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Call For Communications Editor

International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology is seeking a new Communications Editor to take on responsibility for running the IJMEST Twitter account (@MathEdSciTech). We hope that the successful candidate will also consider how other social media channels might be used to share IJMEST content and promotions with authors and researchers interested in how mathematics education can be shared and adapted to the needs in schools, colleges, universities, industries and commerce.   

The successful candidate will have experience using social media channels in their professional or personal lives. They will be appointed as a member of the IJMEST Editorial Board and will work with the Editor-in-Chief, Associate Editors and Publisher to continue building awareness of IJMEST and connecting with the community. As an Editorial Board member, the successful applicant will receive an online subscription to IJMEST, as well as a 30% discount on all Taylor & Francis/CRC Press books.  

To apply, please send via email a brief CV (two-page maximum) and cover letter to the Editor-in-Chief Colin Foster (ijmest@lboro.ac.uk) and also to Justin Robinson (justin.robinson@tandf.co.uk), IJMEST Managing Editor at Taylor & Francis. Please outline in your cover letter how you meet the attributes mentioned above and how you would build awareness of the research published in IJMEST.

Deadline for applications is 31st March 2019

International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology

Mathematics is pervading every study and technique in our modern world, bringing ever more sharply into focus the responsibilities laid upon those whose task it is to teach it. Most prominent among these is the difficulty of presenting an interdisciplinary approach so that one professional group may benefit from the experience of others.

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