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Call for contributors: Theory and method in higher education research

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Do you feel you have a contribution to make for how theory and methods are used in higher education research?

The editors of the book series “Theory and Method in Higher Education Research”, Prof. Jeroen Huisman (Ghent University, Belgium) and Prof Malcolm Tight (Lancaster University, UK), are now seeking a few additional contributions to complete the 2016 volume.

The first two volumes of this series were published by Emerald in 2013 and 2014 as part of the series International Perspectives on Higher Education Research. Their success persuaded the publishers to start a separate series, Theory and Method in Higher Education Research, publishing one volume a year. The first volume of this series is now with the publishers and will come out later in 2015. The second volume is in the process of being put together for publication in 2016.

Expressions of interest in contributing a chapter should be emailed to both editors.

Deadline for abstracts, 30th of November.

Read more information here




Call for contributions to a book on contemporary challenges in higher education

igi globalWe are pleased to forward you a call for chapters for the book “Higher Education and Contemporary Challenges”, edited by Filipa M. Ribeiro (University of Porto, Portugal), Yurgos Politis (University College Dublin, Ireland), and Bojana Culum (University of Rijeka, Croatia).

The book will be published by IGI Global in the Advances in Higher Education and Professional Development (AHEPD) Book Series that encompasses all research dealing with higher education pedagogy, development, and curriculum design, as well as all areas of professional development, regardless of focus.

The following research questions form the core of this book:

  • What is and/or should be HE’s role in today’s society?
  • How is HE influencing the understanding of social issues by students, policy-makers and even HE researchers?
  • How can we improve the distribution of research?
  • How can young researchers cope with the emergent standards in HE research and with the changes in the nature of knowledge itself?

Proposal deadline November 15, the proposal should clearly explain the topic of the chapter as well as how it fits with the book theme.

Read more about the outline of the book, suggested research themes as well as the procedures for submitting the proposals by downloading the call for proposals here (pdf)