New “Journal of Astronomy & Earth Sciences Education” Invites Manuscripts

The “Journal of Astronomy & Earth Sciences Education” invites education research scholars and public outreach professionals to submit manuscripts across the broadly defined Earth and space science disciplines. Based in the United States and founded by an internationally recognized editorial advisory board, JAESE publishes refereed articles for an international audience in discipline-based education research on teaching and learning across a broad range of disciplines including: astronomy, climate science, geology, geography, energy resource science, environmental sciences, meteorology, oceanography, planetary sciences, and space sciences. In addition to empirical, quantitative and qualitative science education research articles, JAESE publishes essays on innovative teaching strategies and systematically evaluated public outreach programs, using a blind, multiple-peer-review system. JAESE’s first issue is available at www. JAESE.org, and detailed author submission guidelines are available online.

JAESE articles are indexed through NASA SAO/ADS, GoogleScholar, ERIC, EBSCO, and ProQuest, among other reputable scholarly citation systems. All articles are open-access, meaning articles are permanently free to readers and libraries without a subscription. The journal keeps costs low by using an established business model where authors or their institutions pay a nominal a open-access curation and publication fee instead of a subscription.

Additional information about the journal may be directed to Dr. Tim Slater, Editor, at JAESE@uwyo.edu or found online at http://www.JAESE.org.

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