Call for Papers: Currents in Teaching and Learning

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Subject Fields: 
Teaching and Learning, Digital Humanities

Dear Colleagues,

Please consider submitting your scholarly work on teaching and learning to Currents in Teaching and Learning (https://www.worcester.edu/currents/). Currents is a peer-reviewed electronic journal that aims to improve teaching and learning in higher education by publishing research reports and theoretical articles from teacher-scholars around the world. The journal regularly publishes two issues per year: an open-ended Fall issue and a themed issue in the Spring.  

We welcome all teaching and learning-related submissions for the Fall 2019 issue (deadline August 15, 2019). The theme for the Spring 2020 issue is “Digital Pedagogies”—topics at the intersection of technology, teaching, and learning (deadline December 15, 2019; see the Currents website for more info about the theme: https://www.worcester.edu/currents).

Submissions should be jargon-free, aimed at non-specialist teacher-scholars. All submissions must be original, previously unpublished, and broadly relevant to teaching and learning in higher education. We welcome short reports on classroom practices (2850–5700 words), longer research reports or theoretical articles (5700-7125 words), and book reviews.

For short reports, research reports, and theoretical articles, send all inquiries to Editor Benjamin D. Jee at currents@worcester.edu.  For book reviews, send all inquiries to Book Review Editor Kisha Tracy at ktracy3@fitchburgstate.edu. No unsolicited reviews, please.

Submissions received after the deadlines will be considered on a rolling basis and for a later issue. For submission guidelines, visit the Currents website www.worcester.edu/currents). 

Currents in Teaching and Learning is a publication of Worcester State University, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. ISSN: 1945-3043

Contact: Benjamin Jee <bjee@worcester.edu>
Submitter: bjee (Sunday, July 14, 2019)

Contact Info: 

Contact: Benjamin Jee <bjee@worcester.edu>