The IARSLCE is soliciting applications for the positions of Conference Proceedings Editor and Editorial Fellows. The Conference Proceedings Editor and Editorial Fellows will oversee the publication of a new online IARSLCE Annual Conference Proceedings. The published Proceedings will include accepted paper abstracts from each year's conference and serve as an added resource, especially for international audiences. The new Proceedings will increase the public visibility of the conference scholarship and the potential of communication with other researchers.
Proceedings Timeframe and Editorial Work:
Editorial work will occur over the summer prior to the Fall IARSLCE conference.
The Editor and Editorial Fellows will be appointed by June 15, 2011 and begin their work in July, 2011.
Proceedings will be published on line prior to the annual conference, no later than October 1, 2011.
Qualifications for and Responsibilities of the Conference Proceedings Editor:
- The Editor must be a member of the IARSLCE.
- Both Conference Proceedings Editor & Editorial Fellows will have 2-year appointments.
- The IARSLCE Board will work with the Graduate Student Network to review applications and appoint a scholar as Conference Proceedings Editor.
- The Editor will supervise the work of the Editorial Fellows and work closely with an Associate Editor, appointed from the Graduate Student Network Steering Committee.
- While it is not required that the Proceedings editor have institutional in-kind support for these efforts, if this is possible, applicants should mention this in their application.
Qualifications for and Responsibilities of the Editorial Fellows:
- The IARSLCE Board will appoint approximately ten Editorial Fellows from within the Graduate Student Network.
- Work will primarily entail selecting and editing the abstracts and 1000-word summaries of accepted papers submitted for the annual conference into a common form suitable for the Proceedings. Recent conferences have had 120 papers selected for the conference.
- Editorial Fellows must be members of the IARSLCE Graduate Student Network.
- Previous editing experience is desirable but not required.
- These positions will create an opportunity for graduate students to learn more about the process of editing and publishing, as well as working collaboratively with and learning from a more senior scholar.
To apply to be the Editor of the Proceedings or to be an Editorial Fellow: Please submit, by May 2, 2011,a letter of interest highlighting research background and interests, editorial review experience, and CV, to the Publications Committee Co-Chairs, KerryAnn O'Meara and Barbara Moely, at the IARSLCE Office: email@example.com.