ALAR Journal Contribution Guidelines

Through the ALAR Journal we aim to promote the study and practice of action learning and action research and to develop personal networking on a global basis.We welcome contributions in the form of:

n     articles (up to 10 A4 pages double spaced)

n            letters to the editor

n            profiles of people (including yourself) engaged in action research or action learning

n            project descriptions, including work in progress (maximum 1000 words)

n            information about a local action research/action learning network

n            items of interest (including conferences, seminars and new publications)

n            book reviews

n            report on a study or research trip

n            comments on previous contributions

You are invited to base your writing style and approach on the material in this copy of the journal, and to keep all contributions brief.  The journal is not entirely a refereed publication. It supports the idea of developing young scholars and offering them and practitioners the opportunity to publish. In future the journal will allow for two sections: One for refereed papers and a second for other contributions. Prospective contributors are requested to indicate if they would like their contributions to be peer reviewed. All submissions, though,  are subject to editorial review.

If you need more information or would like to submit an article, contact the ALAR Editor at