This is my last Blog.
The system no longer works, it is practically impossible to comment on blogs due to Capcha's because they don't work, I know I typed a response correctly but it still wouldn't let me in. The technology is unreliable, totally broken, and other than that people are migrating from the blog world in droves.
No I am going back to the original concept of my web site. I shall over time be reforming that and all I shall post hereafter are links to it.
This blog will remain as historical material until Google finally pulls the plugs (which I expect they will eventually)
Autism Hub, Autismo, you too are history, avec les neiges d'antan and newsnet in it's time.
Friday, October 19, 2012
Please distribute widely
1st Call for Papers
The theme is ‘Cure or curiosity, What drives autism research?’
This is the first call for papers for “Autonomy” The critical Journal of Interdisciplinary Autism Studies, published through the Open Journals System, by the Autreach Press.
We are an open access peer reviewed journal, with the aim of encouraging discourse between the different academic disciplines engaged in autism research, with the focus on being autistic led. We therefore particularly welcome and encourage papers from autistic scholars who have not been published before.
We invite submissions, Academic Papers, Comment, and Reviews. (This includes reviews of all media including conferences)
The submissions process is on line but not exclusively, so we will also accept papers submitted by email, provided they are in a format that can be understood and edited. Alternative modes of submission will also be considered if this is an access issue, please contact the principal editor for further details
We do not set a house citation style, but do require citation and referencing.
Authors retain copyright but grant the journal a creative commons attribution 3 licence on any material submitted.
Further details can be found on http://www.autreach.info
For any further queries please email the Principal Editor at email@example.com
The deadline for the next issue is December 18th 2012
Laurence Arnold PGCert (SpEd) FRSA
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