Thinking Makes My Head Hurt! Deadline January 1, 2014
Share Your Best Practices with Colleagues Across the Disciplines.
Whether you're a new or a seasoned faculty member, your voice can make a difference in the success of your fellow-faculty as well as your students. The Atrium seeks your reflections of challenges and successes in your classroom. This issue looks at the good, the bad, and the ugly of our classroom experiences.
The Atrium invites you to submit
• innovative, creative, and critical narrative essays
• research-based articles across the disciplines
• limited creative poetry and fiction
• book reviews and website reviews
Appropriate articles demonstrate to readers the practical application of research and creative ideas! Material published has dealt with broad issues that connect classroom to culture and to community.
The Atrium is a unique, peer-reviewed cross-disciplinary electronic journal that seeks to engage readers at both two-year and four-year colleges. We do not accept previously-published material. Please do not submit sections of your thesis, dissertation, or any coursework papers. Please limit your articles to 5,000 words. The journal has published consistently since 2010.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE FOR OUR SPRING 2014 ISSUE IS JANUARY 1, 2014.
To view our current and archived issues, to read the current submission guidelines, and to submit your work, please go to http://nwi.ivytech.edu/atrium/ . Questions may be addressed to Nancy Riecken, Managing Editor of The Atrium, at email@example.com.
The Atrium is published twice annually by English faculty members in conjunction with the IT experts at Ivy Tech Community College's Gary campus. Ivy Tech is an academic home to 160,000 students throughout Indiana and is one of the largest community college systems in the United States.