Higher Ed with Social Media
Higher Education with Social Media, Book edited by Charles Wankel; Proposal deadline 28 Feb 2010
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CALL – Higher Education with Social Media, edited by Charles Wankel, St. John’s University, New York
This volume will include chapters on teaching and learning with social media as well as their use for other functions in higher educational institutions. Social media include Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, blogs, virtual worlds such as Second Life, YouTube, vlogs, etc. Chapter length can be vary, though chapters of roughly 6000 to 12000 words in length are expected.
Chapter proposals should be at least 100 words. They should be accompanied by brief biographies for EACH of the chapter authors, which should include: current institutional affiliation and position, contact information (email, phone, and ideally mobile and Skype). If you are on LinkedIn add the editor using firstname.lastname@example.org and include your LinkedIn profile url. Also, included in your brief bio should be a listing of any of your related publications. Chapter proposals and then chapter drafts will undergo several stages of rigorous peer review.
Schedule of due dates:
February 28, 2010: Proposals/bios sent to email@example.com
May 1, 2010: first drafts.
June 7, 2010: revised drafts.
August 2010: publication anticipated.
St. John’s University, New York