Feature Editor
   Do it alone or with colleagues as a team and/or invite a graduate student, Editorial Intern, to assist you.
   Graduate student becomes familiar with issues and trends in a specific subject.
   You have an opportunity here to influence the education paradigm .....

Three   steps   to   apply

      Select established topic listed under Ongoing submission-topics   ( make changes as needed )
                                 or propose a new topic i.e. define Focus, Who may submit, Promo. Details in THIRD STEP below.

    Propose publication: Spring, Summer, Fall, or Winter Issue.   It takes about ten months to publish one issue.
    Based on past experience, we suggest to do PROMO at least three times.
Issue FE application deadline 1st PROMO 2nd PROMO 3rd PROMO Article
submission deadline
publication date
Spring May - June May-June July-August September- October November March
Summer August - September August-September October-November December-January February June
Fall November - December November-December January-February March-April May September
Winter February - March February-March April-May June-July August December

      Email your application as MS-Word-doc-file type attachment to:   academicexchange@yahoo.com
      Compose your attachment as follows.
      Complete all entries: a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i.
  1. Your name, academic position, institution, email (repeat the same for co-editor or editorial intern )
  2. Issue: Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter
  3. Month of your 1st PROMO & 2nd PROMO & 3rd PROMO
  4. Topic's title
  5. Focus - length one or two paragraphs
  6. Who May Submit
  7. Article submission deadline
  8. PROMO - identify minimum seven ways to promote your topic i.e. name specific
    email discussion group, listserve, association website, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube
  9. Do you have any questions?    NO/YES (ask)
  1. You can monitor promotional effort on TRACK-YOUR-SUBMISSION   In case of a poor showing less than 10 submissions
    • publication date may be delayed by one or more issues
    • you may be asked to broaden your topic
    • you may be asked to intensify your promotion
    • or your appointment will be cancelled
  2. When there is a disagreement among reviewers, we will seek your input to break the tie.
  3. When asked, Feature Editor writes an issue editorial. For examples see TABLE OF CONTENTS of any issue.
  4. All work is voluntary. No formal compensation is given.
  5. Any Feature Editor is eligible to apply for Sound Instruction Book Editor
  6. SUMMATION: the job of being a Feature Editor entails four activities.
    1. generate a sufficient number of submissions/manuscripts
    2. decide the review outcome when there is a disagreement between two reviewers
    3. write an issue editorial - when asked
    4. recommend publications for AEQ Noteworthy Books and Journals
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April 2015