The International Journal for Students as Partners (IJSaP) invites proposals to guest edit a theme/topic for our May 2022 issue.
Special sections in IJSaP are a curated collection of works (research articles, reflections, case studies, opinion pieces and other appropriate genres) that delve deeper into an overarching theme or explore emerging issues important for the field of Students as Partners to offer new scholarly and practical insights that advance existing, or provoke new, debates in the field. We welcome ideas for the focus from potential Special Section Editors. Examples of possible foci include: ‘How Online Teaching and Learning Clarifies What Matters in Students-as-Partners Work’; ‘Different Perspectives on What Partnership Means’; and ‘Critical Perspectives on Partnership’.
Proposals are welcome from prospective guest editors who have interest and expertise in the topic proposed, which should clearly fit into IJSaP’s focus on Students as Partners. Guest editorial teams should include both students and staff/faculty – a team of only staff/faculty or students may apply and add co-editors once accepted to meet this criterion. As an international journal we welcome proposals from international teams. Members of the journal’s editorial board and international advisory group are eligible to propose topics.
For details of guest editors’ role, criteria, and selection process see: https://mi.mcmaster.ca/app/uploads/2020/07/Call-for-proposals-for-Special-Section-July-2020.pdf.Read more about Call for Special Section Editors July 2020