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All work should be original and previously unpublished. Submissions based on research should include discussions of approach, methodology and analysis, and when possible, research data should be made publicly available. Successful approaches as well as those that were not successful will be considered.
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The Journal of Teaching Disability Studies aims to provide all content in formats that are accessible to all potential audiences. Work that incorporates a range of multimedia formats should take access into account. Detailed Style guidelines, ethics guidelines and accessibility guidelines are available on the submissions page.