Call for Journal Articles

Theme: Leading Technology for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Deadline for Abstracts: Extended to December 15, 2017!

For our second edition of the journal, ACCESS POINTS, ATLIS invites article submissions on how independent school technology leaders can best support diverse communities, develop inclusive practices, and foster equitable access for learning. Articles should focus on systemic issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion and their connections with technology in independent schools.

We welcome abstracts of up to 300 words for articles covering any aspect of diversity, equity, or inclusion. You may submit your abstracts online using this link.

Possible topics include the intersection of technology and the following:

  • Pedagogy and Curricula
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Student Identity
  • Professional Development
  • Human Resources
  • Enhanced Empathy
  • Equity of Access

Of course, this list is not exhaustive. Your experience, research, and observations will be your best guide for developing a proposed submission targeting our journal’s audience of technology leaders in independent schools. We look forward to reviewing a broad range of abstracts on this important topic.


ACCESS POINTS, Volume 1 (Spring 2017): Evolution  

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