AEQ Editors meet at AAACE in St Louis

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Since June 2019, Professor Ellen Boeren has been one of three editors of Adult Education Quarterly (AEQ). The other two editors are Dr Liz Roumell from Texas A&M and Dr Kevin Roessger from the Univerity of Arkansas. The team is being supported by administrator Daniel Parker – a doctoral student at Arkansas – and book editor John Holst from Penn State University. AEQ is a longstanding internationally peer-reviewed journal in the field of adult education. The journal accepts empirical and theoretical contributions to the field of adult and continuing education in its broadest sense. AEQ is published by SAGE and the current issue, together with archived issues, can be found online.

As an America Association of Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) flagship journal, meetings between the scholarly community, the editors and the publishers are being organised during the AAACE annual conferences. On Thursday 10 October 2019, the editorial team led a session on ‘How to write for AAACE journals’ at the St. Louis conference, followed by a meeting with the SAGE publication officer. As of 2019, the journal is in a healthy state, its impact factor has increased to 1.438 and it keeps on receiving a good level of high quality and rigorous submission. Any questions about AEQ can be directed to me, Ellen Boeren, using the CR&DALL contact form.

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