Global Perspectives on Educational Innovations for Emergency Situations
An edited volume by
Vanessa Dennen (Florida State University), Camille Dickson-Deane (University of Technology Sydney), Xun Ge (University of Oklahoma), Dirk Ifenthaler (University of Mannheim, Curtin University), Sahana Murthy (IIT Bombay), Jennifer C. Richardson (Purdue University)
to be published open access by Springer, Cham
Call for Proposals
Prospective authors (co-authors are welcome) are invited to submit a chapter proposal, including title, authors, affiliations, abstract describing the content of the chapter (max. 300 words), five keywords, three key references, and a 2-3 sentence describing how the chapter fits the theme of the edited volume (see above), no later than 15 March 2021.
The proposed chapter should be a previously unpublished work. Upon acceptance of the chapter proposal, the chapter should be completed no later than 31 July 2021. Contributions will undergo a review process where the authors identity will be concealed. Comments to authors will be returned by 15 September 2021. Finalised chapters are due no later than 01 October 2021. Guidelines for preparing chapters will be sent to authors upon acceptance of the chapter proposal.
The complete Call for Proposals can be accessed here:
[ GPEIS_CfP ]
The following represents a timeline for completing the edited volume:
15 March 2021: Proposal due including title, authors, affiliations, abstract, keywords, references, theme
30 April 2021: Notification and additional information for accepted authors
31 July 2021: Draft chapters due
15 September 2021: Chapters returned with reviewers' comments
01 October 2021: Final chapters due
01 November 2021: Pre-print version of the edited volume available for AECT 2021 International Convention
End of 2021: Edited volume available as open access publication
Submissions for chapters are nor longer accepted. Review comments asking for revisions and final submission will be sent by 15 September 2021.
Please send your inquiry using the folllowing form:
Professor Dirk Ifenthaler