Deadline Extended for Call for Papers for a JLS Special Issue (2024)

The deadline to submit proposals for a special issue of the Journal of the Learning Sciences entitled, “Beyond disciplinary engagement: Researching the ecologies of interdisciplinary learning” has been extended to July 15, 2022

This special issue will be published in 2024. The Guest Editors welcome submissions that bring together diverse theoretical and empirical research programs to advance the ecological understanding of interdisciplinary learning, including its conceptual, methodological, design, and empirical aspects. Paper proposals (1000-word abstracts ) are now due July 15, 2022.  More info and submission instructions can be found here:

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