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Clearinghouse: Prepare Resources for Submission

Intended Audience: Project Contributors


The Research Clearinghouse is a dynamic and ever-evolving repository of knowledge, and contributors play a pivotal role in enriching its wealth of references within the realms of K-12 online and blended learning. By contributing relevant resources, these esteemed individuals have the opportunity to enhance the depth and breadth of the clearinghouse, fostering a comprehensive and cutting-edge collection of materials.

This comprehensive process outlines the steps necessary for contributors to seamlessly integrate new resources into the Research Clearinghouse, ensuring a streamlined and efficient approach to knowledge sharing.


  1. First, check the Research Clearinghouse to ensure that the resources you wish to add are not already listed. To streamline this process, we suggest using keywords in your bibliographic software to track submissions.

  2. Next, ensure that the resources are relevant. They should pertain to K-12 online and blended learning or have significant implications for this field. The Clearinghouse is not intended for news reports or general articles on online learning; its focus is on primary source documents such as dissertations, reports, white papers, journals, articles, book chapters, books, conference proceedings, and legislation.

  3. Then, ensure that the references are complete. Please verify that all information is accurately entered according to APA 6th Edition guidelines. The chart below outlines key fields that should be completed for various types of references wherever possible.

  4. Finally, generate and submit the output file.

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Book ChapterAbstract, Authors, Book Title, Chapter Title, Editors, End Page, ISSN/ISBN, Publication Date, Publication Place, Publisher, Start Page
Edited Book

Abstract, Book Title, Editors, ISBN, Publication Date, Publication Place, Publisher


Abstract, Authors, DOI, End Page, Issue, Journal, Publication Date, Start Page, Title, URL for Full Text, Volume


Abstract, Author, Degree, Institution, Publication Date, Title, URL for Full Text

Book Whole

Abstract, Authors, Book Title, ISBN, Publication Date, Publication Place, Publisher

Conference Proceeding

Abstract, Authors, Editors, End Page, Proceedings Title, Publication Date, Publication Place, Publisher, Start Page, Title, URL for Full Text


Abstract, Authors, DOI, Publication Date, Publication Place, Publisher, Series Title, Title, URL for Full Text


Act Title, Authors, Number, Publication Date, Title/Code, URL for Full Text

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