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The Society for Conceptual Logistics in Communication Research is involved in several projects. Many our own members execute and others SCLCR sponsors.
Some of our projects include:
A major project of SCLCR is the Journal of Concepts in Communication. SCLCR was founded to analyze the uses of research terminology. As SCLCR's journal, JCC is designed to encourage extended critical discussions of "conceptual controversies." It publishes contributions concerning research problematics — articulations of questions researchers develop for the conduct of their projects.
An open access journal leveraging the power of modern web technologies, JCC is a home to transdisciplinary research in human communication. We are quite proud of our Advisory Board composed of highly regarded members of academic and professional circles.
SCLCR actively seeks to share its work with the communities both academic and practical. We submit work to peer reviewed journals and books as well as to popular press outlets.
SCLCR supports and sponsors various conferences and academic gatherings. We attempt to provide venues that will be fruitful for collaboration and learning but without many of the barriers to participation and productivity.
To this end, SCLCR sponsors conferences online, among students, and in conjunction with larger communication research organizations.
A major component of Conceptual Logistics is the reassessment of the format and role of textbooks in higher education. To this end, SCLCR is developing tools to leverage the collaborative and financial advantages of online/electronic formats.