Educational Media and Technology Yearbook Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Special Edition Call for Authors

The Educational Media and Technology Yearbook has served as an industry standard for Instructional Technology, Educational Technology, and Information Science for over 40+ years. For the upcoming special edition, the editors are seeking chapters which describe emerging research and thought regarding augmented reality, mixed reality, and virtual reality. 
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Submission Information

Manuscripts should be research or scholarly in nature and consist of 2500-5000 words in APA style. The audience for the EMTY Special Edition includes academic technology/ed tech professionals and faculty, IT researchers, librarians and K-12 practitioners. Topics may be theoretical, empirical, or practical, but the material must be scholarly in tone.

Topics of Interest:

 I. Designing for the Future
  • Defining the Field Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality/Mixed Reality
  • The Current Literature on X Reality (AR/VR/MR) in Learning
  • Creation
  • Design
  • Learning Horizons
II. Strategies and Applications
  • Impact on Curricula Design
  • Online Learning and Student Engagement
  • Collaboration: Students/Learning; Faculty/Teaching
  • Access and Management
  • Beyond the Classroom: Innovative Applications
III. 21st Century Learning
  • Accessibility
  • A New Lens on Learning Practice
  • Suggestions for Learning Theory
  • Open Source Application: Removing the “Walled Garden” of AR/VR/MR Standards
  • Industry Standards 
IV. Future Implications
  • Philosophical and Ethical Issues
  • Privacy and Security

Important Dates
  • November 6th - Call for Proposals
  • January 15th - Proposals Due
  • February 15th - Notification
  • April 15th - Final Draft
  • May 30th - Reviews Due
  • June 18th - Notify Authors of Review and Decisions
  • July 1st - Final and Reviewed

Submit A Proposal: Educational Media and Technology Yearbook 43rd Edition

Special Issue Co ‐ Editors

Robert M. Branch, Ed.D.,
The University of Georgia 

V. J. McClendon, Ph.D.,
Bellevue College

David R. Squires, Ph.D.,
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

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