Free journal articles – to October 1st

Up to 1st October Sage are providing free access to the 20 Special Educational Needs journals  listed below. This is an excellent opportunity to scan the articles in specialist journals you may not have come across. On the journal homepages, you can do key word searches, look at abstracts and access whole articles. You do have to register of course and Sage suggest various services they could provide for you in the future.


  • Assessment for Effective Intervention
  • Autism
  • Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
  • Communication Disorders Quarterly
  • Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities
  • Gifted Child Quarterly*
  • Intervention in School and Clinic*
  • Journal of Disability Policy Studies
  • Journal of Early Intervention*
  • Journal of Emotional and Behavior Disorders*
  • Journal of Intellectual Disabilities
  • Journal of Learning Disabilities*
  • Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions*
  • Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin*
  • Remedial and Special Education*
  • Teacher Education and Special Education
  • The Journal of Special Education*
  • Topics in Early Childhood Education
  • Word of Mouth
  • Young Exceptional Children


*Ranked in 2008 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2009)


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Find out more

  • Sage Publications  publishers of 20 SEN journals
  • NASEN journals  The British Journal of Special Education(BJSE), the journal Support For Learning(SUFL), and the Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs (international) are journals from the National Association for special educational needs (Nasen)
  • The European Journal of Special Educational Needs Education  The European Journal of Special Educational Needs Education is edited by Dr Seamus Hegarty previously director of the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) and currently director of the International Evaluation and Assessment Association.

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