[RUME] Information about the Journal of Modern Education Review

Annie Selden js9484 at usit.net
Wed Oct 24 10:29:33 EDT 2012


Dear all,

I received the message (below) because I belong to RCML,
another organization of math ed researchers. It provides information,
and a warning, about considering publishing in the Journal
of Modern Education Review.

Annie

>From: Mary Swarthout <mbs001 at shsu.edu>
>Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2012 07:53:22 -0500
>Subject: RCML Message - Information and Research for Your Use About 
>the Journal of Modern Education Review
>To: <swarthout at shsu.edu>
>
>>Dear RCML Friends -
>>You may have received a recent email from the publishers of the 
>>Journal of Modern Education Review because of your article 
>>contributions to recent RCML conference proceedings 
>>documents.  Please note that RCML has no connection to this 
>>journal, nor did RCML supply this journal with the conference 
>>participant list. The Executive Board of RCML has gathered some 
>>information that you may find useful in considering submission of 
>>your work to the Journal of Modern Education Review.  Below you 
>>will find the email sent to request further information and the 
>>full response from the journal staff.  The email from the  journal 
>>indicates that they may charge processing fees and charge per page 
>>publication fees.  Also, you may want to check out the provided 
>>library website provided below for further details as you make your 
>>professional decisions about publication of your research work.
>>
>>We hope that providing you with access to this information will be 
>>useful - and appreciate your participation in RCML.  Look for the 
>>RCML newsletter with details about the 2013 conference in Tulsa and 
>>upcoming elections as we bring our membership year to a close.
>>
>>
>>
>>Sent by Mary Swarthout, RCML President-Elect on behalf of the RCML 
>>Executive Board
>>
>>
>
>
>>
>>Additional info from a library site provides some details from the 
>>search regarding this journal of a reference 
>>librarian: 
>><http://answers.library.uhd.edu/a.php?qid=157923>http://answers.library.uhd.edu/a.php?qid=157923
>>
>>
>>>>From:  Mary Swarthout
>>>>Date:  2012-10-17  04:57:30
>>>>To:  education
>>>>Cc:
>>>>Subject:  Publication Costs - Journal of Modern Education Review
>>>>
>>>>Your recent email to me provided information about your journal 
>>>>and the submission process. One item indicated that authors are 
>>>>not paid for publishing work in the journal.  What would be 
>>>>helpful would be any information about scenarios that would 
>>>>result in costs to authors for articles printed in the 
>>>>publication.  Are any such costs passed on to authors for 
>>>>articles accepted for publication?Where is your journal 
>>>>available?  Is it an on-line or print journal?  How many volumes 
>>>>are in print and available to researchers? Or when is the date 
>>>>for the journal's first issue?
>>>>
>>>>I appreciate receiving any information possible -
>>>>
>>>>Dr. Mary Swarthout
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>Mary B. Swarthout, Ph.D.
>>>>Associate Professor of Mathematics
>>>>Department of Mathematics & Statistics
>>>>Sam Houston State University
>>>>Box 2206
>>>>Huntsville, TX  77341-2206
>>>>936-294-3708 (office)
>>>><mailto:swarthout at shsu.edu>swarthout at shsu.edu
>>
>>>>From: Journal of Modern Education Review 
>>>><<mailto:education at academicstar.us>education at academicstar.us>
>>>>Date: October 17, 2012 10:55:54 AM CDT
>>>>To: Mary Swarthout <<mailto:mbs001 at shsu.edu>mbs001 at shsu.edu>
>>>>Subject: Re: Publication Costs - Journal of Modern Education Review
>>>>
>>>>Dear Dr. Mary Swarthout,
>>>>
>>>>Glad to get your reply. If your paper is accepted, you should pay 
>>>>some processing fee to us. The flat price is US$50 per page which 
>>>>is in our format. Our publication is published both in print and 
>>>>online. Our journal is a very new journal and it publishes its 
>>>>second issue now. Expect to get your paper soon.
>>>>
>>>>Best regards,
>>>>
>>>>Betty
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>2012-10-17
>>>>
>>>>Journal of Modern Education Review
>>>>
>
>Mary B. Swarthout, Ph.D.
>Associate Professor of Mathematics
>Department of Mathematics & Statistics
>Sam Houston State University
>Box 2206
>Huntsville, TX  77341-2206
>936-294-3708 (office)
><mailto:swarthout at shsu.edu>swarthout at shsu.edu

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Tennessee Technological University
Adjunct Professor, New Mexico State University
Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
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