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CFS :: Notes on Teaching English (NOTE)

Published January 13, 2015 Posted by
Notes on Teaching English (NOTE), the journal of Georgia and Carolinas affiliate of the College English Association, is a digital publication hosted by Georgia Gwinnett College. NOTE offers pedagogically-focused scholarship on all topics relevant to teaching college-level English, in a multimodal online format.

Current content includes: Heather Fox – "Teaching a Writing Strategy for Short Essay Response Assessment"; Dr. Tonya Ritola – "Rethinking Students' Exposure to English Studies"; Sarah Roussin, Brian Le – "Composition and Copyright in a Digital Environment"; Dr. Chris Ritter – "No Success Like Failure"; Dr. Daniel Vollaro – "Neoliberalizing the Humanities"; Dr. Laura Beadling – "Screenplay Writing in the Film (and Literature) Classroom."

Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis; the editors are looking for four types of contributions:

Feature – Scholarly articles related to a wide variety of topics within the English field, with a pedagogical focus (up to 6000 words).

Opinion – Shorter reflective or opinion pieces (500 word maximum).

Classroom Tips – Short how-to pieces (500-1,000 words).

Assignments/instructional materials for a peer-reviewed assignment database.

See the publication website for more specific information regarding submissions.


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