We encourage submissions and proposals from the doers, strategic thinkers, and innovators involved in higher education information technology. Authors should consider creative and effective ways to use media in communicating ideas and experiences. If you're not sure about which media to use, ask! Our published authors have lots of ideas to share, as you'll discover when browsing through the articles.
We're particularly interested in the following:
Direct language (yes, it's OK to use "I" and "we") and a clear, concise telling of the story will catch our attention and that of readers. Send ideas, proposals, outlines, abstracts, drafts, or final versions of work — as traditional text, audio or video, screencasts, timelines, or any other creative form — to firstname.lastname@example.org. Early contact with us will help make the best use of time in creating the ideal article for EDUCAUSE Review. We also encourage you to keep accessibility issues in mind. You'll find helpful tips in "Guidelines for Making Web Content Accessible to All Users."
Company representatives are welcome to submit work that meets the following criteria:
January/February 2017: Top 10 IT Issues
March/April 2017: Finding the Future in the Past
May/June 2017: Student Success
July/August 2017: Next Generation Digital Learning Environment
September/October 2017: Back to School (including Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality in Higher Ed)
November/December 2016: Annual Conference Issue (revisiting the 2017 themes)
Because we publish on a rolling schedule and have ongoing themes of interest, please indicate if you have a target publication date or theme. Otherwise, articles will be published as the editing and production schedule permits.
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