The Emerging Learning Design (ELD) Conference and the Journal of Emerging Learning Design (ELDJ) are looking for volunteers. Here is an opportunity for anyone to be an active part of the community as well as add an exceptional experience to your CV or resume. We are looking for people at all levels of experience and expertise.
The Journal of Emerging Learning Design is looking for Reviewers. The ELDJ currently publishes proceedings from the ELD Conference but expects to publish its first call-for-manuscripts edition either late 2015 or early 2016. The ELDJ articles are either full manuscripts, of 2500-4500 words, or Brief or Trend articles at a maximum of 1000 words. The ELDJ is currently looking for reviewers in all areas of expertise to review submissions and provide feedback to the Editor-in-Chief. The review process is double-blind.
The Emerging Learning Design Conference is looking for Readers to consider presentation proposals. This process will not begin until mid-to-late September and will continue until December/January. The submissions are fairly short (about 300 words) and providing input takes only a few minutes per submission. In past years, reviewers have, on average, considered 3 or 4 submissions. ELD is looking for reviewers in a variety of fields of interest and levels of expertise. Those who are planning on submitting for ELD15 can also be a Reader.
If you are interested in being a Reader for the ELD15 submissions, please email your interest to email@example.com
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