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In addition, following is a list of journals you should consider reviewing.
Adult Education Quarterly: A Journal of Research and Theory. Published quarterly by Sage Publications.
Adult Learning. Published quarterly by the American Association for Adult & Continuing Education.
Human Resource Development Quarterly. Published quarterly by Jossey-Bass Publishing for ASTD.
International Journal of Lifelong Education. Published six times a year by Taylor and Francis.
The Journal of
Continuing Higher Education. Published
three times a year by
New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education. Published quarterly by Jossey-Bass Publishing.
in Adult Education. Published
The PAACE Journal of Lifelong Learning. Published annually by Indiana University of Pennsylvania for the Pennsylvania Association for Adult Continuing Education.
Perspectives: The New York
Journal of Adult Learning. Published twice a year by
T&D (formerly Training and Development Magazine). Published monthly by ASTD.
The following are no longer being published, so look for past issues:
Adult Basic Education
Adult Literacy and Basic Education
Lifelong Learning: An Omnibus of Practice and Research
Lifelong Learning: The Adult Years
Mountain Plains Journal of Adult Education