Call for Proposals
What is this?
EdTechnica is a free encyclopedia for students and professionals to learn more about educational technology.
Why should you contribute?
By contributing to this free resource, you can help to improve learning opportunities and support to educational technology professionals throughout the world. All contributions are peer-reviewed and indexed by Google Scholar to help ensure quality and that you get credit for your efforts.
Who can contribute?
Any educational technology professional can contribute, and we encourage practitioners and scholars to work together to write articles that are useful to everyone.
What can I write about?
You can submit articles on pretty much anything that would be of interest to educational technology professionals. To see what counts as educational technology, see our Scope page and our Author Guide.
How long is each article?
Short. Our target length is 600 to 1,000 words. See these and other guidelines in the Author Guide.
Who manages the encyclopedia?
We are a diverse group of university faculty and other professionals who care about learning. So, we donate our time to create, edit, and share high-quality resources! You can find out more about who we are on the Organizational Structure page.
Are there any publication fees?
Nope. And all of our articles are provided ad-free to make our readers happy. We provide all of this as a public good to the world.
How do I submit an article?
Check out our easy steps to article submission.
How else can I help?
In addition to writing articles, we also need volunteers to help provide peer reviews.
When will the call for proposals end?
Our plan is to always accept proposals, so never. However, to make sure that you get to write on the topics you'd like, please consider submitting early!
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