Call for New JLS Editor(s) for 2017–2020

Call for New JLS Editor(s) for 2017–2020

The International Society of the Learning Sciences is searching for the new Editor(s) of The Journal of Learning Sciences (JLS) for 2017–2020. Applications will be welcomed either by an individual for the position of sole Editor or by a team for the position of Co-Editors. JLS is a leading international journal and as such applications are encouraged from international members of ISLS. The position provides the person(s) chosen, as well as the host institution(s), with international visibility in the learning sciences. Letters of intent to apply are due January 25, 2016, and full proposals are due March 28, 2016, click on this link for the described call.

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