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Subject:

Call for papers: Special issue of Educational Technology & Socie

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"Rossen Rashev" <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 11 Dec 1998 14:41:20 +0100

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"Educational Technology & Society" journal(ISSN 1436-4522)

http://zeus.gmd.de/ifets/periodical/

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** Call for Papers: Special Issue **
Embedding Ubiquitous Use of Educational Technology: is it possible, do we want it,
and, if so, how do we achieve it?

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There are different explanations for why many teachers have not yet got to grips with
learning and teaching technologies, from technophobia through lack of staff development
to the pedagogical inappropriateness of the technologies to hand. There are those who
think this is not important, and that the 'teacher' will go the way of the dinosaur to
be replaced by 'intelligent teaching engines' supervised by deskilled teaching assistants.
Each phase of educational technology in the 20th century has had its enthusiasts, but
ubiquitous use has proved elusive, and predictions of the end of public educational
institutions as we know them have proved premature.

We are calling for proposals for contributions of the following kind:

- Reflective discussions of the problems involved in embedding the use of educational
technologies, looking at the tensions between teachers, pedagogy, technology, and
institutional management etc, and drawing on the literature in this field (up to 7,000
words). 

- Case studies of attempts to diffuse and embed technologies in universities, colleges,
schools, or industrial and commercial training, with a critical perspective on
success/failure (up to 5,000 words). 

- Experiential 'snapshots' from personal practice with a unique, innovative flavour
(up to 1,500 words). 

- Challenges to the 'conventional' ways of viewing this theme, which draw upon modern
technology studies, eg in social science and political economy (up to 5,000 words). 

- Book reviews or literature reviews of relevance to the special theme (up to 1,500 words). 

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Initial proposals should be brief and no more than 500 words, and sent to the guest editor
by Friday April 2nd 1999. Please do not send complete articles until the editor has first
agreed your proposal. 
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** Special issue guest editor **

Chris O'Hagan
Dean of Learning Development
Centre for Educational Development and Media
University of Derby, Kedleston Road
DERBY, DE22 1DA
United Kingdom
E-mail: [log in to unmask] 

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** Important dates **
Deadlines for proposals:   April 2nd, 1999
Deadlines for first draft: July 1st, 1999
Approval of final version: September 3rd, 1999
Publication:               October 1st, 1999
 
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** Submission procedure **

All submissions should go directly to the guest editor Chris O'Hagan, preferably by email
at [log in to unmask]

Articles should be subdivided into numbered or unnumbered sections as appropriate, using
short, meaningful sub-headings. An informative abstract of 75 to 200 words must be included
just after the main title and authors' details. The abstract should present the main points
of the paper and the author's conclusions. Four - five descriptive keywords should follow
the abstract. The references should be listed in alphabetical order at the end of the
article under the heading 'References'. Tables and figures should be included in the text
at appropriate places. Captions must be provided for every table and figure and must be
referenced in the text.

To get familiarity with the style of the journal, please see a previous issue at:
http://zeus.gmd.de/ifets/periodical/

Due to the nature of the journal, all submissions should be in electronic form. Please submit
via email as attached files, or on a 3.5" disk. The preferred formats for submission are Word
document, HTML, RTF and ASCII, but editors will try their best for other formats too. For
figures, BMP, GIF and JPEG (JPG) are the preferred formats. Please supply separate figures in
one of these formats even if they are embedded in text. In case the file(s) can't be opened,
the editor will contact the corresponding author by email.

Please provide following details with each submission:
- Author(s) full name(s) including title(s)
- Job title(s)
- Organisation(s)
- Full contact details of corresponding author including email address, postal address,
  telephone and fax numbers

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