Call for Editors for the Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching (BeJLT)
The BeJLT Editorial Board are looking for new members, including an Editor-in-Chief and two other Editors.

Deadline for applications is 5pm Friday 11 March 2016.

About the journal
BeJLT was launched in 2004 with the aim to promote, enhance and disseminate research, good practice, development and innovation in all aspects of learning, teaching and assessment in higher education. Its primary audience has been all those who teach, research and support learning in higher education, and those who make or influence policy and practice, both within Oxford Brookes and externally. Unusually for the time, BeJLT was designed to have maximum impact through being freely available online, fully archived and peer-reviewed.

In 2015, the Editorial Board agreed a new vision and five year strategy for the journal. We are looking for energetic and creative leaders to take forward the vision and relaunch the journal in 2017 with a new identity and format as a multimedia online magazine - by and for higher and professional educators.

The journal aims to promote sharing and publication of staff and student perspectives in the form of both research papers and less formal contributions such as case studies of experience. It is our ambition to attract an international readership. The activities of the journal will support practitioners to undertake and publish small scale pedagogic research, using publication as a developmental process as well as a product.

Technical and administrative support for the journal is provided by the Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development.

About you
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Which role(s) do you wish to apply for?
Your experience
Tell us about your previous editorial experience within an academic context
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Tell us about your previous experience in supporting pedagogic research and researchers
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Your contribution
What contribution would you like to make to the journal? This might include encouraging submissions from a particular region or conceptual / thematic area, team management, strategic development, online publishing, digital scholarship, student engagement, or dissemination.
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List five keywords which describe your pedagogic research interests. At least one should refer to methodological approaches in which you have expertise.
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What happens next?
Applications will be considered by the Editorial Board on 17 March 2016 and some candidates may be invited to interview.

If you have any questions about the journal or the editorial roles, please contact the current editor, Prof. Rhona Sharpe, OCSLD.

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