Call for Chapter Proposals: E-Learning Innovations in Academic Libraries

Librarians from Appalachian State University invite you to submit a 
proposal for a chapter in their upcoming book, E-Learning Innovations in 
Academic Libraries, to be published by McFarland Publishing.  This 
practical book is intended to be a guide for academic librarians 
interested in the creation and uses of e-learning tools.

Examples of relevant topics include:

Virtual tours

Instructional games

Geo-spatial applications

Virtual reality applications

Classroom use of technology

For consideration, e-mail a 1-2 page proposal to either of the editors 
by April 25, 2014, clearly presenting your e-learning innovation and its 
significance. Proposals should include information about the audience 
and need for the e-learning tool, the technology used to create it, the 
length of time it has been used, assessment, and the transferability to 
other libraries.  Final chapters will be 5-7000 words, excluding 
endnotes and bibliography. Authors will be notified of the acceptance of 
their proposals by May 12, 2014. Complete chapters will be due by August 
30, 2014, as**we anticipate publishing this book in Summer 2015.

Margaret Gregor, Ed.D., MALS

Associate Professor

Instructional Materials Center Coordinator

Appalachian State University
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Scott Rice, M.A., M.S.

Associate Professor

Coordinator of Technology Services

Appalachian State University

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