Call for JIME book reviews 2021
Each year JIME publishes reviews of some of the latest books released on the topics of educational technology and the role of multimedia technologies in higher education. Reviewers are currently sought for the following volumes:
- - Nichols, M. (2020). Transforming Universities with Digital Distance Education: The Future of Formal Learning. Routledge.
- - Davis, E. L., & Currie, B. (2019). Tech Request: A Guide for Coaching Educators in the Digital World. Routledge.
- - Morgana, V., & Kukulska-Hulme, A. (Eds.). (2021). Mobile assisted language learning across educational contexts. Routledge.
- - Bayne, S., Evans, P., Ewins, R., Knox, J., & Lamb, J. (2020). The Manifesto for Teaching Online. MIT Press.
- - Bearman, M., Dawson, P., Ajjawi, R., Tai, J., & Boud, D. (Eds.). (2020). Re-imagining University Assessment in a Digital World. Springer.
- - Jules, T. D., & Salajan, F. D. (Eds.). (2019). The Educational Intelligent Economy: Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and the Internet of Things in Education. Emerald Publishing Limited.
- - Holmes, W., Bialik, M., & Fadel, C. (2019). Artificial intelligence in education. Boston: Center for Curriculum Redesign.
- - Gronseth, S. L., & Dalton, E. M. (Eds.). (2019). Universal access through inclusive instructional design: International perspectives on UDL. Routledge.
How to submit a review
Reviewers should in the first instance email Victoria Murphy via firstname.lastname@example.org with an expression of interest. This should include a brief biographical description indicating your suitability as a reviewer and a list of all volumes you would be willing to review.
Reviews are commissioned on a first-come, first served basis for qualified reviewers and are due by 31st August 2021. The final collection of reviews will be published in December 2021.
Reviews should be around 1000-1500 words long and should focus on the relevance of the volume for educational technologists, instructional designers, and educators working in higher education institutions.
Examples of JIME book reviews
For guidance on the expected format and style of JIME book reviews, please refer to our previous articles.