Search for Guest Editors for JMBE's 2022 Themed Issue

  • 03/05/2021 11:31 AM
    Message # 10167639

    Hi all,

    We are looking for guest editors for the next JMBE Themed issue. Please see below, and email me directly with any questions.

    Best,

    Miriam

    Search for Guest Editors for JMBE’s 2022 Themed Issue: Opportunities and Challenges of Online Instruction-- Blurring the Lines Between Online and On-site Teaching and Learning

    Although online instruction is an established practice, the educational shift that followed the start of the COVID-19 pandemic exposed most instructors worldwide to some version of remote instruction, popularizing this practice. The next themed issue of the Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education will explore the wealth of practices that are encompassed by online instruction. We envision that the issue will focus on topics such as, but not limited to: best practices for instructional methods that incorporate an online component (e.g., hybrid, Hyflex, flipped classroom, fully virtual), lessons learned that apply to remote learning as we move forward in a post-COVID world, inclusiveness in the online classroom, novel approaches to achieve laboratory learning outcomes in the online environment, and online and blended learning models for high-impact practices like course-based undergraduate research and service learning.

    JMBE is looking for 4-5 guest editors for the Opportunities and Challenges of Online Instruction themed issue.

    The principal responsibilities of guest editors are to:

    1. Develop the call for papers for the issue
    2. Oversee the review of a set of submissions

    We envision the timeline for guest editor involvement to be as follows:

    April-May 2021- develop call for papers

    August 2021 – anticipated manuscript submission deadline

    Fall 2021 – early spring 2022 – oversee manuscript review

    Preferred qualifications of a guest editor:

    1. Expertise in a field related to the focus of the themed issue
    2. Excellent communication and organizational skills
    3. Demonstrated ability to work within a team
    4. Experience having served as a reviewer or editor for JMBE or similar peer-reviewed journals

    To apply, please send a one-page letter of intent and a CV to mstotten@ung.edu. The title of the email should read “Application for guest editor”. Application review will begin on March 23, and will continue until the positions are filled.

     

    Miriam Segura-Totten, Ph.D.

    Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

    Professor of Biology and Harry Forester Chair
    Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education Themed Issue Editor
    University of North Georgia
    82 College Circle
    Dahlonega, GA 30597


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