Extended Call for Chapter Proposals for the open access book: Critical Digital Pedagogy – Broadening Horizons, Bridging Theory and Practice
Edited by Suzan Koseoglu, George Veletsianos, Chris Rowell
The original call for proposals yielded more than enough chapters to fill this book, but we now would like to extend the call to invite women scholars to write on the following topic:
The intersection of Feminist Pedagogy and online, blended or open learning (in the context of Higher Education)
We particularly welcome submissions from women scholars from/in the Global South.
We invite submissions which explore this topic in context through case studies and/or reflective accounts of practice.
Language and style should be accessible to a broad range of readers.
Final submissions are between 3500-4000 words including references.
Chapter proposals will go through an expedited review process – please contact the editors at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
22 October 2020: One page proposal submission (Please feel free to contact the editors before the submission via email@example.com).
25 October 2020: Notification of acceptance (chapter guidelines will be provided)
16 Jan 2021: Full chapter submission (max 3500-4500 words including references)
31 Jan 2021: New chapters are reviewed and the full book manuscript is sent to Athabasca University Press.
Final proposals should be submitted to the editors via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). For further inquiries, please feel free to contact any of the editors.
Athabasca University Press
The final manuscript will be submitted to the Distance Education series at Athabasca University Press. Books in this series offer informative and accessible overviews, research results, discussions and explorations of current issues, technologies and services used in distance education. Its current focus is on digital learning and education, with each volume examining critical issues, emerging trends, and historical perspectives in the field. The series is targeted at a wide group of readers that study and practice digital and online learning. Book published under this series are available at http://aupress.ca/index.php/books/series#DistanceEducation