Find answers to the most commonly asked questions about the Journal, including article submissions, permission requests, and online access.
Is the ZERO TO THREE Journal a peer-reviewed Journal?
We do not follow a formal peer review process but do maintain a rigorous editorial process to ensure each article meets our high standards of quality.
Can I submit an article for publication in the Zero to Three Journal?
The articles published in the Journal are generally by invitation due to the fact that each issue is built around a particular theme. Thus, we have limited opportunity to accept unsolicited submissions from the field but will consider them as space permits. If you have an idea for an article, please contact the ZERO TO THREE Journal Editor, Stefanie Powers, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I use a Journal article in my class/training/workshop?
The Journal is the property of ZERO TO THREE and is protected by copyright. As such, permission must be obtained by contacting the Copyright Clearance Center at 978-750-8400 or you can submit your request here.
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Can I earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for reading the ZERO TO THREE Journal?
Yes, beginning with the September 2017 issue, and for all future issues, you can earn CEUs just for reading! The processing fee is $45.00 per issue and per person with a 20% discount for ZERO TO THREE members. 10 contact hours (1.0 CEUs) are awarded for each issue. Contact hours offered may vary per discipline. Learn more.
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