Call for Editor-in-Chief
Journal of Experimental Education
About the Role
The Journal of Experimental Education is seeking an Editor in Chief to work alongside two Executive Editors. The incoming Editor in Chief will receive guidance from both Taylor & Francis as well as the outgoing EIC with the incoming candidate officially starting in January 2022.
- Advance the journal’s mission by attracting high quality manuscripts
- Process all manuscripts received in a timely manner
- Recruit a diverse and well-qualified Editorial Board
- Maintain the timeliness and quality of the review process
- Work well with the Editorial Team (2 other Executive Editors) and the Publisher
- Be responsive to the authors
- Solicit manuscripts and proposals for special issues
- Strengthen JXE’s reputation as a high impact journal 9. Convene and lead an annual meeting of the editorial board during AERA.
Interested in applying?
To apply for the position, please email Portfolio Manager Kristen Brida ([email protected]) with a CV as well as cover letter or statement of interest by 22nd July 2021.
The Journal of Experimental Education publishes basic and applied research studies, in the laboratory as well as in authentic environments, that use the range of quantitative and qualitative methodologies found in the behavioral, cognitive, and social sciences. Published studies span the domains of learning, instruction, and cognition; motivation and social processes; and measurement, statistics, and research design. The journal accepts investigations that address all levels of schooling and a broad variety of educational contexts, including public, private, and informal education in the United States and abroad. The journal’s audience includes researchers and practitioners interested in advancing educational theory and research, improving teaching and learning, and promoting development and well-being. The journal is divided into three sections: Learning, Instruction, and Cognition; Motivation and Social Processes; and Measurement, Statistics, and Research Design