CFP: Teaching Open-Admission Students (3/1/03; journal issue)

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The Journal of Teaching Academic Survival Skills (JTASS) is seeking =
articles for its next issue. JTASS is a multi-disciplinary, refereed =
journal that publishes articles focusing on the teaching of =
open-admissions or other types of =93at-risk=94 students=97those who =
might fall between the cracks in colleges and universities without some =
intervention on our part.

We seek critical work in areas such as instructional strategies, =
political considerations, incidents with students, promising practices, =
student services, program development, and more. We value studies that =
are pertinent to specialists yet accessible to non-specialists or those =
that intersect between disciplines. We are pleased to consider articles =
that extend our definition of the at-risk population or that focus on =
how that condition of being =93at-risk=94 undergoes variation and =
transformation in light of particular environments, class-based markers, =
or learning situations.

To submit a manuscript or learn more about our journal, please contact:

John Tassoni, Editor
Journal of Teaching Academic Survival Skills
Department of English
Miami University Middletown
Middletown, OH 45042

Manuscripts should follow APA format. We accept submissions year-round, =
but for best consideration in our next issue, manuscripts should be =
postmarked no later than March 1, 2003. Contributors can also submit =
electronically to or

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