Submission Guidelines

  • How to Submit a Scholarly Teaching article/blog post
  • Formatting & Citation Guidelines
  • Accessibility Guidelines
  • Reviewing Process

How to submit

Send your submission as an attachment to:

Dr. Kathryn Crowther (editor)

kcrowther@gsu.edu

  • Please include the following in the body of the email:
  1. Author name(s)
  2. Contact info (email, phone)
  3. Title of submission
  4. Type of submission (article, assignment, peer review, Q&A)
  5. Any other relevant information or questions.

Formatting & citation guidelines

Recursive will accept any major formatting/style guide (ex. MLA, Chicago, APA, Terebian).  Please be sure to include a full bibliography/works cited.  For formatting reasons, footnotes are discouraged.

Please note that formatting may be modified due to the limitations of the web/blog medium.  If you have any specific formatting requirements, please communicate them to the editor.

Accessibility guidelines

Recursive is committed to providing a website that is accessible to the widest possible audience, regardless of technology or ability.

We are actively working to increase the accessibility and usability of our website and strive to adhere to many of the available standards and guidelines.

When you prepare your document or multimedia contribution, please consult an accessibility checklist such as this one in order to make your submission accessible to all readers of this blog.

Reviewing process

All submissions will be reviewed by the editor.  Articles that request feedback and questions submitted to the Q&A section will be reviewed by faculty in a relevant discipline and/or a SoTL Fellow in the Center for Excellence in Teaching.

If you have questions regarding a possible submission and are not sure how to proceed with any step of the process, please contact the editor (kcrowther@gsu.edu).

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