Contribute to the CDLT Blog
We are pleased to announce that we will feature blog articles as part of The CDLT News, our blog newsletter, and through periodic blog posts on the AAACE website. If you have research or insight from the recent AAACE conference or otherwise that you would like to share, please submit them to our blog. We are seeking posts of approximately 1,000 words or less on all online- and distance-education topics (including educational technology) at the intersection of adult learning. Please submit your articles via Microsoft Word and include your name, title, and institutional affiliation. Additionally, please send a professional headshot and any other photographs or images relevant to your article. APA format should be followed if your article requires references, and active voice is preferred. Bloggers may use their AAACE articles for other purposes like expanding them for submission as a magazine or journal article, if applicable, per AAACE policies and procedures.
Next Steps: To propose a blog article, email the suggested title at your earliest convenience to Leigh Ann Whittle, newsletter editor and CDLT Communications Chair, at email@example.com . Full invited blog articles that follow the above guidelines are due on the date negotiated with Leigh Ann for publication in The CDLT News or CDLT News Briefs.
Highlight Your Achievements, Interests, and Practice with the CDLT Member Spotlight
As you know, the CDLT represents those from academia to practice and spaces in between. Collectively, we bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the AAACE. However, being located around the world, it can be difficult to get to know our members individually and celebrate this expertise.
That is why we would like to introduce our members in our CDLT newsletters, and we are asking for your help in this endeavor. Please allow your colleagues to get to know you through a short biographical sketch. This does not have to be terribly formal; a biography blending your personality and experience is welcome and encouraged. Your bio should be no longer than 400 words, must contain a professional headshot photograph (.jpg or .png files preferred) and may include such items as:
- Your educational philosophy
- Tips relating to distance and online learning (including technology) at the intersection of adult learning
- Recent accomplishments
- Research interests
We believe these bios will be a great way for our members to become acquainted, network for research or practice, and collaborate on similar interests.
If you have any questions regarding the bios or would like to submit yours for the next CDLT newsletter, please contact Leigh Ann Whittle at firstname.lastname@example.org