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  • Link to content. Wherever possible, link to content, and not splash screen or welcome pages. When we click the link from the directory, we should find the content immediately.
  • Multiple links to same site. You may submit several links to the same site if the site has distinct areas that fit into different categories of the directory.
  • General pages. Try to avoid submitting pages that cover too many different categories. If the most accurate description is something like "Activities for students, book reviews and articles", then try instead to link each of your areas separately in the most relevant categories. (See "multiple links", above.) This assures that directory users will find your relevant content.
  • On-line articles. To help teachers doing research, submit links directly to your on-line articles. In the description, include the abstract (or a summary if the abstract is too long) and the citation (such as where it was published and the date of publication).
  • Presentation abstracts. Do not submit presentation abstracts unless the link leads to content from the presentation.
  • PDF files. If your submission is a PDF file, please write this at the start of the description: (PDF file)
  • Non-English pages. If the page you're submitting is not in English, please indicate that at the start of the description by using one of these phrases:
      (No English version)
      (Not in English)
    Currently we're trying to avoid using the phrase "In Japanese", since users searching for the term "Japanese" are generally not looking to find articles written in Japanese.
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  • Editing. Your submission description may be edited at our discretion.
  • Rejection. Rejection can be for a number of reasons. Rejection is not to be construed as a negative assessment of your resource. Reasons for rejection include but are not limited to:
    • Insufficient content to merit a link.
    • The link is too general. (see General pages, above)
    • It's irrelevant to language teaching or living in Japan / Asia / abroad.
    • Broken link.
    • The description did not match the contents (see Link to content, above).
    • Spam.
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