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Teaching & Learning Inquiry is ISSOTL's journal. Join this space to see announcements about the journal, including previews of forthcoming articles.

Publications Advisory Committee announces Teaching & Learning Inquiry Associate Editors

Submitted by Jessie Moore on Tue, 01/15/2019 - 12:31

The Publications Advisory Committee, which helps to guide and plan for the development of the Society’s journal, Teaching & Learning Inquiry, is pleased to announce the selection of three associate editors: Stephen Bloch-Schulman, Lucy Mercer-Mapstone, and Kelly Schrum. You will find a brief biographical note from each of them below.

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Report from the ISSOTL Publications Advisory Committee (PAC)

Submitted by Pat Hutchings on Mon, 03/07/2016 - 08:42

The last few months have seen the fruition of two years of planning, extensive member input, and much discussion, culminating in the launch of Teaching & Learning Inquiry (TLI) in its new Open Access format and new home at the University of Calgary.

Teaching & Learning Inquiry Volume 4 Number 1 is Available

Submitted by Pat Hutchings on Tue, 03/01/2016 - 08:44

The latest issue of Teaching & Learning Inquiry - the first new issue since TLI moved to open-access - is now available. See the Table of Contents for a full list of the issue's exciting articles. Thank you Nancy Chick, Gary Poole, and members of the Publications Committee for moving the journal in this exciting, new direction.

A Report from the Publications Advisory Committee: ISSOTL to Partner with the University of Calgary as Teaching & Learning Inquiry Moves to Open Access Publication

Submitted by Pat Hutchings on Tue, 09/01/2015 - 08:54

Beginning in July 2016, Teaching & Learning Inquiry will be hosted at the University of Calgary as part of the university’s Open Access publishing program through Libraries and Cultural Resources. The 4.2 issue (scheduled for September 2016) will be the first to appear in the new format.

Editing Teaching and Learning Inquiry: Building Community through Publication

Submitted by Gary Poole on Wed, 12/04/2013 - 09:34

Journal editing ranks as one of the most intellectually stimulating things I have ever taken on.  Stimulating and hectic.  So I’m very lucky to have such a skilled partner in Nancy Chick.  With every decision Nancy and I make, we are conscious of the feeling that we are trying to build something.

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