Collaborate with DAS on Research

Are you a researcher?

Collaborate with DAS on Research

At the Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS), we believe in the power of research to drive positive change and empower individuals with dyslexia. Our commitment to evidence-based programmes for our students and a deep understanding of our clientele is at the heart of our mission. We invite you to join hands with us in this transformative journey of discovery and collaboration.

Why Collaborate with DAS on Research?

  1. Reinforcing Evidence-Based Programmes: Your research at DAS can directly contribute to the enhancement and refinement of evidence-based programmes for students who learn differently. Your findings have the potential to make a real impact in the lives of individuals with dyslexia, specific learning differences and those who struggle to learn.

  2. Regional Collaboration: DAS collaborates not only with local educational institutions but also with partners across the Asia Pacific region. Your research can foster connections and collaborations that transcend borders, enriching the collective knowledge base.

  3. International Exposure: DAS researchers have the opportunity to attend overseas conferences annually, where they can share their work, learn about the latest developments in dyslexia research, and network with international experts. Your research could take you to new heights.

  4. Rigorous Peer Review: Rest assured that your work will be rigorously evaluated by our highly esteemed Research Committee and Editorial Board. This peer review process ensures the quality and credibility of the research that goes into our publications.

Publish in the Asia Pacific Journal of Developmental Differences

Your contributions will find a home in our flagship publication, the Asia Pacific Journal of Developmental Differences. This journal, published biannually in January and July, is dedicated to advancing our understanding of developmental differences in the Asia Pacific region. Manuscripts are selected based on several criteria:

  • Contribution to the understanding of developmental differences and their applications in educational, social, and cultural contexts.
  • Adherence to sound research methods, accurate interpretation, and validity of results.
  • Clarity and organisation in writing.
  • Relevance to the local Asian context.
  • Originality, with the requirement that submissions have not been previously submitted to other journals or publications.

Explore the APJDD here

 
Guidelines for Submission

When submitting your research to DAS, please follow these guidelines:

  • Prepare your manuscript using the American Psychological Association (APA) standard of referencing and publication. The APA style promotes clarity, conciseness, and simplicity in writing, ensuring the highest quality of research.
  • Submit your manuscript in both MS Word and PDF formats. The PDF copy is essential for publishing, ensuring that fonts, graphs, and diagrams are accurately represented.
  • Electronic submissions are preferred, and there is no need to provide hard copies of manuscripts.

If you’re a researcher dedicated to advancing our understanding of dyslexia and learning differences, we invite you to collaborate with DAS. Your work can have a profound impact on the lives of individuals with dyslexia and contribute to the broader field of developmental differences research. Join us in our mission to make a difference through research. Together, we can create a brighter future for those with dyslexia in the Asia Pacific region and beyond.

More information about Research at DAS