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Deanna P. Dannels, Editor, is now accepting submissions.

Communication Education Call for Manuscripts

Editorial Information, 2017-2020

Editor:
Deanna P. Dannels, North Carolina State University

Editorial Assistant:
Abigail Browning, North Carolina State University

Consulting Editors:
Katherine Grace Hendrix, University of Memphis

C. Kyle Rudick, University of Northern Iowa
Sara Weintraub, Regis College

 

Communication Education

My goal as editor is to publish high quality research on communication in educational settings that strengthens the breadth and depth of our scholarly core, provides relevant insights for pedagogical practice, and contributes to contemporary conversations in higher education.

To those ends, I encourage essays that advance communication studies in relevant educational contexts and initiatives within and outside of academia (for more details, see the journal’s aims and scope statement.)  I welcome traditional scholarly articles that explore intersections between communication, teaching, and learning as well as agenda-setting or meta-analytic literature reviews.  Submissions should be theoretically robust and methodologically rigorous; content should advance knowledge production in communication, teaching, and learning.

The journal will include a forum section titled Imagining a New Landscape for Communication, Teaching, and Learning.  This section will spotlight agenda-setting pieces that advance claims about how we can position our scholarship in light of contemporary challenges facing higher education as well as responses to those pieces that articulate implications for classroom practice.

My goal is to establish the journal not only as a repository of research findings, but also as a forum for advancing and envisioning the field.  Content should incite scholars and readers to attend to critical issues in higher education; advocate for the relevance, timeliness and importance of our scholarship; and promote forward-thinking visions about communication, teaching, and learning that are relevant within and outside of our discipline.

Manuscripts should be prepared according to the guidelines from Taylor & Francis.

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