Ph.D., University of Northern Colorado   Acceptance Rate 00% xxx 200x, Volume 00, Issue 0, 000 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- ttt: nnnnn
  -- ttt: nnn


47% -Fal 2001, Volume 5, Issue 3, 204 pages Various Topics + Special Sections: Language Teaching and Learning Dr. Mike Garant, University of Tampere, Finland   Acceptance Rate 00% xxx 200x, Volume 00, Issue 0, 000 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- ttt: nnnnn
  -- ttt: nnn


44% -Sum 2001, Volume 5, Issue 2, 202 pages Various Topics + Special Sections: Student Perceptions, Beliefs, or Attitudes Dr. Rosaria Caporrimo, New York City Board of Ed   Acceptance Rate 00% xxx 200x, Volume 00, Issue 0, 000 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- ttt: nnnnn
  -- ttt: nnn


53% -Spr 2001, Volume 5, Issue 1, 124 pages Various Topics + Special Sections: Assessment Dr. Kenneth W. Borland, Jr., Montana State University   Acceptance Rate 00% xxx 200x, Volume 00, Issue 0, 000 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- ttt: nnnnn
  -- ttt: nnn


45% -Win 2000, Volume 4, Issue 4, 124 pages Various Topics + Special Sections: Guide to Service-Learning Judith H. Munter, Ph.D., University of Texas at El Paso   Acceptance Rate 00% xxx 200x, Volume 00, Issue 0, 000 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- ttt: nnnnn
  -- ttt: nnn


39% -Fal 2000, Volume 4, Issue 3, 136 pages Various Topics + Special Sections: Distance Education and Critical Thinking Dr. Brian E. Shmaefsky, Kingwood College, TX   Acceptance Rate 00% xxx 200x, Volume 00, Issue 0, 000 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- ttt: nnnnn
  -- ttt: nnn


45% -Sum 2000, Volume 4, Issue 2, 130 pages Various Topics + Special Sections: Many Faces of the Community College Dr. Linda Serra Hagedorn, University of Southern California   Acceptance Rate 00% xxx 200x, Volume 00, Issue 0, 000 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- ttt: nnnnn
  -- ttt: nnn


29% -Spr 2000, Volume 4, Issue 1, 120 pages Various Topics + Special Sections: Service-Learning Part II Dr. Kelly Ward, Oklahoma State University   Acceptance Rate 14% Win 1999, Volume 3, Issue 4, 140 pages Various Topics + Special Sections
  -- Service-Learning: Dr. Kelly Ward, Oklahoma State University
 					
    
    31% -Fal 1999, Volume 3, Issue 3,  92 pages: Online Education 

    17% -Sum 1999, Volume 3, Issue 2,  88 pages: full text

    28% -Spr 1999, Volume 3, Issue 1,  86 pages: full text

    24% -Win 1998, Volume 2, Issue 4,  74 pages: full text
                      
    26% -Fal 1998, Volume 2, Issue 3,  88 pages

    32% -Sum 1998, Volume 2, Issue 2,  76 pages

    34% -Spr 1998, Volume 2, Issue 1,  76 pages

    41% -Win 1997, Volume 1, Issue 2, 76 pages   

    45% -Fal 1997, Volume 1, Issue 1, 76 pages: selected pages  


ACCEPTANCE RATE NOTE:  Some journals have a lower acceptance rate than 
Academic Exchange Quarterly.  However, this rate can be misleading, especially if 
one considers the number of pages allocated to a specific issue or even the 
journal's affiliation.

For example, if the Summer 2002 issue of AEQ had been restricted to 97 pages, rather 
than 194, several worthy articles would have had to go unpublished, and the 
acceptance rate for the issue would have been reduced to as low as 25%.  Given the 
increasing number of articles recommended for publication through AEQ's double-blind 
peer review process  as well as the journal's goal to enhance colleagues' knowledge 
of the theory and practice of teaching on a multidisciplinary basis, we consider it 
appropriate to expand the length of our quarterly issues and enhance our mission by 
publishing all articles recommended on their merit.  Fall 2003 issue had 330 pages 
- the largest number of pages in a single volume in the journal's history.
 
Academic Exchange Quarterly is 100% self-supported, so there is no need or pressure 
to pre-allocate any of the journal's space to subscribers, sponsors, or corporate 
owners. For instance, if an affiliated journal has a reported acceptance rate of 40% 
but pre-allocates half of the space to its members, the acceptance rate is actually 
80% to members and only 20% or lower to outsiders.   
All issue-acceptance-rate calculations are done on monthly basis and are 
made via open and transparent process described on journal's website.

Process in calculating issue-acceptance-rate involves the following steps.  
1. Each monthly entry starts with a symbol 
2. Initial number of submissions and inquiries is shown by four digit number, in
	grey color, next to the right of a given month. See TRACK-YOUR-SUBMISSION
	Read explanation of symbols for Monthly Activity Report
3. Two digit number starting with letter "t" indicates total number of submissions 
	for a given month - accepted for a blind review - excluding 21%-59% 
	of manuscripts that were rejected at the start. The two numbers, 21-59, 
	represent the lowest and the highest recorded rejection.
4. Submissions rejected after the blind review are listed here
	SUSPENDED OR SCHEDULED TO BE REMOVED 
5. Submissions accepted after the blind review are listed here
	REVIEWED AND SCHEDULED FOR PUBLICATION 
6. Academic Exchange Quarterly publishes four issues a year, i.e., one issue 
	every three months.
7. Hence, usually three-month-calculation will produce issue-acceptance-rate.
8. Said process provides general overview of steps leading to calculation of 
	issue-acceptance-rate and not precise measures - which may involve 
	algorithm computation.  

Sorry, we are unable to break down issue acceptance rate by topic acceptance rate.

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