Soliciting submissions for new P-12 technology leadership research award

We are soliciting submissions for a new award

honoring the best research article of the year related to P-12 technology leadership issues. The article

may be published or unpublished, empirical or conceptual, but must be of

publishable quality in a peer-reviewed academic journal and must pertain to P-12 school technology leadership,

administration, and/or policy


. Professors, graduate students, and other

researchers in educational leadership,

educational policy, instructional technology, and other fields

are

encouraged to submit any article written or

published

between August 1, 2006 and August 1, 2007. This award is

co-sponsored by the UCEA

Center for the Advanced Study of Technology Leadership in Education

(CASTLE)

and the UCEA

School Technology Leadership SIG.

The award recipient will be formally recognized at a

brief ceremony during CASTLE's session at this year's UCEA convention in Alexandria, VA. The

awardee also will receive a plaque and $250 toward conference travel or other

expenses. Submissions will be reviewed anonymously by a five-person committee of

professors and practitioners. Articles should be submitted as e-mail attachments

to Dr. Scott McLeod, Director of CASTLE, at

mcleod@iastate.edu no later than

August 24, 2007.

Applicants will be notified of their status by September 15, 2007.

Please contact Dr.

McLeod

if you have any questions about this

award. Feel free to pass this notice on to additional listservs and other

entities that may be interested.

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