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About the journal

The Journal of the Analytical Sciences Digital Library (JASDL) seeks to publish original peer-reviewed materials which enhance the pedagogy of Analytical Sciences and related areas. Content in the Journal is divided into three categories: Courseware, Labware, and Educational Practices. Materials included in Courseware are designed to introduce active learning in the classroom. Labware centers on experiments and processes that bring active learning into the laboratory. The section on Educational Practices provides a venue for sharing ideas on pedagogical models. While traditional publication formats are accepted in the Journal, alternate and unconventional media are also accepted for peer-review and publication. These non-traditional formats can include software, webpages, and simulators.

Submissions to the Journal must be original and the author must certify that no copyrighted material is included unless permission has been obtained from the copyright holder for unlimited, royalty free distribution and modification. Once submitted, materials are sent out for review. Reviews are typically returned to the primary author within 3 months. Final publication of accepted materials usually occurs within 6 months. To submit your materials, contact the editor by email.

To be considered for publication, the submitted material must be original and the author must certify that no copyrighted material is included unless permission has been obtained from the copyright holder for unlimited, royalty free distribution and modification.

Please contact Mike Samide, if you are interested in submitting an article and view the submission guidelines




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The Analytical Sciences Digital Library is possible thanks to the support of NSF grants DUE 0121518 to the University of Kansas, DUE 0531941 to the University of California - Riverside, and DUE 0435422 to the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
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