The AAEEBL Learner
(TAL) resumed publication starting with the July 2014 issue
. This has been made possible with Wentworth Institute of Technology's
support. Wentworth is generously sharing Cindy Stevens
as a supervisor to co-op students who will be assigned to production of TAL
. Co-op students will rotate on production of TAL, and while we are standardizing our new format, we expect each student to bring his or her unique talents to their work, so you may see some variation from issue to issue. An archive of previous issues of TAL is included at the bottom of this page. Future plans include making an easier-to-access archive of past publications with information about each issue's contents. Publish in The AAEEBL Learner
August 30 is the submission deadline for the September 2014 issue of TAL
. Send articles, images and accompanying resources to Judy Williamson Batson
. We are especially looking for articles related to AAEEBL 2014
from presenters and conference attendees including session abstracts and related resources (URLs, slide presentations, etc.) and reflections on learning and conference "take-aways." We welcome reports and summaries on sessions sharing what you learned as well as responses to sessions that raised questions or suggested new practices, theories or routes to research. Articles are invited from faculty, academic staff, students and Corporate Partners.
Those who contribute pieces for publication related to AAEEBL 2014 will earn an AAEEBL-issued badge recognizing their contribution to this special issue, a follow-up to AAEEBL 2014 that will provide a resource to both those able to join us in Boston and others who are interested but who could not attend this year.
The July 2014 issue of The AAEEBL Learner
is available for download (PDF about 1.7 MB).