CFP: Tutorials & Teaching Cases for the IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication (no deadline; journal)
The IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication seeks tutorials and teaching cases for upcoming issues of the journal. Samples of tutorials and teaching cases appear on the journal's website: http://ieeepcs.org/activities_publications_transactions_authors.php
All types of tutorials or teaching cases for professional communication are appropriate as long as authors address the following questions:
a.. Justify Reporting the Educational/Training Approach
a.. What practical problem does this approach address?
b.. How is it connected to previous research?
b.. Describe the Educational/Training Approach
a.. What is the context within which the approach is used?
b.. What materials and methods are used in the approach?
c.. Assess the Outcomes of the Educational/Training Approach
a.. What evidence do you have about the effectiveness of the approach?
d.. Clearly State the Implications
a.. What are the implications of the educational or training approach for other contexts?
For teaching cases:
a.. Justify Reporting the Case
a.. What practical problem does this case address?
b.. How is it connected to previous research on pedagogy or industry practices?
b.. Describe the Case (Tell the Story)
a.. Who, what, where, when, etc. is involved?
b.. What supporting documents (memos, press releases, etc.) are needed to understand the case?
c.. Outline Instructional Guidance
a.. What learning outcomes are appropriate for the case?
b.. What methods can be used to assess those outcomes?
c.. What prompts help students/trainees analyze the case?
d.. What questions guide student/trainee discussion?
d.. Describe the Use of the Case by an Instructor
a.. What student/trainee population was involved?
b.. What were the learning outcomes?
e.. Clearly State Implications
a.. What are the implications of the case for professional communication practitioners and/or educators?
Please send inquiries to either of the associate editors below. Email submissions are required.
The University of South Alabama
Mobile, AL 36688
Julia M. Williams
Humanities and Social Sciences Department
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Terre Haute, IN 47803
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Received on Mon Nov 21 2005 - 16:35:32 EST