Statement of Purpose
As an official publication of NCLCA, The Learning Assistance Review seeks to foster communication among learning center professionals. Its audience includes learning center administrators, teaching staff, and tutors, as well as other faculty members and administrators who are interested in improving the learning skills of postsecondary students. The Learning Assistance Review is available free of charge to all NCLCA members. The library or institutional subscription rate is $50.00.
The Learning Assistance Review aims to publish scholarly articles and reviews that address issues of interest to a broad range of academic professionals. Primary consideration will be given to articles about program design and evaluation, classroom-based research, the application of theory and research to practice, innovative teaching strategies, student assessment, and other topics that bridge gaps within our diverse profession.
The journal is published twice a year, in the spring and fall. The co-editors are issuing this call for manuscripts to all learning professionals who are interested in contributing to the field through the publication of relevant, scholarly articles. All submissions are subject to a masked review process.
Manuscripts will be forwarded to the editorial board for masked peer review. Authors will then be notified regarding the status of their articles and will receive recommendations and feedback in a timely manner.
Click here for a sample article in PDF.
(The Physical Environment of Learning Support Centers, by William G. White, Jr., from the Spring 2004 issue.)
TLAR Table of Contents for Volumes 1 - 18
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The editor encourages your contributions. Address inquiries to:
Missouri State University
Meyer Library 112
901 South National Ave.
Springfield, MO 65897