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Newsletter 2015

Welcome to the 2015 holiday edition of the Sapient Press Monthly Newsletter! This newsletter will allow you an ongoing peek at the activities of Sapient Press as well as provide you with news and insights on current events or issues within the academic world, conferences, featured websites, resources and more!

Sapient Press is an American-based open access publisher of peer reviewed academic journals that cover a broad range of social science (business, economics, etc.) and education related disciplines. Sapient Press also offers conferences organized to facilitate the sharing of collective research.

Call For Papers

Sapient Press welcomes the submission of manuscripts that relate to a broad range of business, economics and language learning disciplines. Manuscripts should meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence. Sapient press will publish original articles in basic and applied research and case studies. We invite you to submit your manuscripts to editor@sapientpress.com for publication in one of our family of academic journals. Upcoming Special Editions for Graduate Student Papers Due to overwhelming demand, Sapient will be offering special editions of their journals as forums for graduate student publishing. If you are a masters or PhD level student and looking for a venue for your manuscript, please consider one of our journals.

Our featured IJTELL article was written by Jonny Bahk-Halberg, Ph.D. The article, “Interesting Counts: Writing for Readers,” was published in the Intl. Journal of Teaching, Education and Language Learning. The article, based largely on interview data, investigated teachers’ practices and students perceptions related to raising EFL student-writers’ awareness of audience.

On this page, TeachThought has compiled 100 search engines that can be used to aid your academic research. The search engines are divided into various categories such as databases and archives, books and journals, meta searches, etc. Take a look at: http://www.teachthought.com/ learning/100-search-engines-for-academicresearch/