by Chareen Snelson
Articles of about 3000 words are being solicited for the Winter 2007
issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly.
This is a great opportunity for graduate students (or anyone else) to
get published in a peer reviewed journal.
More Information: http://rapidintellect.com/AEQweb/5multi.htm
The winter 2007 edition of Academic Exchange Quarterly will contain a
selection of articles on the topic of "Educational Multimedia and
Hypermedia." Academic Exchange Quarterly is a double-blind peer
reviewed print journal featuring articles from multiple academic areas.
The readership is approximately 24,000 for the print edition. Articles
are also available electronically through databases such as Expanded
Academic, Expanded Academic International, and Infotrac OneFile.
Focus of the upcoming section on educational multimedia and hypermedia:
*Articles describing how educators and/or researchers are using
-PowerPoint in new and innovative ways
-online photo/video/sound archives
-virtual 3D worlds
-multimedia games or simulations
-mobile technologies (e.g. cell phones or portable digital assistants
with cameras, portable music or video players)
-multimedia to support new directions in research or data collection
-multimedia used as assessments for learning
*Articles that consider the theoretical, ethical, and budgetary impact
of multimedia technologies in all of its emerging forms.
*Preference will be given to newer forms of multimedia technology, but
all innovative uses will be considered. In addition, experiments need
not be wholly successful to be of interest -- when well-analyzed,
unexpected results can add to our knowledge as well.
Who May Submit:
Submissions are welcome from teachers, professors, librarians,
trainers, administrators, and graduate students who actively use
multimedia for instructional or research purposes, or who are in the
process of adopting it. Please identify your submission with keyword:
any time until the end of August 2007; see details for other deadline
options like early, regular, and short.