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February 26, 2018

Call for Proposals: Chapters For Edited Volume On Synchronous Learning

Note this call for proposals that may be of interest to some.

Call for Proposals: Chapters for Edited Volume on Synchronous Learning

Dr. Jiyoon Yoon and I are looking for chapter authors for our book Educational Technology and Resources for Synchronous Learning in Higher Education. The Publisher is IGI Global. This will be an edited volume of research studies focused on synchronous learning in higher education settings. We are announcing a call for proposals to submit a chapter proposal for this edited volume. We invite you to share your experiences and knowledge of using synchronous tools in your teaching. This book is scheduled to be published in 2019. More details on the timeline and the CFP are in the link below.

Your chapter proposal should include a chapter title, all authors’ names and emails, and an abstract (250 -500 words) which should include the theoretical lens and literature, an overview of the research design and findings, and how it adds to the extant literature on synchronous learning. The final chapters will be about 10,000 words.

Please use the following link to learn more details about the book and find the submission link of your chapter proposal.

Proposals Submission Deadline: March 12, 2018

Full Chapters Due: June 15, 2018

If you have any questions, feel free to contact the editors: Jiyoon Yoon ( or Peggy Semingson (


Peggy Semingson, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Literacy Studies
College of Education, Curriculum & Instruction
The University of Texas at Arlington
UT System Regents’ Outstanding Teacher 
ILA Jerry Johns Outstanding Teacher Educator in Reading Award
USDLA Best Practices Award for Excellence in Distance Learning Teaching
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