MER Blog Proposal Form
Thank you for your interest in submitting to Museum Visions, the Museum Educators Roundtable (MER) Blog! We are dedicated to elevating diverse perspectives throughout our field.

We welcome submissions from professionals, students, and interested folks writ large at any stage of their careers. Share unique takes, fresh ideas, seasoned reflections, or thought-provoking challenges. You can also use this to flex your academic muscles to gear up for a longer submission to the Journal of Museum Education (JME).

To submit, please submit your blog idea below. Please make sure you have read the full MER Blog Submission Policy for information on Selection Criteria, compensation, and Guidelines for Accepted Authors. The MER Blog team will review and respond to all requests within 4-8 weeks. We seek new voices in the field and will be happy to work with accepted authors to create a workable timeline for submission and revision!

If you have questions/comments, please don't hesitate to reach out to membership@museumedu.org.
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Selection Criteria
1. One of MER’s strategic issues is to advance the diversity and inclusion within MER, the JME, and the museum field. Ideal submissions will express a consideration for diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion work in the museum field.

2. Blogs published in Museum Visions follow one of the following series:
- JME in Action: In support of MER’s mission to “inspire innovative thinking for the field through engagement with scholarly and practice-based content explored in the Journal of Museum Education,” journal authors, editors, and collaborators are invited to expand on topics found in the JME. #JMEinAction

- MER Talks: This interview format makes for quick and diverse ranges of posts. They provide reflections and thoughts from voices across the museum education community. #MERTalks

- Looking Inward: Museum professionals share deeper insight into the life of museum professionals and the communities and institutions we serve. Topics range from analyzing the history, culture, and actions of museums to the unexpected influences on our work. #MERLookingInward

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