E-Learning Innovations in Academic Libraries

Call for Chapter Proposals:

Librarians from Appalachian State University invite you to submit a
proposal for a chapter in their upcoming book, E-Learning Innovations in
Academic Libraries, to be published by McFarland Publishing.  This
practical book is intended to be a guide for academic librarians
interested in the creation and uses of e-learning tools.

Examples of relevant topics include:
     Virtual tours
     Instructional games
     Geo-spatial applications
     Virtual reality applications
     Classroom use of technology

For consideration, e-mail a 1-2 page proposal to either of the editors
by April 25, 2014, clearly presenting your e-learning innovation and its
significance. Proposals should include information about the audience
and need for the e-learning tool, the technology used to create it, the
length of time it has been used, assessment, and the transferability to
other libraries.  Final chapters will be 5-7000 words, excluding
endnotes and bibliography. Authors will be notified of the acceptance of
their proposals by May 12, 2014. Complete chapters will be due by August
30, 2014, as we anticipate publishing this book in Summer 2015.

Margaret Gregor, Ed.D., MALS
Associate Professor
Instructional Materials Center Coordinator
Appalachian State University
gregormn@appstate.edu

Scott Rice, M.A., M.S.
Associate Professor
Coordinator of Technology Services
Appalachian State University
ricese@appstate.edu

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