We invite you to consider submitting your work to the Journal of Extension (JOE) for review and publication. From this portal, authors interested in publishing in JOE can link to materials containing must-have information not only for submitting a manuscript but also for crafting a manuscript that is likely to be accepted.
Other audiences who can benefit from the materials listed here include faculty teaching graduate students working on research projects with potentially publishable results. One thing these faculty teach (or should teach) is how to write for a refereed journal. The linked-to materials, although necessarily specific to JOE, provide an accessible springboard for discussions on writing articles for any refereed journal.
Because the lists of links below are updated as needed, prospective authors should check this page regularly for new information.
From the Editor’s Desk
- Getting Published in JOE—Strategies for Success
- Writing About Research: Think Clarity! (webinar)
- Strategies for Achieving Clarity in Research Writing
- Teach Your Students Well
- Bad Writing Obscures Good Work
- Answer the "So What?" Question for Extension
- Headings Help Readers and Authors
- Citing JOE Articles—Why and How
- What's Wrong with Skimpy References Sections?
- A Few Words About References
- Linking to JOE Articles
- Responding to JOE Reviews
- Dealing with Rejection