Special thanks to Elena Strauman in Communication for passing this opportunity on to me. There is a call for papers for those who are doing something interesting with technology in their teaching:
Lorraine D. Jackson, firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR PAPERS Academic Exchange Quarterly, Winter 2010
Educational Technologies: Innovations, Experiences and Outcomes
Academic Exchange Quarterly is a peer reviewed journal that publishes articles related to effective teaching and learning. Instruction is now being delivered in a variety of ways, including through online or hybrid “blended” courses. Faculty members are becoming facilitators of online learning environments who use a variety of tools to achieve pedagogical objectives. Some of these tools include Learning Management Systems, internet resources, discussion forums, WIKI’s, blogs, e-Portfolios, pod-casting, tutorials, simulations, and virtual environments, to name a few.
This issue explores research and practice related to educational technologies. How are innovative technologies being used in education, and with what effects? If you are using educational technologies or are conducting research in this area, consider submitting an article. Case studies, experiences, and conclusions based on data are welcome. Submissions are typically 2000-3000 words (approx. 6-7 single spaced pages). Deadline: end of July 2010 to be considered for Editor’s Choice, or August 31, 2010 at the latest.
Please identify your submission with the keyword: ELEARNING.
The full call for papers may be viewed at http://rapidintellect.com/AEQweb/6elearn.htm
Questions can be addressed to:
Dr. Lorraine D. Jackson, Feature Editor at: email@example.com
Academic Exchange Quarterly print edition has readers in 50 U.S. states and over 60 countries.
If you’d like to try but need assistance writing up the tech part feel free to contact me. I’d love to help in any way that I can!