Studies in Graduate and Professional Student Development is a peer-reviewed book series designed to provide a platform for the discussion of the research, issues, and programs that address the professional development of graduate and professional students. Areas to be addressed include:
Research on teaching, professional development, curricula, assessment and evaluation, training, certification, and career planning and outcomes
Informing Faculty (IF) is a repository of case studies about higher education teaching, or administrative situations. Originally established in a journal format, in 2007 the decision was made to change the outlet to a repository.
The International Journal of Process Education is a peer-reviewed international journal published annually by the Academy of Process Educators. It also serves as an archival media for a community of practice encompassing scholars and educators dedicated to transforming higher education.
Initially published quarterly to highlight those aspects of the teaching assistantship which prepare graduate students for the multiple roles they play as assistants as well as for the multiple roles they will play as professionals upon leaving graduate school. The full range of issues involved in the administration of teaching assistant programs were addressed in the journal. Volume 1 was published from the Fall 1993 through Spring 1994, and is presented here with all issues bound in one number.
To Improve the Academy: A Journal of Educational Development is an electronic journal that seeks to advance excellence in research and practice in educational development. Access to each peer-reviewed volume of To Improve the Academy is provided to current POD members as a benefit of membership.
The JFD welcomes manuscript submissions that advance theoretical and practical understandings of faculty development in post-secondary institutions.
Therefore, articles submitted to JFD should address, but are not limited to:
Advancement of faculty
Teaching and learning
Issues of importance to development of successful faculty
The Journal on Centers for Teaching and Learning represents a site through which Centers for Teaching and Learning (CTL) staff can engage in conversations, explore their relevance to their own institutional situations, and imagine new possibilities to take back to these institutions — not to mention new ways of looking at the conversations already at work there. While multiple publications deal with pedagogical issues in specific fields and with issues addressed by CTLs more broadly, JCTL is designed to focus on the operations, achievements, and potentials of CTLs themselves.
New Directions for Student Services combines knowledge from current research and theories with the best thinking about practice to address issues of concern and interest to those who work with – or have responsibility for policies and programs regarding – college students. This quarterly publication is filled with the latest research on student services in higher education. Each volume in the series is a completely self-contained, fully indexed edited collection featuring contributions from some of the top minds in the field.
International forum for the reporting of high-quality research, analysis and debate for the benefit of the academic and corporate communities, as well as those engaged in public policy formulation and implementation.