Academic Exchange Quarterly (AEQ)
print edition since 1997
Six simple submission steps

When your answer is YES to all six steps & you meet EARLY submission deadline, we
guarantee to review your article in 6-9 weeks.   Otherwise, expect review in 2-4 months.
  1. My submission is identified by a keyword listed under Calls for Papers
  2. When authors hold copyright, AEQ welcomes papers
    • derived from doctoral study, practicum or a larger underwritten research.
    • presented at a conference, symposium, or workshop
    • resulted from project, research conducted under a grant or fellowship
    I understand there are differences in aims, results, conclusions, and format
    between said writing and academic articles in AEQ.    I made appropriate changes.
  3. Paper's length (abstract, text, references) is 2000 - 3000 words; and adheres to the
    sample manuscript layout.   There are no mathematical symbols or foreign script .
  4. Submission is a clean copy - free of metadata, hidden text, and header/footer
  5. Submission is made by e-mail
    as an attachment in MS Word DOC or DOCX file, size less than 100 KB,
  6. In order to receive reviews, I must sign and return by postal mail or e-mail
    Manuscript Authentication & Copyright Agreement.
     If not all YES, go to Procedure, Requirements, Deadline & Editorial Policy
We may disregard received submission when author’s name and
verifiable academic affiliation (full postal address) are missing from the email
AND/OR when you fail to observe all “Six simple submission steps”

Impact Factor   AEQ "impact factor" is straightforward WYSIWYG:   8, 750 citations for 2014-2018
   
       NOTE Google Scholar number of citations (8,750) differs from Google Scholar Metrics number.
       AEQ accepts the former but rejects the latter, because Google Scholar Metrics is a product of
       some logarithmic technique similar to Thomson-Reuters impact factor or Eigenfactor
       which are not reliable as WYSIWYG is.

Indexing and/or Full-Text
  • Academic Exchange Quarterly archives articles, in print and digital format, in multiple
    places around the world to guarantee long-term preservation e.g.   The British Library
    has the full set of Academic Exchange Quarterly print edition, 1997 – 2017.
  • Academic Exchange Quarterly, 2000-2007, full text articles are available also from
           Cengage Learning – Questia and Gale:
           - Academic OneFile
           - Expanded Academic ASAP
           - Expanded Academic ASAP International
           - Infotrac OneFile
  • Academic Exchange Quarterly, 1997- present, free selected full-text articles are available
           from Wayback Machine is operated by the nonprofit Internet Archive.
  • Many College and University Institutional Repositories subscribe to
           "Academic Exchange Quarterly" print edition
           but collections are limited to their faculty and students
  • Also check ongoing listing, 2001 - 2018, Table of Contents and links to selected full text
           SUBMISSIONS   REVIEWED   AND   SCHEDULED   FOR   PUBLICATION

Academic Exchange Quarterly (AEQ) print edition
since 1997 a subscription based journal
has authors and readers in 50+ countries


CALL   FOR   PAPERS
To meet increasing needs of many AEQ readers in 50+ countries,
whose interests may vary from topics in the print edition -- starting now
AEQ welcomes 3 new types of submissions, open access essays (reviews)
with increased emphasis on content useful and meaningful to readers
with English as a 2nd language. Details in 32 calls for papers.

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