THE JOURNAL OF EDUCATION, COMMUNITY, AND VALUES
You are reading Interface, the electronic journal of the Berglund Center for Internet Studies (BCIS). We publish ten times a year, monthly except for January and July. We publish materials related to the effects of the Internet on the ways we work, communicate, teach, and learn.
The audience for the journal is intended to be those engaged in education and business, and those with an interest in the impact of the Internet upon our society. Interface serves to announce our programs and to disseminate useful information about activities and practices related to the Internet. It is our goal to identify and publish information as to best practices whenever possible.
We are always interested in submissions from those who have information touching upon the impact of the Internet, or regarding specific activities or practices in which they have engaged as related to the Internet or computer-mediated instruction. We pay one hundred dollars per publication, but unlikely to publish more than one or two articles per year from writers who have not joined our editorial staff.
In addition, we also accept submissions to be published within a peer-reviewed context. For the standards for these submissions please see: Peer Review
To query our interests in particular pieces, contact Jeffrey Barlow at firstname.lastname@example.org. It will speed communications if you place "BCIS Inquiry" in the subject header. Please see also our Call for Submissions at: Call for Submissions
The Interface is produced at Pacific University Oregon and edited by Professor Jeffrey Barlow, who also directs the Berglund Center. This site was designed by Zachary Bingaman. All inquiries are welcome.
Updated March 11, 2009
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