SALALS accepting manuscripts through ScholarOne

Posted 9 July 2014 by NISC under Announcements & Notices • Journal: Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
SALALS accepting manuscripts through ScholarOne

NISC is delighted to announce that the Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies journal is now accepting manuscripts through ScholarOne!

ScholarOne Manuscripts is an easy to use tool allowing authors to submit work quickly through a comprehensive workflow management system making manuscript submission quick and effortless. It also keeps the author updated as to their paper's progress through the journal's peer-review system with automated email updates and reminders.

All manuscripts that comply with the journal's Instructions to Authors can be submiteed online through the ScholarOne online submissions tool here. More details on the benefits of the ScholarOne Manuscripts tool can be found on their website http://scholarone.com/products/manuscript/.

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