Call for papers: Global Leapfrog Education
03 Sep 2006

Call for papers: Global Leapfrog Education

Call for papers Global Leapfrog Education Volume

03 Sep 2006

Call for papers

Global Leapfrog Education

Volume 2, Number 1 – March 2006

(Submissions are due November 30, 2006)

Global Leapfrog Education (GLE), a new, open access journal, is devoted to exploring how, through education and human capital development, communities can transcend current problems and challenges by empowering themselves with the tools to invent their own futures. GLE publishes articles spanning a wide range of interests related to leapfrog education (viz. change, technologies, knowledge production and innovation, global youth leadership, and futures-oriented philosophies and theories of education).

GLE offers its authors:

  • Timely peer review and publication
  • Free online publication
  • Web-based platform for comments and discussion
  • Online manuscript submission and tracking
  • International editorial review board

Scholars of all fields are invited to submit articles and reviews on topics in the following areas:

  • Accelerating change and related technologies
  • Knowledge production and innovation
  • Global youth development and leadership
  • Futures-oriented philosophies and theories of education

Articles considered for publication are normally between 8 and 25 pages in length. Detailed information regarding author guidelines and the submission process are available online at: http://www.leapfroginstitute.org/journal/index.php/gle/information/authors

Journal Web page: http://www.leapfroginstitute.org/journal

Editorial contacts:

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