Contemporary Issues in Technology and Language Arts Teacher Education
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Melanie Shoffner
Review Board

Sponsored by the Conference of English Educators

Endorsed by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) and the Conference on English Education (CEE), the English section of the CITE Journal, or Contemporary Issues in Technology and English Language Arts Teacher Education, offers opportunities to engage in thought-provoking dialog about the issues connecting technology and English education. CEE members are engaged in the preparation, support and continuing education of teachers of the English language arts and literacy. As such, they understand the need to explore English education with and through technology.

CITE (English) seeks to publish well-grounded, timely, and informative research manuscripts directly relevant to the field of English education. Strong manuscripts focus on the interconnectedness of the English language arts content area, technology, and English teacher education. Especially desirable are manuscripts that explore some area of technology and English education not already covered at length in the literature.

CITE (English) accepts well-written reports of empirical studies, review articles, case studies, and theoretical articles. Manuscripts that take advantage of the journal’s multimedia capabilities are particularly welcome. The online format of the CITE Journal supports web links, streaming video, sound files, and other interactive technologies, all of which provide creative opportunities for publishing online.

The editor invites submissions relating to current issues in the connections between the English language arts, technology and English teacher education. Of particular interest are manuscripts that explore the theory, research, and practice of practical and innovative technology applications in the English language arts and English teacher education.

Because the journal provides a unique opportunity for dialog, the submission of commentaries on existing articles is welcomed. Accepted commentaries are linked to the original articles. All articles and commentaries are peer reviewed.