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Below are opportunities to publish opinions, insights, and research on student success and higher education pedagogy.
Thought leadership piece or op-ed
To publish opinions or perspectives that appeal to a broad audience, consider drafting a letter to the editor or an opinion piece for the local newspaper, or a thought leadership piece for a trade outlet like Inside Higher Education or The Chronicle of Higher Education. Administrators invested in student success or faculty members who frequently publish their research are great candidates to author these pieces. For an example, read this opinion piece from Delta State University Provost Charles McAdams in The Hechinger Report.
We would be happy to work with you on developing and revising your piece, identifying media contacts, and/or pitching your piece to media.
The ‘Q’ Blog and newsletter
ACUE’s biweekly newsletter and ‘Q’ Blog share the latest news in teaching and learning with over 12,000 higher education leaders, educators, and other stakeholders nationwide. Educators receive ongoing support to reinforce and refine their teaching, stay current on research in the field, and advance the national conversation.
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ACUE invites contributions from our partners on higher education teaching and learning topics and research that are of interest to them. To publish your work, please:
Here are some examples of contributions from our partners:
(Kansas State University)
(Texas Woman’s University)
If you are publishing research that relates to ACUE’s mission, work, or the core competencies included in our Effective Practice Framework, please let us know. We would be happy to cross-promote your work on teaching and learning. For an example of a journal article featuring ACUE, see this cover story in Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning.
Newsletters on teaching
The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Teaching newsletter is a weekly roundup of news related to teaching and learning in higher education. The newsletter often requests input from readers about their teaching experiences, offering an opportunity to be published in future newsletters.
Sign up for the Chronicle‘s Teaching newsletter
Innovation Abstracts is a weekly newsletter on best practices for community and technical college faculty offered to members of the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD). Anyone may submit a piece for consideration.