SAGE is on the lookout for an editor of our latest open access title, Educational Neuroscience (EdN). A journal in two parts, EdN will boast hybrid research, with one section centered around neurological features and implications, and the other focusing on educational research-based work in the field of educational neuroscience.
As our newest open-access title, EdN will explore theory, scholarship, and practice within education and neuroscience inquiry on a barrier-free, free-to-the public online platform. Funded by author-paid processing fees, open articles will be published under a Creative Commons license to enable the featured research to be reused widely, provided it is properly attributed to the original author. Educational Neuroscience is an innovative cross-disciplinary journal, driven by SAGE’s commitment to assisting the scholarly communications process in all its forms.
We’re currently accepting editor applications for the education-centered Part of the journal, with a five-year term upon signing in spring 2015. Applicants should have a distinguished scholarly record and experience in academic leadership roles. Applicants should also possess strong organizational and management skills, the ability to work well with others, and a commitment to SAGE’s mission: believing passionately that engaged scholarship lies at the heart of any healthy society.
If you’re interested in applying, please send a letter detailing your personal vision for the journal, a description of qualifications, and a copy of your CV to Martha Avtandilian, Publishing Editor, at email@example.com, with the subject line “EdN Editor Application.”
Help us advance the global exchange of valued research by contributing your expertise to this novel and innovative journal!