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Technology and Higher Ed Journal Call for Manuscripts

January 12, 2020 Jeremiah Baumann University of Michigan

We are looking to publish the first issue of the Technology and Higher Education journal before NASPA2020, which means one thing - we need your manuscripts! See the submission guidelines below and we look forward to reviewing your submissions! Manuscripts are due February 14, 2020. 

Submission Guidelines


Reviews & Practice Articles: 4,000 words maximum (inclusive of references, cover page, tables, and all materials).

Research Papers: 7,000 words maximum (inclusive of references, cover page, tables, and all materials)

Exceptions, cautiously granted, to this requirement must be discussed with the Editor in advance of manuscript submission.

Format: American Psychological Association (2010) (6th Edition)

Spacing and Fonts: Double-spaced, including references, block quotes, tables, and figures, consistently applied throughout the manuscript. Standard 12 point font throughout.

Abstract: 75 or fewer words.

Figures: All figures must be submitted as a PDF document or EPS or uncompressed Tiff (600 dpi) file in black and white or grey tones.

Language: English or with translations to English included. Writing free of prejudiced, biased, or disrespectful language.

Voice: Active voice to the greatest extent possible. Research findings reported in past tense. 

Professional preparation: Manuscripts exceeding the length limits or requiring additional proofreading, formatting, and/or reference checks will be returned to the author(s) for further editing.

Questions about the submission and review process can be directed to the Editor by e-mailing [email protected]

For more information visit: https://www.naspa.org/journals/technology-and-higher-education-emerging-practice