English Language Arts
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Call for Applicants: Editor of CITE (English) Journal
English Language Arts Teacher Educators (ELATE) is seeking an editor for CITE (English) journal. The term of the present editor, Phil Nichols, will end in July 2024. The selected applicant will serve one academic year as incoming editor (September 2023–June 2024) and assume sole editorship for three years (July 2024–June 2027), with the possibility of renewal for an additional three years. In the final year of the term, the editor will serve as coeditor with the incoming editor.
CITE is a peer-reviewed electronic publication of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE), cosponsored by four teacher education associations: English Language Arts Teacher Educators (ELATE), Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE), Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE), and the National Council for the Social Studies College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA). The journal is published four times a year for an audience of researchers and teacher educators across all academic disciplines.
Responsibilities for the CITE (English) editor include the following:
- advocating for well-grounded, timely, and informative research relevant to the field of English education;
- overseeing the timely review and publication of manuscripts related to technology and English teacher education;
- participating in conference calls with the CITE editorial team; and
- attending ELATE Executive Committee meetings in a nonvoting capacity.
Applicants for the editorship should have an established publication record including publication in CITE (English) or other national journals focused on English education and/or technology.
Applicants should send a letter of application to be received no later than Thursday, July 20, 2023. Letters should be accompanied by the applicant’s vita, one published writing sample (article or chapter), a one-page statement of the applicant’s vision for the future of the journal, and a letter of support from the appropriate administrator at the applicant’s institution. Those with questions about the editorship, such as time commitment, necessary resources, and institutional support, should contact current CITE (English) editor Phil Nichols (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Applications should be submitted via email to Kristen Ritchie, NCTE Director of Affiliated Groups, at email@example.com.