Greetings Social Responsibility Interest Section!
We are Riah Werner and Anastasia Khawaja, the editors of the
SRIS newsletter, TESOLers for Social Responsibility.
We loved reading all of your submissions for our June issue and are
excited to announce that the theme for our September issue is Identity,
Inclusion, and Advocacy. How does your identity affect your involvement
in social responsibility? What practical ideas do you have for creating
inclusive classrooms? How do you create space for diverse voices in your
advocacy? If you have thoughts you would like to share with the SRIS
community, please send them our way! We are particularly interested in
hearing international perspectives on these themes.
We are looking for
Feature articles: Share your presentations, research projects, or classroom practices.
Anecdotes and stories: Do you have a story or personal
reflection related to identity, inclusion, and/or advocacy? If so, we’d
love to hear it!
Compilation and evaluation of useful resources: Share a list
of resources or references that you use in your work, along with an
explanation of how or why you find them helpful.
Reports and reviews: Write about a book or an article that has inspired you as a teacher or researcher.
Interviews: Is there a member of the TESOL community you
would like to interview? Send the interview our way!
Your submission can be between 500 to 1,750 words. If you have
an idea but need some ideas on how to develop it more fully, please
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com,
and we will brainstorm together!
Please send your articles to Riah Werner at firstname.lastname@example.org
with the subject line "SRIS Newsletter Submission.”
The deadline for submissions is 1 August 2017.
General Submission Quick Guide
have the title in ALL CAPS;
list a byline (author’s name with hyperlinked email, affiliation, city, country, and an author photo);
include a 2- to 3-sentence teaser;
be no longer than 1,750 words (including bylines, teasers, main text, tables, and author bios);
include a 2- to 3-sentence author biography at the end of the article;
follow the style guidelines in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Edition (APA style); and
be formatted in .doc, .docx, .rtf, or .txt.
Include an author photo
This should be a head and shoulder shot.
It must be a jpg, submitted as a separate file.
Dimensions are 120 pixels (width) by 160 pixels (height).
The photo must be clear, clean, professional, and appropriate to the article.
The SRIS newsletter is a great venue to share your innovative
work and ideas with our community. We look forward to receiving your
Riah and Anastasia