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The [[style manual|http://www.apastyle.org/pubmanual.html]] of the American Psychological Association, 5th Ed., will be used as the style manual for  [[The Journal of Effective Teaching]]. Futher information can be found at 
*[[UNCW's Randall Library|http://library.uncw.edu/web/research/citation/apa.html]] 
*[[Purdue's OWL|http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/]]
*[[APA Style Essentials]].
*[[APA Resources on the Web|http://www.emunix.emich.edu/~ehoffman/apahelp.html]]
There are numerous templates on the Internet for using the APA Style in Word. Here are a few:
*http://www.cc.mie-u.ac.jp/~lq20106/eg5000/templates/
*http://www.music.miami.edu/research/APAstyle/
*http://www.lib.sfu.ca/researchhelp/writing/thesestemplates/thesestemplates.htm
*[[Google Search|http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=apa+word+template&btnG=Google+Search]] 
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!About [[The Journal of Effective Teaching]]

[[The Journal of Effective Teaching]] is a peer reviewed electronic journal devoted to the discussion of teaching excellence in colleges and universities. The journal published its first papers in 1996. In 2003 the journal stopped taking new articles while the site was being revamped. It originated with the Carolina Colloquy on Teaching and has been maintained by faculty at the [[University of North Carolina Wilmington|http://www.uncw.edu]]. It is currently publishing two issues per year. [[The Journal of Effective Teaching]] has pending International Standard Serial Numbers for both print  (ISSN 1935-7869) and online (ISSN 1935-7850) issues.

!Short History

History of the Carolina Colloquy on College Teaching (Now – [[ATCD|http://www.uncg.edu/tlc/atcd/]])

In 1989, Western Carolina University invited all campuses in the UNC system to send a team of two outstanding teachers and one administrator to the first Carolina Colloquy on College Teaching. Fifty-eight people attended, representing 15 of the 16 UNC institutions. The meeting was characterized by enthusiasm for sustaining system-wide interaction on teaching. Participants recommended holding an annual Colloquy and establishing an inter-campus network for fostering teaching excellence. To pursue these goals, one person on each campus was designated Campus Coordinator for Colloquy activities. After a second Colloquy at WCU in 1990 and a third at UNCC in 1991, campus coordinators developed a Role and Mission Statement for organizing a system-wide network to be called the Carolina Colloquy for University Teaching. All UNC institutions were then members of the Colloquy. 
http://people.uncw.edu/hermanr/ET/ET.htm#Welcome%20Mission%20Articles%20%5B%5BBook%20Reviews%5D%5D%20%5B%5BEditorial%20Board%5D%5D%20Archives%20%5B%5BAbout%20JET%5D%5D%20Submissions%20%5B%5BSubmission%20Forms%20and%20Sample%5D%5D%20%5B%5BSubmission%20Process%5D%5D%20%5B%5BContent%20Areas%5D%5D%20%5B%5BMultimedia%20Submissions%5D%5D%20%5B%5BReview%20Process%5D%5D%20%5B%5BEvaluation%20Criteria%5D%5D%20%5B%5BHow%20to%20Cite%5D%5D%20%5B%5BCopyright%20Information%5D%5D%20FAQ
Articles will be archived after each issue. Articles from 1996-2003 are listed below. Potential authors should note that these articles may not be in accordance with the new submission and APA formatting adopted for [[The Journal of Effective Teaching]] in 2006.

!Articles from 1996-2003
* Anton Karl Kozlovic. (2003). Teaching ~Computer-and-Society Issues Through Popular Films: The Case of Desk Set (1957). EFFECTIVE TEACHING [Online], 6(2). Available HTTP: www.uncw.edu/cte/et/articles.htm [2003, June 7].   [[[Abstract|ARTICLES/Kozlovic/abstract.htm]]]  [[[Full text|ARTICLES/Kozlovic/index.htm]]]
* Despo Ktoridou, Pavina Zarpetea, and Eleni Yiangou. (2002). Integrating Technology in EFL - Part II (Students Point of View). EFFECTIVE TEACHING [Online], 6(2). Available HTTP: www.uncw.edu/cte/et/articles.htm [2003, April 23].   [[[Abstract|ARTICLES/Ktoridou3/abstract.htm]]] [[[Full text|ARTICLES/Ktoridou3/index.htm]]]
* Sean M. Bulger, Andrew H. Hawkins, and Derek J. Mohr. (2002). Behavioral Course Design and Student Learning . EFFECTIVE TEACHING [Online], 6(1). Available HTTP: www.uncw.edu/cte/et/articles.htm [2002, September 3].  [[[Abstract|ARTICLES/Bulger2/abstract.htm]]] [[[Full text|ARTICLES/Bulger2/index.htm]]]
* Sean M. Bulger, Derek J. Mohr, and Richard T. Walls. (2002). Stack the Deck in Favor of Your Students by Using the Four Aces of Effective Teaching . EFFECTIVE TEACHING [Online], 5(2). Available HTTP: www.uncw.edu/cte/et/articles.htm [2002, May 7].  [[[Abstract|ARTICLES/Bulger/abstract.htm]]] [[[Full text|ARTICLES/Bulger/index.htm]]]
* Despo Ktoridou, Pavina Zarpetea, and Eleni Yiangou. (2002). Integrating Technology in EFL. EFFECTIVE TEACHING [Online], 5(2). Available HTTP: www.uncw.edu/cte/et/articles.htm [2002, April 23]. [[[Abstract|ARTICLES/Ktoridou2/abstract.htm]]] [[[Full text|ARTICLES/Ktoridou2/index.htm]]]
* Colleen Swain. (2002). Improving Traditional Teaching Using Findings from Distance Education. EFFECTIVE TEACHING [Online], 5(2). Available HTTP: www.uncw.edu/cte/et/articles.htm [2002, March 19]. [[[Abstract|ARTICLES/Swain/abstract.htm]]] [[[Full text|ARTICLES/Swain/index.htm]]]
*  Brian D. Neureuther and Paul H. Randolph. (2002). MOO, An Effective Tool for Distance Education Delivery. EFFECTIVE TEACHING [Online], 5(2). Available HTTP: www.uncw.edu/cte/et/articles.htm [2002, January 9].  [[[Abstract|ARTICLES/Neureuther/abstract.htm]]] [[[Full text|ARTICLES/Neureuther/index.htm]]]
* Peter W. Schuhmann and ~KimMarie ~McGoldrick. (2001). Integrating Web-Based Student Competitions into Principles Courses. EFFECTIVE TEACHING [Online], 5(1). Available HTTP: www.uncw.edu/cte/et/articles.htm [2001, June 8].  [[[Abstract|ARTICLES/Schuhmann/abstract.htm]]] [[[Full text|ARTICLES/Schuhmann/index.htm]]]
* Robert L. Howard. (2000). Incorporating the Internet Into the Introductory Business Finance Course. EFFECTIVE TEACHING [Online], 4(1). Available HTTP: www.uncw.edu/cte/et/articles.htm [2000, April 4].    [[[Abstract|ARTICLES/HowardR/abstract.html]]] [[[Full text|ARTICLES/HowardR/index.htm]]]
*  Jason Snart. (2000).Romantics ~Find-A-Song Game: A Technique for Teaching Romantic Poetry in the College Classroom. EFFECTIVE TEACHING [Online], 4(1). Available HTTP: www.uncw.edu/cte/et/articles.htm [2000, March 17]. [[[Abstract|ARTICLES/Snart/abstract.htm]]] [[[Full text|ARTICLES/Snart/index.htm]]]
* Sandra A. Howard. (1999). Guiding Collaborative Teamwork In The Classroom. EFFECTIVE TEACHING [Online], 3(1). Available HTTP: www.uncw.edu/cte/et/articles.htm [1999, January 28]. [[[Abstract|ARTICLES/Howard/abstract.htm]]]  [[[Full text|ARTICLES/Howard/index.htm]]]
* Chester Goodwin. (1998). Using Electronic Mail (~E-Mail) in the Classroom. EFFECTIVE TEACHING [Online], 2(2). Available HTTP: www.uncw.edu/cte/et/articles.htm [1998, April 17].[[[Abstract|ARTICLES/Goodwin/abstract.htm]]] [[[Full text|ARTICLES/Goodwin/index.htm]]]
* Randy Yerrick. (1996). Computer Aided Physics Inquiry as a Venue for Pre-service Science Teacher Education. EFFECTIVE TEACHING [Online], 1(2). Available HTTP www.uncw.edu/cte/et/articles.htm [1996, October 7].  [[[Abstract|ARTICLES/Yerrick/abstract.htm]]] [[[Full text|ARTICLES/Yerrick/index.htm]]]
* Christopher Mele. (1996). Using the Internet for Undergraduate Training in Applied Social Research. EFFECTIVE TEACHING [Online], 1(1). Available HTTP: www.uncw.edu/cte/et/articles.htm [1996, June 12]. [[[Abstract|ARTICLES/Mele/abstract.htm]]] [[[Full text|ARTICLES/Mele/index.htm]]]
* Gabriel G. Lugo and Russell L. Herman. (1996). Fostering Multimedia Instruction in Mathematics. EFFECTIVE TEACHING [Online], 1(1). Available HTTP: www.uncw.edu/cte/et/articles.htm [1996, April 12].   [[[Abstract|ARTICLES/LUGOHRMN/abstract.htm]]] [[[Full text|ARTICLES/LUGOHRMN/index.htm]]]

!!Issues 2007 - Present
*[[Current Issue]]
**[[Volume 14, Issue 1, February 2014|articles/Vol14_1/index.htm]] @@color:#F00;New@@
**[[Volume 13, Issue 2, September 2013|articles/Vol13_2/index.htm]] 
**[[Volume 13, Issue 1, February 2013|articles/Vol13_1/index.htm]] 
**[[Volume 12, Issue 3, October 2012|articles/Vol12_3/index.htm]] 
**[[Volume 12, Issue 2, September 2012|articles/Vol12_2/index.htm]] 
**[[Volume 12, Issue 1, February 2012|articles/Vol12_1/index.htm]]
**[[Volume 11, Issue 2, September 2011|articles/Vol11_2/index.htm]]
**[[Volume 11, Issue 1, February 2011|articles/Vol11_1/index.htm]]
**[[Volume 10, Issue 2, September 2010|articles/Vol10_2/index.htm]]
**[[Volume 10, Issue 1, February 2010|articles/Vol10_1/index.htm]]
**[[Volume 9, Issue 3, October 2009|articles/Vol9_3/index.htm]]
**[[Volume 9, Issue 2, September 2009|articles/Vol9_2/index.htm]] - Special Issue on Teaching Evolution in the Classroom
**[[Volume 9, Issue 1, February 2009|articles/Vol9_1/index.htm]]
**[[Volume 8, Issue 2, September 2008|articles/Vol8_2/index.htm]]
**[[Volume 8, Issue 1, February 2008|articles/Vol8_1/index.htm]]
**[[Volume 7, Issue 2, September 2007|articles/Vol7_2/index.htm]]
**[[Volume 7, Issue 1, February 2007|articles/Vol7_1/index.htm]]  - Special Issue on Student Learning
*[[Letters from the Editor|Editor]]
*See JETfeed for the feed listing all articles since 1996.
!!Index of Articles 2007-2010
Since the revamping of the journal in late 2006, we have had over 225 submissions. We have processed over 200 articles and produced nine issues of The Journal of Effective Teaching. The contents of these issues are provided below as an overview of the variety of papers we have published. These are accessible at http://www.uncw.edu/cte/et/.  Also, there is an [[Index for 2007-2012|articles/Vol12_3/JETindex.pdf]]. 

*[[Volume 7, Issue 1, February 2007|articles/Vol7_1/index.htm]]  - Special Issue on Student Learning
**Letter from the ~Editor-in-Chief
***Russell L. Herman …………….…………………………………................................................................... 1
**The Role of Rubrics in Advancing and Assessing Student Learning
***Kenneth Wolf and Ellen Stevens ……………………………………………………….............................… 3
**The Perceptions and Experiences of Students in a Paperless Accounting Class
***Steve Teeter, Susan R. Madsen, Jason Hughes, and Brent Eagar .. ……….…………........................... 15
**What Do We Know About Creativity?
***Jose G. Gomez .………………………………………….………………….….……................................…... 31
**Interdisciplinary Education and Critical Thinking in Religion and History
***Roseanne ~McDougall and Jeffrey ~LaMonica …………….…………………………..................................... 44
**What Good Is Learning If You Don’t Remember It?
***William R. Klemm ……………………………………….………………….…………..................................... 61
**A Review of Rewriting: How to do Things with Texts
***Jennifer Pooler Courtney …………………………………..……………………….................................….... 74
*[[Volume 7, Issue 2, September 2007|articles/Vol7_2/index.htm]]
**Letter from the ~Editor-in-Chief
***Russell L. Herman …………….…………………………………................................................................. 1
**Shared Characteristics of College Faculty Who Are Effective Communicators
***Sarah M. Ginsberg …………..…………………………………………………..….…..................................… 3
**On Solid Legal Ground: Bringing Information Literacy to ~Undergraduate-Level Law Courses
***Kenneth H. Ryesky …………..…………………………………………………..…….................................... 21
**Redesigning Mathematics Curriculum for Underprepared College Students
***Marva S. Lucas and Nancy J. ~McCormick ................................................................…...................... 36
**Benchmarking Quality in Online Teaching and Learning: A Rubric for Course Construction and Evaluation
***Mona P. Ternus, Kay L. Palmer, and Debbie R. Faulk ........................................................................ 51
**Grade Expectations: Mapping Stakeholder Views of Online Plagiarism Detection
***Diana Ashe and Michelle Manning .................................................................................................... 68
*[[Volume 8, Issue 1, February 2008|articles/Vol8_1/index.htm]]
**Letter from the ~Editor-in-Chief
***Russell L. Herman …………….…………………………………................................................................. 1
**The Disposable Blog: Using the Weblog to Facilitate Classroom Learning and Communications
***Stephen Pimpare and Jonathan Fast …..……………………………………………..................................… 3
**Experiencing the Research Process in a Single Class Period
***Kathleen E. Cook ………………………………………………………….…………...................................... 13
**A Tale of Two Rubrics: Improving Teaching and Learning Across the Content Areas through Assessment
***Kenneth Wolf, Mary Connelly, and Ann Komara ……….………………….….………................................ 21
**Reading Outside the Boundaries: Children’s Literature as Pedagogy For Building Empathy and Understanding of Social Justice in the College Classroom
***Theresa M. Bouley and Phoebe C. Godfrey …..………….……………………………................................ 33
**Talking Drawings as a University Classroom Assessment Technique
***Victoria Groves Scott and Mary Konya Weishaar ……….………………...……….................................... 42
*[[Volume 8, Issue 2, September 2008|articles/Vol8_2/index.htm]]
**Letter from the ~Editor-in-Chief: The Open Source Movement
***Russell L. Herman …………….…………………………………................................................................. 1
**An Act of Translation: The Need to Understand Students’ Understanding of Critical Thinking in the Undergraduate Classroom
***Tiffany Gayle Chenault and ~Duclos-Orsello .......................................................................................... 5
**Providing Faculty iPods to Explore Innovative Teaching and Learning
***Jace Hargis , Scott Jensen, Carolynn Kohn, Matthew Normand, and Deborah Schooler ......................... 21
**Teaching for the Millennial Generation: Student and Teacher Perceptions of Community Building and Individual Pedagogical Techniques
***Sue Kraus and Sharon Sears ........................................................................................................... 32
**Museum Exhibits and Science Literacy: Using Technical Writing and Science to Make Connections Among Disciplines and Communities
***Teresa B. Henning and Elizabeth A. Desy.......................................................................................... 40
**It’s Hard Work Learning Soft Skills: Can Client Based Projects Teach the Soft Skills Students Need and Employers Want?
***Christina ~McCale ............................................................................................................................. 50
**Making Cooperative Learning Work in the College Classroom: An Application of the ‘Five Pillars’ of Cooperative Learning to ~Post-Secondary Instruction
***Karrie A. Jones and Jennifer L. Jones ................................................................................................ 61
**The Effect of Concept Mapping on Preservice Teachers’ Reflective Practices When making Pedagogical Decisions
***Sarah Blackwell and Kaye Pepper ........................................................................................................ 77
*[[Volume 9, Issue 1, February 2009|articles/Vol9_1/index.htm]]
**Letter from the ~Editor-in-Chief: Digital Textbooks – Making Textbooks Affordable
***Russell L. Herman …………….…………………………………................................................................. 1
**Service Learning as an Instructional Strategy For the Preparation of Teachers
***Alisa J. Bates, Dina Drits, Cathi Allen, and Peggy ~McCandless ............................................................ 5
**Relating Perceptions of Teaching Method Effectiveness to Perceived Instructional Emphasis Areas: A Comparison of Faculty and Students
***Stuart Van Auken, Eileen Anne Campbell, and Ludmilla Gricenko Wells .............................................. 24
**Implementing Participatory, Constructivist Learning Experiences Through Best Practices in Live Interactive Performance
***Robert F. Kenny and Jeffery Wirth .................................................................................................... 34
**A Handy Interactive Class For Teaching Introductory Cell Biology
***Shyamala Hande and Manjunatha Hande .......................................................................................... 48
*[[Volume 9, Issue 2, September 2009|articles/Vol9_2/index.htm]] - Special Issue on Teaching Evolution in the Classroom
**Letter from the ~Editor-in-Chief: Origins
***Russell L. Herman …………….…………………………………................................................................. 1
**The Influence of Religion and High School Biology Courses on Students’ Knowledge of Evolution When They Enter College
***Randy Moore, Sehoya Cotner, and Alex Bates .................................................................................... 4
**Teaching Evolution in the Galápagos
***Katherine E. Bruce, Jennifer E. Horan, Patricia H. Kelley, Mark Galizio ............................................... 13
**A College Honors Seminar on Evolution and Intelligent Design: Successes and Challenges
***Patricia H. Kelley ............................................................................................................................ 29
**Clearing the Highest Hurdle: ~Human-based Case Studies Broaden Students’ Knowledge of Core Evolutionary Concepts
***Alexander J. Werth ......................................................................................................................... 38
**Evolution in Action, a Case Study Based Advanced Biology Class at Spelman College
***Aditi Pai ......................................................................................................................................... 54
**Preparing Teachers to Prepare Students for ~Post-Secondary Science: Observations From a Workshop About Evolution in the Classroom.
***Caitlin M. Schrein et al. ................................................................................................................... 69
*[[Volume 9, Issue 3, October 2009|articles/Vol9_3/index.htm]]
**Letter from the ~Editor-in-Chief: Living on The Cloud
***Russell L. Herman …………….…………………………………................................................................. 1
**Reviewing for Exams: Do Crossword Puzzles Help in the Success of Student Learning?
***Tricia M. Davis, Brooke Shepherd, and Tara Zwiefelhofer ...................................................................... 4
**Student Disability and Experiential Education
***Gerald D. Klein ............................................................................................................................... 11
**Key Issues in Teaching EFL/ESL Intensive Reading: A Videotaped ~Self-Observation Report
***Handoyo Puji Widodo ...................................................................................................................... 38
**Letter Writing and Learning in Anthropology
***Suzanne Scheld ............................................................................................................................. 59
**A Labor of Love: Constructing a ~Service-Learning Syllabus
***Sharon M. Ballard and Barry Elmore ................................................................................................ 70
**Words on the Wadsworth: Podcasting and the Teaching of Art History
***Fran Altvater …………………………………........................................................................................ 77
*[[Volume 10, Issue 1, February 2010|articles/Vol10_1/index.htm]]
**Letter from the ~Editor-in-Chief: A Pinch of This and a Dash of That - A Recipe for Teaching Excellence
***Russell L. Herman …………….…………………………………................................................................ 1
**Inquiry Teaching in the College Classroom
***Barbara Neuby …………………………………………….......................................................................... 4
**The Role of Intrinsic Goal Orientation, ~Self-Efficacy, and ~E-Learning Practice in Engineering Education
***Seung Youn Chyung , Amy J. Moll, and Shelley A. Berg ..................................................................... 22
**Teaching Dossier Documents: A Comparison of Importance by Major Stakeholders
***Charles A. Burnap, Gary F. Kohut, and Maria G. Yon …...................................................................... 38
**She Needs a Haircut and a New Pair of Shoes: Handling Those Pesky Course Evaluations
***Connie Buskist and Jan Hogan ...…………………………...................................................................... 51
**Toward Enhancing Scholarship of Science Education in College Teaching
***Jianjun Wang and Xingkai Luo ..…………………………........................................................................ 57
**Re-vitalizing the First Year Class through Student Engagement and Discovery Learning
***Erin Steuter and Judith Doyle ...…………………………........................................................................ 66
**Assessing the Integration of Embedded Metacognitive Strategies in College Subjects for Improved Learning Outcomes: A New Model of Learning Activity
***Katherine Pang and Catherine Ross …….………………........................................................................ 79
*[[Volume 10, Issue 2, October 2010|articles/Vol10_2/index.htm]]
**Letter from the ~Editor-in-Chief: What is Critical Thinking?
***Russell L. Herman …………….………………………………….................................................................. 1
**~Learner-Centered Use of Student Response Systems Improves Performance in Large Class Environments 
***Samuel B. Pond, III  .......................................................................................................................... 4-17
**Teaching the Scientific Method in the Social Sciences 
***Grace Keyes ……............................................................................................................................ 18-28
**Here’s Your Syllabus, See You Next Week: A Review of the First Day Practices of Outstanding Professors 
***Barbara A. Iannarelli, Mary Ellen Bardsley, and Chandra J. Foote ........................................................ 29-41
**Online vs. Paper Evaluations of Faculty: When Less is Just as Good .
***David S. Fike, Denise J. Doyle, and Robert J. Connelly ....................................................................... 42-54
**Successes and Failures Teaching Visual Ethics: A Class Study 
***Aimee Kendall Roundtree ................................................................................................................. 55-61
**Fostering Student Engagement: Examining the Roles of Self, History  and Cultural Identity 
***Patricia Comeaux ............................................................................................................................ 62-73
**“Mind the Gap” in the Classroom .
***Sarah M. Ginsberg .......................................................................................................................... 74-80
**Promoting Technology-assisted Active Learning in Computer Science Education 
***Jinzhu Gao and Jace Hargis ............................................................................................................. 81-93
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*''Research:'' Reports important results from one’s own teaching experience or research; describes problem clearly; provides baseline data; explains what researcher has done and why; and provides results.
*''Integration:'' Integrates research of others in meaningful way; compares or contrasts theories; critiques results; and/or provides context for future exploration.
*''Innovation:'' Proposes innovation of theory, approach, or process of teaching; provides original and creative ideas based on results of research by self or others; and outlines proposed strategy for testing effectiveness of ideas.
*''Action Research/Inspiration:'' Provides inspiration for teaching excellence; combines personal values, insight, and experience to communicate enthusiasm and dedication to outstanding teaching. 
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Dr. Herman is the ~Editor-in-Chief of [[The Journal of Effective Teaching]]. All submissions should be directed electronically to [[hermanr@uncw.edu|mailto:hermanr@uncw.edu]]. 
!A list of selected articles from the ~Editor-in-Chief
*//Don't Panic, It's Only an Exam //, [[Vol 14(2)|articles/Vol14_2/editor.pdf]]
*//~MOOCs - How Are They Doing?//, [[Vol 14(1)|articles/Vol14_1/editor.pdf]]
*//Are Grades a Necessary Evil?//, [[Vol 13(2)|articles/Vol13_2/editor.pdf]]
*//How Much Do Faculty Work?//, [[Vol 13(1)|articles/Vol13_1/editor.pdf]]
*//The Sage on the Stage//, [[Vol 12(3)|articles/Vol12_3/editor.pdf]]
*//The ~MOOCs Are Coming//, [[Vol 12(2)|articles/Vol12_2/editor.pdf]]
*//There's An App for That//, [[Vol 12(1)|articles/Vol12_1/editor.pdf]]
*//What Makes an Excellent Professor//, [[Vol 11(1)|articles/Vol11_1/editor.pdf]]
*//What is Critical Thinking//, [[Vol 10(2)|articles/Vol10_2/editor.pdf]]
*//A Pinch of This and a Dash of That - A Recipe for Teaching Excellence//, [[Vol 10(1)|articles/Vol10_1/editor.pdf]]
*//Living on the Cloud//, [[Vol 9(3)|articles/Vol9_3/editor.pdf]]
*//Origins//, [[Vol 9(2)|articles/Vol9_2/editor.pdf]]
*//Digital Textbooks – Making Textbooks Affordable//, [[Vol 9(1)|articles/Vol9_1/editor.pdf]]
*//The Open Source Movement//, [[Vol 8(2)|articles/Vol8_2/editor.pdf]]
!~Editor-in-Chief
[[Dr. Russell Herman]], University of North Carolina Wilmington
|Dr. Herman is Professor in the [[Department of Physics and Physical Oceanography|http://www.uncw.edu/phy]] and in the [[Department of Mathematics and Statistics|http://www.uncw.edu/math]]  at [[UNC Wilmington|http://www.uncw.edu]]. He has been a Faculty Associate for the [[Center for Teaching Excellence|http://www.uncw.edu/cte]] for over a decade and the recipient of several university teaching awards. |[img[herman.jpg]]|
All submissions should be directed electronically to [[jet@uncw.edu|mailto:jet@uncw.edu]]. 
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|''Diana Ashe'', English |''Pamela Evers'', Business and Law |
|''Madeleine Bombeld'', Library Science|''John Fischetti'', Education |
|''Caroline Clements'', Psychology|''Russell Herman'', Mathematics and Physics |
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|!Notification of Acceptance|December 31, 2015|
|!Final Manuscripts Due|January 31 2016|
|!Publication Date|February 28, 2016|
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*''Copyright Agreement:'' When your article is accepted for publication, you will need to fill out and sign a [[Copyright Agreement|documents/agreement.pdf]] before your article can be published. 
*''Cover Page:'' A cover page should accompany your submission. Please provide name(s), mailing address(es), email address(es), indication of corresponding author, and the specific category under [[Content Areas]] for which the manuscript is to be considered.
If you have a manuscript you wish to submit for publication in [[The Journal of Effective Teaching]], then you should first contact the ~Editor-in-Chief. Submit a copy of the manuscript with the above Cover Page. The [[Editorial Board]] will review your manuscript for general suitability for review. If accepted, manuscripts are matched with expert reviewers and subjected to double blind review. Your manuscript will be evaluated based on the [[Evaluation Criteria]].

Please adhere to the guidelines in the [[Submissions]] section. In particular, you should submit a paper which does not include any information pointing to either the authors names or affiliations. These can be added after the paper has been accepted. Please include that information in a cover letter.

If the article is accepted, it will be reformatted, if necessary, to be consistent with the journal format.  If you are required to make revisions, then you will be given a second opportunity to revise and resubmit. Your revision will undergo further review. Should there be a dispute between reviewers as to whether, or not, your paper is publishable, the dispute will be settled by the [[Editorial Board]]. 
[[The Journal of Effective Teaching]] is accepting articles for publication. Please review the links below for information about the format and criteria for manuscript submissions. Note that submissions should follow the [[APA Style]]. See also the [[Call for Papers]].

All submitted manuscripts are screened by members of the Journal of Effective Teaching [[Editorial Board]] for appropriateness. If accepted, manuscripts are matched with expert reviewers and subjected to double blind review. Journal manuscripts are not accepted based only upon submission of an abstract.  Reviewers are required to provide the author with comments intended to improve the content, style, and other issues which should improve the quality of the article should it appear publishable in the journal.
!!Manuscript Style
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* Articles/essays on effective teaching should be 2000-5000 words (approx. 12-15 pages). 
* Research articles should be 3000-8000 words (approx. 20-25 pages).
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All articles published in [[The Journal of Effective Teaching]]  will be [[copyrighted|Copyright Information]] under the Creative Commons "~Attribution-Non ~Commercial-No Derivs" license. [[The Journal of Effective Teaching]]  will require that the author sign a [[copyright agreement|documents\agreement.pdf]] prior to publication.

Please provide a blind copy of your paper (without reference to the authors and affiliations) and a cover letter indicating the authors and their affiliations. This information should not appear in the manuscript that is sent out for review. A second copy with this information can be supplied as well.
!!Submisson Information
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!!Review Information
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This part of the site contains links to documents, or web sites, used during the revamping of the journal. A future use could be for documentation that would be useful for future navigation or needs of the journal.
 [[The Journal of Effective Teaching]] is a peer reviewed electronic journal devoted to the discussion of teaching excellence in colleges and universities. The journal published its first papers in 1996. In 2003 the journal stopped taking new articles while the site was being revamped. It originated with the Carolina Colloquy on Teaching and has been maintained by faculty at the [[University of North Carolina Wilmington|http://www.uncw.edu]] and was originally housed at the [[Center for Teaching Excellence|http://www.uncw.edu/cte/]]. It continues to be supported by the Center for Teaching Excellence at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.

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Welcome to the [[The Journal of Effective Teaching]], a peer reviewed electronic journal devoted to the discussion of teaching excellence in colleges and universities. [[The Journal of Effective Teaching]] will publish two regular issues per year and possibly a special issue on a  current topic. The regular issues will contain articles in two broad [[Content Areas]]: effective teaching and the scholarship of teaching.  We invite contributors to share their insights in pedagogy, innovations in teaching and learning, and classroom experiences in the form of a scholarly communication. Articles which draw upon specific-discipline based research or teaching practices should elaborate on how the teaching practice, research or findings relates across the disciplines. We are particularly interested in topics addressed in the particular [[Content Areas]] described at this site, including empirical research on pedagogy, innovations in teaching and learning, and classroom experiences. @@color(#0066CC):''Print and post [[our flyer|documents\JET_Flyer.pdf]]''@@
!!Recent Issues
*[[Current Issue]]
**[[Volume 14, Issue 2,September 2014|articles/Vol14_2/index.htm]] @@color(red):New Issue@@
**[[Volume 14, Issue 1, February 2014|articles/Vol14_1/index.htm]]
**[[Volume 13, Issue 2, September 2013|articles/Vol13_2/index.htm]] 
**[[Volume 13, Issue 1, February 2013|articles/Vol13_1/index.htm]] 
**[[Volume 12, Issue 3, October 2012|articles/Vol12_3/index.htm]] 
**[[Volume 12, Issue 2, September 2012|articles/Vol12_2/index.htm]] 
**[[Volume 12, Issue 1, February 2012|articles/Vol12_1/index.htm]]
A listing of all articles can now be found in the [[RSS Feed|http://www.uncw.edu/cte/et/ARTICLES/JETrss.xml]] or at JETfeed.  <html><a href="articles/JETrss.xml"><img src="articles/JETrss.jpg" style="width: 100px; " /></a></html>
!!Recent Letters from the [[Editor]]
*//Don't Panic, It's Only an Exam //, [[Vol 14(2)|articles/Vol14_2/editor.pdf]]
*//~MOOCs - How Are They Doing?//, [[Vol 14(1)|articles/Vol14_1/editor.pdf]]
*//Are Grades a Necessary Evil?//, [[Vol 13(2)|articles/Vol13_2/editor.pdf]]
*//How Much Do Faculty Work?//, [[Vol 13(1)|articles/Vol13_1/editor.pdf]]
*//The Sage on the Stage//, [[Vol 12(3)|articles/Vol12_3/editor.pdf]]
*//The ~MOOCs Are Coming//, [[Vol 12(2)|articles/Vol12_2/editor.pdf]]
!![[Call for Papers]]
|!Call for Papers|
|[[The Journal of Effective Teaching]] is accepting submissions for review for the Fall 2015 issue. While we do accept papers throughout the year, manuscripts for the next issue will be due by May 31st. The expected publication date will be September 30th. Articles will be accepted in any of the [[Content Areas]] supported by the journal. See [[Call for Papers]] for other dates.|
[[The Journal of Effective Teaching]] will occasionally publish feature articles, commentaries, and special topic issues. 
!Submissions
All submissions should be directed electronically to [[jet@uncw.edu|mailto:jet@uncw.edu]]. Review the [[Call for Papers]], [[Submissions]] and [[APA Style]] pages. Also a [[printable Call for Papers|documents\CallForPapers.pdf]] flyer is available.
!Archives
** [[Past Articles|Articles]] - Issues 2007 - Present
**[[Archives]] from 1996-2003.
**[[PDF Index for 2007-2012|articles/Vol12_3/JETindex.pdf]] 
!!Features
''Recent Books on [[Best Practices in Teaching|Best Practices]]:'' 
**[[Best Practices in University Teaching|http://www.lulu.com/us/en/shop/diana-ashe-and-caroline-clements/best-practices-in-university-teaching-second-edition/paperback/product-21677077.html]] Second Edition, Diana Ashe, Caroline Clements (ed.) 2014.
** [[Best Practices in University Teaching|http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0971930856/sr=8-11/qid=1155045768/ref=sr_1_11/104-3079352-3341516?ie=UTF8]], Caroline Clements (ed.) 2006.