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eCampus News Submission Guidelines

Share your views and innovations on the latest in education technology. We prefer original content but will accept previously published articles as long as they address current issues. Preferred article length is 350-1000 words (flexible on length) including brief bio of under 50 words and headshot in JPEG or PNG format. The review process can take several weeks as we make every effort to carefully consider articles that meet our selection criteria. We appreciate your patience. eSchool Media employs high professional standards for all content. When an article is accepted for publication, we will apply those standards in our editing process. All writers will have the opportunity to review and give final approval to their edited stories.

 

 

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Article Submission

To submit an article, please complete the form below:
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  • Preferred length 250-550 words

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Here are the most common types of submissions we consider:

Viewpoints are somewhat controversial opinion pieces intended to generate thought and discussion among other educators.

Frontlines share useful information from seasoned educators and ed-tech experts in the field. These are intended to help other educators facing similar challenges (e.g., “Five tips for installing a wireless network”).

Best Practices are success stories about individual colleges or universities. Written by educators or administrators, these describe the challenge a particular college or university faced, the solution that was put in place to overcome this challenge, and the results of the ed-tech project or implementation. While these pieces typically involve the implementation of a specific ed-tech product or solution, they should not be overly promotional in style.

Submissions should be conversational in tone and should refrain from using education jargon.

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