Call for Participation
The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy seeks new members to join our Editorial Collective. We invite applications from graduate students, scholars, and practitioners in all fields who critically and creatively engage with digital technology in their teaching, learning, and research. This is an opportunity to gain experience and mentorship in academic editorship. Prior experience in publishing is not necessary.
The deadline for submissions is October 19th, 2020.
Editorial Collective members should plan to make a minimum of a two-year commitment to work on the journal. Each EC member is expected to:
- Attend regular editorial collective meetings, either in person or remotely (once every 6 weeks or so during the Fall and Spring semesters)
- Participate in ongoing editorial and operating discussions on the JITP’s private group site on the CUNY Academic Commons
- Maintain membership in at least one committee and participate in discussions and tasks central to that committee
- Possibly review one or two submissions to the journal per year, in addition to responsibilities outlined below
Our working committees include Copyediting, Communications & Outreach, Layout Staging, Website Management, Style & Structure, Governance & Oversight, and more. Meticulous copyeditors, Avada-enthusiasts, and those with a flare for social media are particularly encouraged to apply.
By their second year in the Collective, EC members should take on one formal role in the production of the journal, i.e. as an Issue Co-Editor OR Section Editor (e.g. Tool Tips, Reviews etc.) OR Style and Structure Editor.
Our collective is only as strong as the diversity of its members. We therefore actively seek women, people of color, people with disabilities, and others historically excluded from the field as EC members.
How to Apply
If you are interested in joining the Editorial Collective for The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, email our Managing Editor, Patrick DeDauw, at firstname.lastname@example.org, and include the following materials:
- A brief statement of interest (no more than 500 words) describing why you would like to join the collective, what skills and experiences you would bring, and your current program of study
- A current CV