Sunday, October 30, 2011

Call for Chapters: Educational Media and Technology Yearbook

Call for Chapters: Educational Media and Technology Yearbook
Michael Orey; Stephanie A. Jones; Robert Maribe Branch (Eds.)

Call for Chapters

Work is beginning on the 2012 edition of EMTY.
In publication for 35 years, the yearbook provides a timely snapshot of issues in the field of Instructional Technology, Library and Information Science, and School Library Media.

You can read more about the 2011 edition at Springer:

In particular we are seeking submissions for the section on School Library Media. Your research can make a valuable contribution in identifying current trends in libraries for the coming year.

Manuscripts should be research or scholarly in nature and consist of approximately 5000 words in APA style. The audience for our book includes academic professionals and faculty, IT researchers, librarians and K-12 practitioners (especially media specialists and technology coordinators). Topics can be theoretical, empirical, or practical, but the material must be scholarly in tone.

For more information, contact Stephanie A. Jones - email
Currently accepting chapter proposals (title, abstract, 1-2 page summary).

Stephanie A. Jones, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Leadership, Technology, and Human Development
Georgia Southern University
Editor, Educational Media and Technology Yearbook