CALL FOR CHAPTERS: 'AECT AT 100: A Century of Leadership in Educational Technology'

Book Editors: Christopher Miller, Anthony Piña, Michael Molenda, Phillip Harris, and Barbara Lockee
The editors of AECT at 100: A Century of Leadership in Educational Technology have extended this call for chapter proposals until November 30, 2021 and are still accepting submissions on a variety of topics, particulary in the gap areas highlighted in the linked full call (download printable PDF version).
The purpose of this book is to highlight AECT's 100 years of leadership in educational technology and learning. AECT has a rich history, evolving from the National Education Association's (NEA) Department of Visual Instruction (DVI) and later the Department of Audio-Visual Instruction (DAVI). Over its 100 years, AECT and its members have had a substantial impact on the evolution of American educational technology and learning, including in the areas of audiovisual instruction, instructional design, and online learning. This book seeks to recognize the individuals within AECT whose leadership has contributed to the survival of the association and to the association's impact on the field of educational technology. Additionally, issues faced in the field and research and theory topics over the years will be addressed. 
A full description of the call can be found in the full call (download printable PDF version). 
Initial proposals should include an extended abstract for chapters (1000 words plus representative references) or a description of a leader spotlight (500 words plus a summary who the spotlight will address and what makes the spotlight interesting to readers and/or researchers

To submit your proposal go to  
A list of author resources are provided at the following page. 
Questions about this call can be addressed to any of the AECT at 100 coeditors

Chris Miller  

Anthony A. Piña,  

Michael Molenda

Phillip Harris

Barbara Lockee

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